A flapjack is a cake of British origin, resembling an energy bar. It consists of oatmeal, butter, brown sugar and golden syrup. In the United States the term refers to a pancake. The British, Irish, etc. used oats to make their cereal bar for a day full of protein energy and also fiber.
It’s a pretty filling dessert, because it consists mainly of fat, sugar and cereals! Golden syrup is nothing more than an amber colored glucose syrup, very easy to find in supermarkets.
Easy English flapjacks !It’s a pretty filling dessert, because it consists mainly of fat, sugar and cereals! Golden syrup is nothing more than an amber-colored glucose syrup, very easy to find in supermarkets.
- 50 g cane sugar or 50 g brown sugar (the same)
- 140 g golden syrup
- 170 g butter
- 300 g rolled oats
- 50 g raisins optional
- Turn on your oven at 160 ° C.
- Put the butter, the Muscovado sugar and the golden syrup in a pan, then put the pan on low heat to melt the whole. Mix well with a wooden spoon.
- When everything has melted and the mixture is well blended, turn off the heat and add the oats.
- Butter a cake pan, here a 23 cm by 7 cm pan, and pour the flapjack mixture into it. Distribute and equalize the dough well. Using a spatula, flatten while pressing the preparation well.
- When the flapjack has taken a nice color, take it out and let it cool before removing it from the mold.
- Cut the flapjacks, and it's ready!