A lemony, chewy flapjack. Enjoy!!!!!!!!
A nice little recipe I came up with. It's yummy and you can eat it warm or save it in an airtight container. They are a nice gift you can share with friends or keep to yourself 'cause they're too good to share. They taste really scrummy with hot chocolate or mocha.
A recipe for yummy and chewy flapjacks! The coconut adds nice flavour. You can also add 50g chocolate chips or chopped apricots in step 3 if you like.
These flapjacks make a lovely treat for the whole family. These flapjacks are beautiful with a wonderful chocolate hazelnut taste. Even though these flapjacks taste amazing they are also low in fat.
I try and make something for my husband and kids to take in their packed lunch boxes which will not only fill them up but give them good energy for the rest of the day. I took some of my favourite recipes and came up with my own variation.
A sweeter twist on the Scottish classic and a national favourite. These delicious chocolate covered flapjacks can be made in 30 minutes. Waiting for the chocolate to set is the hard part!
These flapjacks are by far the easiest treat to bake and they always taste amazing. They don't take long either, so are perfect for a quick snack.
These bars are the perfect treat for adults and children. They are crunchy, oaty, sweet and delicious. You can add nuts or dried fruit for variation, if desired. Enjoy with a cup of tea.
These flapjacks are quick, tasty, and full of chocolate (and, as you can see from the picture, they don't last long).
Gooey, chewy and, above all, simple. These flapjack treats are great to make with children as well.