Golden syrup sweetens these flapjacks and they're studded with loads of fruit. No butter means they're healthier! Be imaginative with your mix of fruit - you can use everything from currants and raisins to diced dried mango, papaya and cherries and cranberries. I suggest using at least three to four different kinds of fruits.
This is a recipe for a biscuit mixture which is kept in the fridge and baked as needed. It can be used to make different flavoured biscuits as required. One-quarter of the mixture makes 24 small biscuits.
Quick to prepare and healthy, these are no less tasty for it, and much appreciated by my children. Every time I make them, they don't last long in the biscuit tin!
Easy flapjacks to make by yourself or with the family. Makes eight flapjacks. These would make the perfect addition to a packed lunch.
These shortbread squares are sweet, buttery and totally moreish. A shortbread biscuit base is topped with a mixture of brown sugar, egg, pecans and maple syrup. Perfect for picnics, afternoon tea, dessert, elevenses or pop into packed lunches.
The title says it all! These simple flapjacks are topped with a lovely chocolate topping with a hint of cinnamon.
Crunchy snack for everyone! Coconut and rolled oat flapjacks are perfect for packed lunches or picnics.
Golden syrup holds together these cereal bars, packed with delicious apricots, prunes, pecans and bananas. Take these along on a hike or a picnic, or pack them in lunches for a naturally sweet treat - the kids will love them, and so will you!