Sunday, 12 April 2009

Chewy flapjacks recipe


These Flapjacks are so CHEWY!

When you bake Chefs chewy flapjacks recipe and plate them up - do not expect them to last very long as they will be devoured within minutes.

Chefs chewy flapjacks are really easy to bake and such a treat to eat, there is something so comforting about traditional English recipes like flapjacks.

You can cook flapjacks to be crunchy or chewy, these flapjacks are so very chewy with a hint of golden crunch on the outer edge.

This is a fully vegan chewy flapjacks recipe.

Chef uses light brown muscovado sugar and vegan margarine, the oats are simple basic oats that you can get at budget prices in most supermarkets, you do not need any fancy oats to make a gorgeous flapjack.



Ingredients for chewy flapjack recipe


12oz Oats
5oz Sunflower margarine
8oz Light brown muscovado sugar
5oz Golden syrup



See how bendy these scrumptious flapjacks are and look at the moisture in the centre.


There are lots of hungry hands waiting to take the last flapjack.



Simple oats to make a delicious simple sweet treat.





How to make chewy flapjacks



Place a small dish onto your scales and re-adjust the scales for the weight of the new dish.

Spoon the syrup into the small bowl.



Place the sugar, syrup and margarine into a pan and melt on a low heat.

Keep stiring the ingredients together - do not boil.

You want the ingredients to nicely melt, this only takes a few minutes.



Once melted pour it over the oats and thoroughly mix together making sure that all of the oats are coated with the syrup sauce.



Grease and flour a flapjack tin and press the oats into the tray using the back of a spoon.

Place into a hot oven at gas mark 6 and bake on the middle shelf for 25 minutes only - switch off the oven and leave the flapjacks in the oven for 3 minutes only.



Remove the flapjacks from the oven.

If you press the top with your finger it will feel very soft, do not worry this is good because if it came out of the oven firm it would set even firmer.



Carefully use a large knife to cut slices into the flapjack and to help ease the flapjacks from the edge of the baking tin.

Now leave the flapjacks to completely cool down.

Only when the flapjacks are cool use a spatula to remove them from the oven tray.



Enjoy Chef Jeenas delicious vegan chewy flapjacks recipe.




19 comments:

Gita's Kitchen said...

They look soo yummy, I have to make these flapjacks soon, yum :)

Dawn said...

Chewy, yes I can see that and I love that. I bet a bit of raisins would go well with this too.

Divya Vikram said...

They look too good n healthy.

rahin said...

hey jeena , how are you ? these look nice and golden ....must try this soon

A_and_N said...

they CERTAINLY look so chewwwy, melttty and goooey...YUMMY :D

Bridgett said...

Oh wow, these look addictive and yummy!

Madhumathi said...

Delicious,simple and healthy!What more can i ask for?I can't wait to try this!

Ann said...

This really looks chewy and Yummy :)
This also sounds easy to make, will give a try sometime .

Pavithra said...

hey jeena this is first time i am visiting ur blog , it looks so wonderful. I will be visiting regularly

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow amazing flapjacks... Chewy inside just my kinda bar...

Dave Jones said...

They look so yummy....Brilliant photo story...Thanks for sharing such lovely pictures.

Arfi Binsted said...

they look moist and chewy indeed, Jeena. I'll try to make flapjacks and see what the result on muscle test will be :)

Erica said...

WOW these look thick and moist! Seriously- your family must feel so blessed to have you cooking up these treats! Totally jealous ;)

Yasmeen said...

Love the sight of the cleaned out tray,undoubtedly a winning recipe:)

Raaga said...

these look so good Jeena.

How have you been?

Aggie said...

Oh those look so yummy...I would love one right now for dessert! So sorry I haven't been by lately...I've been very behind in my blog "surfing" lately!! :)

Anonymous said...

I tried this and its amazing. I also tried putting without the oven and that was SOOO good.

Anonymous said...

It was really nice but it came out reeeeeeeally sweet. I hvent really got a sweeet tooth but it was nice. my cousin loved it!!!!

reece said...

omg i had to make flapjack as home work these are the best