General Chat, Products & Comps <
18/10/2013 at 10:53
This is the first time I've baked with success. I not a domestic goddess but they are gorgeous.
I'm going to make another batch on Monday to take as treats for the teams that looked after Luke in hospital. We have an apt at Bristol Children's and it's the 5 years anniversary of his heart surgery this week.
18/10/2013 at 10:55
I haven't made any for AGES. Seeing yours, makes me want to make some this weekend.
www.hitched.co.uk/.../124740.aspx recipe c/o HaloHoney
Do not make this unless you are fully prepared to hoover the entire lot in one sitting. This is not diet friendly, or even close. I am only posting this on the understanding that I am not held responsible for the collective weight gain of anyone who looks at it. Laugh
Halo's "Sickliest flapjack in the world™"
340g demerara sugar
4 heaped tbsps golden syrup
1/2 tin of condensed milk
500g rolled oats can be cheap ones.
Preheat oven to 160C
Line a baking sheet (swiss roll tin is ideal) with baking parchment - doesn't need to be neat, or even greased as long as you use parchment.
Put sugar, butter and syrup into a pan over a medium heat, stirring constantly to stop it catching. Make sure butter is melted, but don't worry if the mixture is separated.
Take pan off the heat, pour in condensed milk. Stir until combined.
Stir in rolled oats.
Empty mixture into lined baking tin - roughly distribute it evenly - it levels out pretty well if roughly in the right place - certainly no need to press it down.
Put in the middle of the oven for 10-15 minutes or until lightly golden brown.
Allow to cool in the tin
Cut into pieces. Small ones, in an attempt to make it go further.
18/10/2013 at 11:08
I've been meaning to try that recipe for ages - you've inspired me to give it a go this weekend.
They look great.
18/10/2013 at 11:37
18/10/2013 at 12:46
Mmm love flapjack! Well done you x
18/10/2013 at 20:00
they look fab, mine broke up when I did this recipe :-(
Continues below ad
Nice to see you! Please do nose around, sign up and join in.