15 June 2011

Chocolate Covered Flapjacks.

I know this has probably been said a few times now but is it me or does it seem more like October than June?

I'm sat here in my living room and looking out the window all I can see is the last bit of 'bright sky' being engulfed in dark angry looking clouds. The branches of a tree are swaying back and forth and I would bet my bottom dollar that droplets of rain will be pelting against the window in no time.

This type of weather makes me revert towards knitted socks, hot tea and a snuggle with a cosy throw...and maybe a flapjack or two..or three!

I love the normal type of flapjacks so could not resist CHOCOLATE COVERED ONES.

For this recipe you will need:

  • 450g Rolled Oats.
  • 75g  Soft Brown Sugar
  • 300g unsalted Butter
  • 50g Golden Syrup
  • Chocolate Chips


Preheat your oven to 190 C, 375f, gas mark 5. 

In a mixing bowl mix the Oats with the Sugar. 

Melt the Butter and Golden syrup over a low heat, add Oats and Sugar and mix together. 

Press into a tin and bake for 25 mins or until golden brown. 

Once out of the oven empty your Chocolate chips over the top and move the chocolate around with a spoon. It should melt really easily.

Pop it into the fridge to set.

Cut into squares and devour!

Gemma xXx
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  1. I'm not liking this weather at all, it's so un-predictable and what is a girl to wear in un-predictable weather??????? I just hope we haven't had our summer already, I'll be gutted if we have : ( xxxx

  2. Isn't the weather hideous at the moment! One minute I'm cold, the next flinging windows open as it's so warm yet overcast or raining! It's making deciding what to wear difficult too!!!

    Your flapjacks look yummy!

    Victoria xx

  3. Wow, these look so yummy! Must give them a try! Thanks for the recipe.



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