This Flapjack Recipe Is Super Easy
This chocolate covered flapjacks recipe is so quick and easy, yet makes the most delicious snacks. It’s just a matter of melting the ingredients, adding them to the oats and baking! Within half an hour you have healthy snacks that are perfect for breakfast or turning into decadent treats. What I love about making these is that they are so versatile. There are endless ingredients you can add to this basic flapjack recipe to transform it. Add fruit and nuts to make a healthy snack. Or cover them in chocolate or drizzle on a lemon glaze to make a decadent treat. Here are some different ingredients you can add to spice up your flapjacks!
Chocolate Dipped or Fruit Filled?
- 50g seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, flaxseeds, chia etc)
- 70g chopped dried apricots
- 70g sultanas or raisins
- 1/2 tspn cinammon + 70g chopped cooked apple
- 30g dessicated coconut
- 50g chopped nuts (walnuts, pistachios, hazelnuts etc)
- 50g chocolate chips or chunks
- dried pineapple and mango chunks
Why not try some out? The options and combinations are endless!
– When you first check on your flapjacks in the oven, thay may feel very soft and seem undercooked. But don’t be tempted to put them back in the oven! They firm up when cooled.
– If you are adding extra ingredients to the recipe, mix them well into the oats to make sure they are all evenly incorporated. Make sure to use less oats if you are using other ingredients.
– When dipping in chocolate, try putting the chocolate in a small bowl and tilting it to the side to get a nice even coating. I prefer to use dark chocolate myself, although any chocolate works wonderfully.
– Flapjacks store well, meaning you can enjoy them for at least a week! Cover them in clingfilm and put them in an airtight container to maintain freshness for up to 10 days.
Here’s a great video showcasing the method to make these flapjacks. Love chocolate? Try my fudgy chocolate brownie recipe! Why not let me know what you think of this chocolate covered flapjacks recipe in the comments below?