Best Flapjack recipe!

C: something a bit different from us today, I made flapjacks yesterday and took some for Annie to try (she was stressy over work and I’m a good friend). Annie and the boys really liked them so suggested we put the recipe up for you guys.


175g unsalted butter
50g caster sugar
150g golden syrup
250g oats

1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F/gas 4 and line the base of a 8inch square cake tin.

2. Melt the butter, sugar and golden syrup in a saucepan on a low heat whilst stirring.

3. Once melted add the oats and once mixed thoroughly put into the cake tin and level it off.

4. Bake for 15-20 mins until starting to turn golden. Leave to cool slightly then cut into squares and leave to cool on a rack (mine were too goo-ey for this so left on chopping board to cool). These will last 3/4 days in an air tight container.

So there’s the best/easiest flapjack recipe! It is also lovely if you add in dried fruit or cherries – just add in slightly less oats. Let us know if you try it! #twolittleowlsblog

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2 thoughts on “Best Flapjack recipe!

  1. Angelica

    Thank you for the recipe!!! It really seems delicious and easy!! I have a fashion, food & health, travel and art blog and will definitely try replicating your recipes perhaps giving a little healthier version!! so please check out for it and thanks for the inspiration!!!


    1. twolittleowlsblog Post author

      Awww no problem Angelica, we are pleased you like it – please let us know if you succeed in making a healthier one that’s as yummy as this haha! We will check out your blog too šŸ™‚ love Chloe and Annie x



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