Pentillie Granola Flapjack Recipe

Flapjacks have always been a popular afternoon treat at Pentillie.  Recently we had some left over homemade granola, wondering what to do with it we then created our Pentillie granola flapjacks which are really rather yummy! The recipe is below if you would like to make them, if you do, don’t forget to share a picture on our Facebook page. Enjoy!

100g butter
100g demerara sugarFlapjacks
3-4 tbsp golden syrup
200g oats
100g dried fruit/nuts/seeds

Melt butter, sugar and syrup in a pan over a medium heat
Stir in oats, fruits/nuts/seeds (add more oats if lots of liquid is left)
Press it in a 22cm square tin lid in paper
Bake at 170°C for 15 minutes until lightly browned

 

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6 responses to “Pentillie Granola Flapjack Recipe”

  1. Sally White says:

    I am going to have a go at making Granola Flap jacks. Will let you know how it goes.

    • Sammie Coryton says:

      Hi Sally,

      Great – send us some pics or post it to our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/PentillieCastle).

      Kind regards,
      Kate

  2. Karen Emes says:

    Thank you for this recipe have tried others before which were not as nice. Have made this for my husbands running friends for after their Sunday run but have course have tried it myself. Delicious

    • Katie Scoones says:

      I used to buy graanola flapjack since it is one of my favourites. Im a track and field athlete so these are great for eating between races and field events at competition, they are really good fro post run energy snacks so you have the right idea, may i ask what fruit, nuts or seeds you decided to put into your recipe??. I hate buying them since i think they are overpriced for the amount you get in shops so will definitely be making these.

      • Sammie Coryton says:

        Hi Katie.
        We used a mixed bag of seeds (from Lidl) with sunflower, sesame, linseed and ppumpkin seeds. And then some dried cranberries and currants – not as sweet as raisins.
        The recipe is probably sweeter than it truly needs to be so you could also substitute some of the syrup for peanut butter – that would also add some additional protein that would be good after your run.
        Have fun experimenting!

  3. Liz Law says:

    Made this substituting 300gms of unsweetened granola that I didn’t much like. Took to team meeting – overwhelmingly positive response.
    Got harder over the day so definitely needs to be consumed as soon as possible! Nae problem…

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