This Instructable will show you how to make nice chewy flapjack containing fruit, nuts, or basically anything you like.

Step 1: Get your things together

The first step is to make sure you have everything you will need. Both ingredients and tools are all important.

Ingredients you will need:
Butter - 120g
Margarine - 80g
Brown Sugar - 160g
Oats - 440-500g
Golden Syrup - 4 tbsp
Salt - Just a pinch
Some Fruit, or other added extra - 0-60g

Tools you will need:
A tablespoon
Weighing scales
A deep saucepan
A baking tray
2 knives (one sharp and one blunt)
An oven
so its a pancake? <br>
Not what I would ever think of as being a pancake. It contains no egg, no flour, and no milk (the three main ingredients of a pancake in England when I made them, and America when I ate them there).<br><br>As l8nite posted it is a lot more like what Americans call granola bars.
oh... cool!
languages can be so different and yet the same,by hob do you mean the burner on top of the stove or the pan that holds the ingredients, it doesn't really matter , we get the the point. Is golden syrup like a honey or more of a maple breakfast syrup? Of course maple syrup is more of an north american kind of thing. In the US flapjacks and pancakes are pretty interchangeable more of a cake like batter fried in a pan until golden brown, what you made looks and sounds more like what we would call a granola or oat bar but then again an english pudding and an american pudding are two very different dishes. Regardless of what this is called ( A rose by any other name) it looks and sounds delicious
In England a hob is the place where you put a pan to heat it (where the flame is on a gas cooker, or the red rings on an electric cooker). <br> <br>Golden syrup is basically just melted sugar. It's more like maple syrup than honey. <br> <br>Pancakes in England are different to pancakes in the US. It gets very confusing at this stage. <br> <br>George Bernard Shaw once said that England and America are two countries separated by a common language. I couldn't agree more right now.
That looks so so good. :D
Thanks, it was. :) I'm going to have to make it again some day soon now you've reminded me of the recipe.
I just made this! Delicious!
What is a flapjack? (am i stupid?)
I had no idea that this was called a flapjack, lol. Can't wait to try it! Thanks!
There are probably other names for it. :) Make sure you put plenty of syrup in. I didn't use enough on the batch in this instructable.

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