Chocolate Dipped Flapjacks

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I love flapjacks! These Chocolate Dipped Flapjacks are soft and chewy in the middle and then half dipped in delicious milk chocolate.

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chocolate dipped flapjacks

This is a really simple recipe that doesn’t make much mess either! You just add all the ingredients into a pan until melted and combined and then bake it in the oven.

chocolate dipped flapjacks



chocolate dipped flapjacks

Apparently in America Flapjacks are a type of pancake so if you came here looking for a pancake recipe I’m very sorry LOL. But I hope you won’t be disappointed with this instead. You might be familiar with this type of recipe being called a oat bar or granola bar.

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You only need a few basic ingredients to make these. Oats, butter, sugar and golden syrup but you can add so many different flavours to them. Dried fruit, chocolate chips, seeds etc but Mason likes things plain so as it will be him that eats a few of these I just went with a simple chocolate dip!

chocolate dipped flapjacks



chocolate dipped flapjacks

I cut these into 8 large squares but you could cut them into 16 smaller flapjack bars.

chocolate dipped flapjacks

Here are the links to the equipment I used!

chocolate dipped flapjacks

I hope you give this recipe a try and let me know what you think in the comments!

Lianne x

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Chocolate Dipped Flapjacks
chocolate dipped flapjacks
Servings
8-16 bars
Ingredients
Servings
8-16 bars
Ingredients
chocolate dipped flapjacks
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 180c/160c fan oven. Add your butter, sugar and golden syrup to a pan over a medium high heat and heat until melted.
  2. Pour the oats into your sugar and butter mixture and stir until well combined,
  3. Grease and line a 20cm by 30cm dish or baking tray and pour the oat mixture into the dish. Press the oats down and smooth the surface with a palette knife and bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
  4. Once your flapjacks are cooled completely remove them from the dish and slice them into 8-16 pieces depending on how large you want each slice.
  5. Gently heat your milk chocolate over a bain marie until melted and then dip the corner of each bar into the chocolate. Shake off the excess and then lay onto a sheet of grease proof paper on a tray. Do this to every bar and then wait for the chocolate to set before eating. Enjoy!
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6 comments

  1. FLORENCE @ VintageSouthernPicks says:

    I certainly did think these were pancakes, but you got me with “bake in the oven.” Usually we don’t bake pancakes in the oven, and they don’t look like American pancakes either, but they do look very appetizing! In fact, they do look just like granola bars. I’m dying to try one right now! Haha, I wish! Thanks for sharing at Sweet Inspiration!

    • Lianne says:

      Thank you! I didn’t even realise that flapjacks were something different in the US until I was putting the post together so I thought I had better clarify Ha Ha! πŸ™‚

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