This afternoon whilst Theo napped, Matilda and I made banana & raisin flapjacks. My goodness they were yummy. Matilda loved them! And so I thought maybe you would like to make some too.
You will need...
~ 40g sunflower spread
~ 60g demerara sugar
~ 1 tbsp golden syrup
~ 1 tbsp honey
~ 225g porridge oats
~ 50g raisins
~ 2 medium bananas
Melt the butter and add the sugar, golden syrup and honey. Mix well. Roughly mash the bananas and add them into the mixture along with the raisins. Mix in the oats and pour into a greaseproof paper lined baking tray. Ours was about 15x20cm. Flatten the mixture before popping the tray into the oven. Bake at 200˚C for approx. 15-20 mins. Remove when they are slightly browned. Slice up whilst warm.
Voila! An extremely yummy but not too naughty Monday afternoon treat.
They really don't take long. I'm pretty sure you can freeze them too.
And to go with your fresh from the oven, still soft & warm flapjacks, and a cup of hot steaming tea, how about some lovely links to browse through?
~ A fabulous giant metal pin by Gertie & Mabel
~ And a giant pencil sharpener desk tidy by The Little Boys Room
~ I love this treasure island colouring-in wallpaper by Laura Ashley. I might buy a roll just to keep for rainy day activities.
~ Twenty very useful web design tips by the most adorable web expert ever - Mayi Carles.
~ Making completely awesome blackboard board books by Lotta Magazine.
~ Have you ever made peppermint lemon sticks? They look so good!
Happy baking, flapjack eating, tea drinking, & web browsing folks xx