These delicious Berry and White Chocolate Flapjacks are insanely good! Made with gorgeous sticky Honey, Juicy Berries and lashings of White Chocolate, this easy to make Traybake Flapjack recipe is sure to last all of 5 minutes on the plate! Incredibly Moorish and ever so naughty! This quick bake is a family favourite in my house.
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What is a Flapjack ?
A Flapjack is basically a baked Oat bar. Made typically from Oats, Butter and Sugar, bonded with Golden syrup or similar (I am using Honey in this Recipe) All the Ingredients are combined, then compacted into a flat oven tin and baked.
Why I love this Berry and White Chocolate Flapjack Recipe
My Guilty Pleasure -Not for Calorie counters, sorry guys ! Rich in fats and Sugars, the Flapjack is well known for its high Calorie Content. Treacherous on the waistline but heavenly for the soul! I don’t eat them often, so when I do-I go to Town! So this recipe had to deliver…its my cheat day! ;O)
Easy to make– A zero fuss recipe. Melt, Mix, Bake…could not be easier
Involve the kids– Let the little ones help. A fun and easy bake to do with kids-let them get sticky!
They taste Amazing!– Gooey, Chewy, Sticky, Sweet and Soft textured bars, perfect with a cup of tea
Convenient– Very little equipment required. All you’ll need is a mixing bowl, a pan to melt the butter, a wooden spoon and a baking tin.
How to Make Berry and White Chocolate Flapjacks
- Dark Brown Soft Sugar- Can be substituted for Light Brown Soft sugar if you prefer
- Honey- Can be substituted with Golden Syrup or Maple syrup
- Oats- Rolled oats are ideal
- Frozen mixed Berries- Why Frozen? Its less messy, the Oat mix is heavy once combined, delicate small berries would burst while filling the pan, frozen berries hold their shape until cooked. Fresh berries can be used instead, it just may get a little messy.
- White Chocolate Chips- Substitute, with Milk or Dark chocolate or leave off entirely, these Flapjacks are delicious with or without the chocolate.
The Basic Steps
(full instructions at the end of the post)
- Preheat the Oven
- Line a baking tin with baking paper
- Add the Butter, Sugar and Honey to a pan, heat until the Butter has melted and it begins to bubble
- Stir in the Oats
- Stir in The Frozen Berries
- Tip the oat mix into the baking tin.
- Press the mix into all areas of the pan
- Pop in the Oven until golden
- Allow to cool
- Melt White Chocolate chips
- Randomly drizzle the White Chocolate over the bake
- Cut into 9 once cooled
How do I know when the flapjack is cooked ?
For a visual watch the video below. The flapjack should be golden and soft to the touch, it will harden a little as it begins to cool.
Tips for success
How do you like your Flapjacks? Soft and Chewy (like me), Or Crunchy?
For Soft and Chewy – Stick to the recipe
For Crunchy add 5 + Minutes, you be the judge
How to Store Flapjacks
Pop in a airtight container at room temperature, use within 4 days.
Can you Freeze Flapjacks ?
Of Course! Wrap in cling film, pop in a freezer bag and freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw at room temperature and serve.
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Berry and White Chocolate FlapJacks
- 150 g Butter
- 150 g Dark Brown Soft Sugar
- 85 g Honey
- 300 g Rolled Oats
- 100 g Frozen mixed Berries
- 100 g White Chocolate Chips
- Preheat the Oven to 180 °c
- Line a 20cm X 20cm baking tin with baking paper
- Add the Butter, Sugar and Honey to a pan, heat on a low-medium heat stirring continuously until the Butter has melted and it begins to bubble
- Take off the heat and stir in the Oats, stir well until all the Oats are coated
- Stir in The Frozen Berries
- Tip the oat/berry mix into the lined baking tin. With the back of a spoon press the mix into all areas of the pan (see video)
- Pop in the bottom of the Oven for 25 minutes until golden
- Allow to cool
- Melt White Chocolate chips in a glass bowl over a pan of boiling water, stir continuously until completely melted. (Make sure the bottom of the bowl is not touching the surface of the water)
- Randomly drizzle the White Chocolate over the cooled flapjack.
- Allow the Chocolate to harden a little before cutting.
- Cut into 9 (see video) and serve