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Golden syrup alternatives (This Thread Can Be Deleted Now)

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Quick google search brought this up

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* 300g oats
* 225g soft light brown sugar
* 225g butter
* 100g raisins
* a small knob of ginger, cut into tiny bits

Grease a baking tray (mine's about 20cm/9” square). Set the oven to 160C/325F/Gas Mark 3. Melt the butter in a saucepan and once melted add the sugar. Warm gently, then remove from the heat and stir in the oats, raisins and ginger. Press into the baking tray (if your hands are wet I think the mixture sticks to you less).

Bake for up to 20 minutes. Don't wait for the flapjack to turn brown, as if you leave it too long it'll end up far too hard. Cut into squares or slices while it's warm, then leave in the tray to cool.

These amounts give me 16 chunky squares using my baking tray. You can leave out the raisins and ginger if you like. And you can add 90ml/6 tbsp of golden syrup when adding the sugar; this gives you flapjack that's more sticky than crumbly. This recipe's a combination of one in a modern Mrs Beeton book and one my grandma used to make.
#2
to be honest, its not the same without syrup.
#3
t0mm
Quick google search brought this up

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* 300g oats
* 225g soft light brown sugar
* 225g butter
* 100g raisins
* a small knob of ginger, cut into tiny bits

Grease a baking tray (mine's about 20cm/9” square). Set the oven to 160C/325F/Gas Mark 3. Melt the butter in a saucepan and once melted add the sugar. Warm gently, then remove from the heat and stir in the oats, raisins and ginger. Press into the baking tray (if your hands are wet I think the mixture sticks to you less).

Bake for up to 20 minutes. Don't wait for the flapjack to turn brown, as if you leave it too long it'll end up far too hard. Cut into squares or slices while it's warm, then leave in the tray to cool.

These amounts give me 16 chunky squares using my baking tray. You can leave out the raisins and ginger if you like. And you can add 90ml/6 tbsp of golden syrup when adding the sugar; this gives you flapjack that's more sticky than crumbly. This recipe's a combination of one in a modern Mrs Beeton book and one my grandma used to make.


Thanks
ive googled a few times but found nothing:?
I'll email you a flapjack if they turn out ok :p
#4
shanecr
to be honest, its not the same without syrup.


Thats what i thought....
Ive just added a bit more butter and some honey. I hope it works:whistling:
#5
Syrup ;D if it doesnt work, i'll email you some syrup.
#6
t0mm
Syrup ;D if it doesnt work, i'll email you some syrup.


Would i be able to burn the syrup you email me to a disk then pour it in?
#7
It'd be better to burn it to a floppy, it'd still be flimsy still..

I'l get my coat.

TAXI!

:whistling:
#8
t0mm
It'd be better to burn it to a floppy, it'd still be flimsy still..

I'l get my coat.

TAXI!

:whistling:


HeHe well i don't think we can take this joke any further:p
#9
You can... bluetooth it.

Doesnt effect it in anyway... :D

tried it myself!!!
#10
t0mm
You can... bluetooth it.

Doesnt effect it in anyway... :D

tried it myself!!!


OOOooo Thats was bad:giggle:
#11
My standards then :giggle:

Tried this recipe then?
#12
t0mm
My standards then :giggle:

Tried this recipe then?


yep i got them out from the oven about 5 mins ago and they smell scrumptious
#13
Ahh, tell me if they were nice! i'll make some tomorrow if i can be bothered.
#14
t0mm
Ahh, tell me if they were nice! i'll make some tomorrow if i can be bothered.


I've got to admit they were pretty darn goooood:thumbsup:

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