As you may know if you have seen some of my other recipe posts but I love to bake and make my boys sweet treats, my new favourite being flapjacks. And not just plain flapjacks chocolate drizzled, gooey flapjacks and they are amazing. Very sweet don’t get me wrong but still so yummy and very moreish. I love how simple and little helper friendly this recipe is, its defiantly my most little helper, stress free recipe I’ve done so far. I’m a mumma who loves cooking with Baby bear but it can be hard work sometimes so the easier the recipe the better. Anyway, enough chatting, here is my chocolate covered flapjack recipe.
- 500g porridge oats.
- 250g Light brown sugar.
- 250g butter.
- 4-6 tbsp golden syrup (depending how gooey you want them).
- 200g milk chocolate.
- 200g white chocolate.
- 1 tsp coconut oil.
Preheat the oven to 190’c and line an ovenproof dish of your choice (the smaller the dish the thicker the flapjack will be) with greaseproof paper.
Place the oats and sugar into a large mixing bowl and stir
Place the butter and syrup into a bowl. Microwave for 30 seconds (you can do this over the hob) then stir until all the butter has melted into the syrup.
Add the butter syrup mixture into the oats and sugar and mix together until all the oats are stuck together and evenly coated.
Put all the mixture into your ovenproof dish and place in the middle of the oven for 15-20 minutes. You want them to cook golden brown and slightly crispy.
Once cooked remove from oven, leave in the dish until slightly cooled and this helped them keep the shape.
Once they are cool enough to touch, remove from the dish. Leave the flapjack on the greaseproof paper for easy clean up later.
Break the chocolate into cubes and place in separate bowls, add 1/2tsp of coconut oil into each and melt.
Once both the white and milk chocolate is melted, using a spoon drizzle over the flapjack until desired coverage. Then place in the fridge to allow the chocolate to set.
After the chocolate has set onto of the flapjacks you can cut them and enjoy.