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07/06/2012

Flapjack / Cereal Bar - Recipe Template


This template is back from my school days when i studied food technology/home economics, we were tasked with designing a healthy cereal bar. The baker in me was graded a B and although i was keen on baking back in the day, i never thought of pursuing it as a career choice as i was also a bit of a science geek too,Which is funny because people say baking is a science!

Tomorrow i will post my Blackseed and Honey Oat bar recipe but until then here is the template recipe which it is based on

Ingredients

125g Butter/Margarine  or 100g Vegetable fat/shortening

125ml Clear honey /Golden syrup/ Date syrup/ Agave nectar/ Maple syrup etc or a combination

75g Brown sugar (light or dark)

250g Cereal

Rolled oats/ Crushed branflakes/ Muesli mix / Puffed rice cereal, OR Crushed biscuit crumbs/ Popcorn etc

25g Chopped nuts or seeds

Peanuts/ Hazlenuts/ Walnuts/ Cashews/ Almonds/ Chestnuts/ Pistachios/ Pine Nuts/ Brazil Nuts/ Shredded Coconut/ Sunflower seeds/ Watermelon seeds/ Pupmkin seeds/  Sesame seeds(Tahini paste would work too) or any other that takes your fancy

25g Dried Fruit

Sultanas/ Figs/ Dates/ Raisins/ Currants/ Apricot/ Apple/ Peach/ Pear/ Banana chips/ Candied Peel/ Glace cherries, pineapple/ Pomegranate or Passion fruit pips and pulp

Other Flavourings you might like to try

Stem Ginger, Chocolate chips, Vanilla, Lemon, Lime, Orange Zest, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Coca, Coffee Powder

YOU WILL NEED

Saucepan, wooden spoon, tablespoon,greased baking tray (18x28cm ideally) or foil dish, knife, cooling rack

Method

  1. Set the oven to Gas 4/ 180C/ 160C Fan/ 350F

  2. Melt butter or alternative, honey/syrup and sugar in the saucepan over a low heat.

  3. Stir in the cereal, nuts/seeds, fruit and any other flavourings mix well.

  4. Spoon into a greased baking tray and smooth down/spread to an even consistancy.

  5. Bake for 20-30mins (bars should be golden with darker edges), cool for 2mins, cut into slices and remove from tray. Leave to cool completely on a cooling rack.

You may want to coat the bars or layer them(depending on their thickness i.e. which size tray you use.)

Make these bars as healthy or indulgent as you desire. Experiment and enjoy something new for breakfast or snack throughout the day.

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3 Comments:

At 7 June 2012 at 11:40 , Anonymous Dana said...

Assalamu alaykum sister, May Allah bless you, ameen.

 
At 7 June 2012 at 14:34 , Anonymous Asmaa @ Bake It... said...

Wa Alaikum Salam wa rahmatullah Dana,
Ameen wa jazakAllahu Khair <3

 
At 7 June 2012 at 20:19 , Anonymous Sweetheart Diary said...

Umm... mouth-watering! I should give it a try.

 

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