Flapjacks are chewy biscuits made from rolled oats, golden syrup or honey, fat (usually butter) and sugar. They’re baked in a flat tin and cut into squares or rectangles while still warm.
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Store in an airtight container for up to three days.
Flapjacks are a relatively easy biscuit to make. The mixture can be quite sticky once cooked, so line the tin with baking parchment before filling it. Remove the cooked flapjacks from the oven and set aside in their tin to cool slightly, cut them into fingers, squares or rectangles while they’re still warm, then leave to cool and harden.
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