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 Chocolate Flapjacks for Children to Cook

Eating Chocolate Flapjacks
Flapjacks are easy for kids to make and even easier for them to eat!

Add a coating of chocolate and you have a slice of cake fit for the most discerning child. 

KEY POINTS

 Preparation Time: 25 minutes  Cooking Time:   18 minutes
 How Difficult  Easy  Freeze?   No
 Servings

10 cakes

Remember to supervise your children whilst they are cooking.

INGREDIENTS

80g / 3oz soft brown sugar

110g / 4oz butter / cooking margarine

250g / 9oz oats (e.g. porridge)

110g / 4oz dark chocolate

3 tablespoons of golden syrup

a pinch of salt

   

COOKING METHOD

YOUR CHILD

  THE ADULT
Melting the mixture   Put the butter / margarine in a pan over a low heat and stir until it's melted.

Add the sugar and golden syrup and stir until it is all dissolved into a sticky liquid. Click the picture on the left for a larger version.


You - Pre-heat the oven to 200C / 400F / Gas Mark 6

YOUR CHILD - Take the pan off the heat and add the oats, stirring them in with a spoon. It's easier to add the oats bit by bit.
If the mixture thickens too much ask an adult to heat the mixture a bit more.
 

Add the oats to the mixture

 
YOUR CHILD - Add the salt and give a final stir. Spoon the mixture into a non-stick tray and spread it out evenly.

Click the picture to enlarge it.

 

Flapjacks before cooking


Cooked flapjacks  

Place the baking trays in the pre-heated oven. Remove after 18 minutes (check after 12 minutes) when the flapjacks have turned a light golden brown.
Leave to cool for 5 minutes then cut into slices, but leave the slices in the tray.


YOUR CHILD - Cover the flapjacks and place in the fridge for an hour.

Melt the chocolate in a bowl immersed in warm water. Pour the chocolate over the flapjacks as evenly as possible and place them in the fridge for an hour.

 


Cooked chocolate flapjacks

Chocolate flapjacks for your kids and you,
Do they taste good, of course they do!

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