🐝 Free Delivery On Orders Over £20 🐝

Raw Honey Flapjacks – 5 Ultimate Delicious Recipes

Honey Flapjacks
Table Of Contents

Breakfast anyone?

Scientists claim that people who eat breakfast think clearer and work more sufficiently. Breakfast is the most important meal, and this is not a cliché. People conscious of their weight should never skip breakfast because eating food early in the morning helps control the appetite.

According to British English, a flapjack is a thick, soft biscuit made from oats, butter, sugar and syrup, unlike the American translation which results in grilled or thick pancakes.  Flapjacks have been the perfect side dish for tea and coffee since the early 1800s.

Acacia honey flapjacks

Honey flapjacks are a healthier alternative to the original flapjacks. They are sweet and nutritious and extremely easy to prepare. Make them for breakfast or afternoon snack, they will serve its’ purpose. It’s good to know what exactly goes into your snacks or the snacks you give to your children. This recipe is for all healthy food lovers and weight watchers that still have those sweet cravings. The best part about flapjacks is that the ingredients list can change according to your liking.

  Here are the ingredients for the traditional Honey Flapjacks.

  • 200g unsalted butter
  • 200g acacia honey
  • 200g brown sugar
  • 400g porridge oats

These ingredients will make roughly 20 flapjacks. The method is extremely easy and it takes about 30 minutes to make the delicious treats.

For starters:

  • Heat the oven to 180 C/ Gas 4.
  • Whilst your oven is on, get a baking tin and put butter all over it so it’s nice and greasy and your flapjacks won’t stick to it.
  • Then add your butter and sugar to a saucepan and wait until they are melted. Then just before taking it off the hob add the honey and mix.
  • Remove from heat and add the porridge oats in and stir so everything mixes well together.
  • After this step is completed, add the mixture in your baking tin and spread it until is about 2 cm thick. Finally, bake for about 20 minutes until it gets golden on top.
  • After you finish baking, leave it in the tin to cool down. Once it’s cooled flip the pan and cut into little squares similar to bites.
  • Enjoy

*If this recipe is not sweet enough for you, you can always add chocolate chips, which will make it to your liking.

And always remember that making sure that the meals you eat each day fall into your dietary requirements. Good nutrition is the key to good health in this space age.

Honey flapjacks with orange and sunflower seeds

his variation of the traditional Honey Flapjack will give you a coated battery syrup, baked to Golden with a beautiful chewy perfection of the porridge oats. One of Britain’s tea-time favourites! The twist provided by the nutty sunflower seeds and the orange zest is a must-try, giving you a mouthful of heavenly delicious twist added to the flavour.

The ingredients you’ll need for this variation are:

  • 250g unsalted butter
  • 250g superfine sugar
  • 200g honey
  • 450g porridge oats
  • 30ml sunflower seeds
  • 45ml orange marmalade
  • 2 small oranges

Use this amount of ingredients to prepare 20 flapjacks.

Even though this variation of the original recipe for Honey Flapjacks contains more ingredients it’s just as easy and quick to prepare.

  • Start with preheating the oven at 180 C/ Gas 4.
  • Grease a baking tin very well so your flapjacks don’t stick to it.
  • Grate the oranges with a zester or grater to small pieces.
  • After that, add the orange zest to a saucepan with the butter and sugar. Cook at low heat until the butter is melted. Once you heat the mixture, take off the hob and add the honey in. Stir well until blended together.
  • Add the oats to the saucepan mixture and stir until evenly coated.
  • Pour the mixture into the baking tin and spread it until it’s 2 cm thick. Sprinkle the sunflowers seeds all over it.
  • Bake for 25 min until golden brown on top. After it’s cooked, take it out of the oven and leave to cool down.
  • Whilst the mixture is cooling down, add the marmalade to a saucepan mixed with 15ml water. Mix until it you get a syrup consistency.
  • Cover the flapjack with the marmalade syrup and you’re to go.
  • Enjoy!

Honey flapjacks with fruits and nuts.

 If you like dried fruits and chopped nuts, then use this variation to indulge in your favourite breakfast.

The ingredients you’ll need for this variation are:

  • 250g unsalted butter
  • 250g superfine sugar
  • 200g honey
  • 450g porridge oats
  •  120g mix dried fruits
  • 80g chopped nuts

Use this amount of ingredients to prepare 20 flapjacks.

Even though this variation of the original recipe for Honey Flapjacks contains more ingredients it’s just as easy and quick to prepare.

  • Start with preheating the oven at 180 C/ Gas 4.
  • Grease a baking tin very well so your flapjacks don’t stick to it.
  • After that, add the butter and sugar to a saucepan. Cook at low heat until the butter is melted. Once you heat the mixture, take off the hob and add the honey in. Stir well until blended together.
  • Add the oats, chopped nuts, and dried fruits to the saucepan mixture and stir until evenly coated.
  • Pour the mixture into the baking tin and spread it until it’s 2 cm thick.
  • Bake for 25 min until golden brown on top. After it’s cooked, take it out of the oven and leave to cool down. Flip it and cut it.
  • Enjoy!

Honey flapjacks with pears and cinnamon

If you love Christmas and the flavour of cinnamon, then this recipe is for you. Flapjacks paired with delightful, juicy pairs and a pinch of cinnamon will give you that cosy feeling of a Christmas morning.

The ingredients you’ll need for this variation are:

  • 250g unsalted butter
  • 250g superfine sugar
  • 200g honey
  • 450g porridge oats
  • 180g sliced dried pears
  • 8ml ground cinnamon

Use this amount of ingredients to prepare 20 flapjacks.

Even though this variation of the original recipe for Honey Flapjacks contains more ingredients it’s just as easy and quick to prepare.

  • Start with preheating the oven at 180 C/ Gas 4.
  • Grease a baking tin very well so your flapjacks don’t stick to it.
  • After that, add the cinnamon to a saucepan with the butter and sugar. Cook at low heat until the butter is melted. Once you heat the mixture, take off the hob and add the honey in. Stir well until blended together.
  • Add the oats and the sliced dried pears to the saucepan mixture and stir until evenly coated.
  • Pour the mixture into the baking tin and spread it until it’s 2 cm thick.
  • Bake for 25 min until golden brown on top. After it’s cooked, take it out of the oven and leave to cool down.
  • Enjoy!

Dark chocolate honey flapjacks

One of Britain’s tea-time favourites! For weight watchers and people who try to avoid granulated sugar at all costs, this recipe is the perfect variation of honey flapjacks for you.

Giving you a mouthful of heavenly delicious twist added to the flavour with its dark chocolate, there is no way you’ll be able to resist it.

The ingredients you’ll need for this variation are:

  • 200g unsalted butter
  • 300g uncrystallised or reheated honey
  • 450g porridge oats
  • 4g salt
  • 150g dark chocolate

Use this amount of ingredients to prepare 20 flapjacks.

Even though this variation of the original recipe for Honey Flapjacks contains more ingredients it’s just as easy and quick to prepare.

  • Start with preheating the oven at 180 C/ Gas 4.
  • Grease a baking tin very well so your flapjacks don’t stick to it.
  • After that, add the butter to the saucepan. Cook at very low heat (keep it around 40 degrees max in order to not alter the composition of the honey) until the butter is melted and add the honey. This should take at best 3 min. Once you heat the mixture stir well until blended together.
  • Add the oats to the saucepan mixture and stir until evenly coated.
  • Pour the mixture into the baking tin and spread it until it’s 2 cm thick.
  • Bake for 25 min until golden brown on top.
  • Place in pan water and heat until simmering. Then melt the chocolate by adding it to the water. Mix until uniform.
  •  After it’s cooked, take out of the oven the baked mixture and while still hot cut it into pieces and dip it into the chocolate completely.
  • Place on a wire rack to cool and dry.
  • Enjoy!

Nutritional values

AdobeStock 81909004
Homemade healthy flapjacks with raw honey on cooling rack

For our traditional ingredients:

200g unsalted butter: Total Fats 162g, Cholesterol 430 mg, Sodium 22 mg, Potassium 48 mg, Carbohydrate 0.2 g Proteins 1,8g

200g acacia honey: Calories 620, Carbohydrates 160g, Proteins 0.3g

200g brown sugar: Calories 760, Sodium 56 mg, Potassium 266mg, Carbohydrates 196g, Protein 0,2g

400g porridge oats: Calories 272, Total Fats 5,6g, Sodium 196mg, Potassium 244mg, Carbohydrates 48g, Protein 9,6g

Small quantities of Calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin A, Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin B6

icon

We know you're buzzy; but it's so easy to sweeten someone's day!

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *