Healthy flapjack bar recipe
Flapjack is another name for muesli bar, cereal bar or granola bar.This one snack has a sweet taste and is generally made using a mixture of rolled oats, butter, sugar and golden syrup and then baked. Flapjack is also another name for pancakes. The term flapjack is commonly known in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Ireland. While in Australia and New Zealand, known as muesli bar or cereal bar. In America, Canada and South Africa are called granola bars.
Flapjack shape is generally rectangular (baked bar). One type of flapjack is called a “Bakewell flapjack” that can be found in food stores in the UK. This type of flapjack is an alternative form of cooking/biscuit and has a texture of soft and wet to dry and crisp.
Generally, flapjack made using butter/butter, but on healthy recipes this time we will make Bakewell flapjack without using a mixture of butter or other types of fat.
Prepare Ingredients 40 g oatmeal, 100 grams of banana (finely blender), 100 grams of raisins,
How to make Mixed flat banana, oatmeal, and raisins. Take a flat pan that has been smeared with palm or canola oil. Heat with low heat. Take 1 tablespoon of dough, then Print to form a sphere by using a spoon and place it on an oven tray that has been smeared with a little palm or canola oil. Bake in the oven at 180oC for about 15 minutes.
Nutritional value per piece
– Energy: 78 kcal
– Fat: 0.5 g
– Carbohydrates: 17 g
– Fiber: 1.5 g
– Protein: 1.4 g
Tips and tricks.
Raisins can be replaced with peanuts, almonds, cashews, dates or other dried fruit pieces. You can replace the banana with other types of fruit such as jackfruit. If you do not have an oven, can use a flat pan that has been smeared a little palm oil and cooked on a low heat until cooked (turn to finish the top). Bakewell flapjack on this recipe has a wet texture (not crisp) so the shelf is the same as other types of wet cake (about 3 days).