Monday, 2 March 2015

Sugar free banana, coconut & raisin flapjacks


These flapjacks are absolutely delicious and I highly recommend this recipe. I had been meaning to make these for ages and so glad I finally got round to it. I occasionally buy baby fruit bars and toddler loves them! But making them myself saves so much money and this recipe couldn’t be simpler! I don’t add sugar or salt to toddler’s food and wanted to make something sugarless and healthy but still sweet. I adapted other recipes and think these ingredients work really well together. These flapjacks are so scrumptious and they leave the kitchen with that lovely sweet baking aroma. They end up being very soft in the middle and a little crunchy on the edges. They are suitable for babies of 12 months plus and adults alike! :)


Preparation time = 10 minutes
Cooking time = 30 minutes

Ingredients
200g rolled oats
100g butter
3tbsp honey
1 ripe banana mashed
Handful of raisins
30g desiccated coconut flakes


Method:

1. Preheat the oven to 160 C

2. Melt butter and honey in pan. Turn off heat. 

3. Add the mashed banana, coconut and raisins and stir.

4. Add the oats and mix thoroughly.

5. Put ingredients in an oven dish (20 x 30 cm). Use spoon or fingers to level mixture.

6. Cook for 30 minutes until golden. 

7. Remove from the oven and leave to cool (although delicious still warm too)!

8. Once cool cut into squares. Store in a cake tin or wrap in cling film and freeze. 


Enjoy!

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2 comments

  1. These look delicious and I love that they are sugar free. Great for toddlers. I have made some cupcakes but with sugar! Thank you for sharing #TheList

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  2. We're trying to drastically reduce our sugar intake in our house so I'm definitely going to try these - they look delicious! #TheList

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