Raspberry & Blackcurrant Dorset Cereal Flapjacks @Degustaboxuk

I received my Degustabox Uk earlier this week, and because I knew I would be busy over the weekend with my GBBO bake, I decided to review my box early instead. After looking at all of the products inside my box, I decided to make some very easy flapjacks using the Dorset Cereal Bircher Mix Raspberry & Blackcurrant , as I thought these would make the finished flapjacks taste lovely with the freeze dried fruit within it.

The flapjacks are VERY easy to make and only contain 3 ingredients: butter, golden syrup and the oaty cereal
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The cereal looks very pretty and smells lovely too 🙂
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The flapjack tastes really nice and I love how easy it is to make – it would be a perfect recipe for children to have a go at making, with some adult supervision of course
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Raspberry & Blackcurrant Dorset Cereal Flapjacks
 
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Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 1 x 600g box of Dorset Cereal Bircher Mix Raspberry & Blackcurrant
  • 250g butter
  • 500ml golden syrup
Instructions
  1. Pre heat the oven to 170oC / 150oC (fan)
  2. Line a rectangular brownie tin with grease proof paper
  3. Melt the butter and syrup in a large pan over a moderate heat until the butter is melted
  4. Pour the cereal into the syrup mixture and stir well
  5. Pour into your prepare tin and smooth over into all the corners
  6. Bake for 20-25 minutes until just golden
  7. Leave to cool. After 15 minutes, score your slices
  8. When completely cooled, remove and store in a tin or serve straight away.

 

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I am going to freeze these now and use them for playgroup when it reopens after the summer break.

I was sent the featured products in my monthly Degustaboxfollow for the purpose of a review. You can subscribe to Degustabox UK and receive a box every month yourself

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