Cooking time20 min
You might have seen a lot of conventional fruit and nut bars recipes online these days. Most of them sound monotonous and people are always looking for different versions that offer freshness and uniqueness. What about making a healthier version of traditional fruit and nuts bar dish? This healthy flapjacks recipe makes you familiarize with a dish that are packed agave syrup, oats and seeds and, it is the ideal option for snacks.
If you strictly adhere to the quantity of ingredients recommended in this healthy flapjacks recipe, you can serve it for 12 people. The preparation time needed is 10 minutes and the cooking process can be completed within 20 minutes.
1) The oven must be heated to 190 Degree Celsius/170 Degree Celsius Fan/Gas 5.
2) An 18 cm square tin must be lined with baking parchment.
3) The dates should be put into a food processor and they need to be processed until they stick together in clumps. (The key is to make sure that they are finely chopped).
4) Now, you have to take a saucepan and, date, agave syrup and low fat spread must be placed inside the pan.
5) They should be heated in a gentle way and you have to keep on stirring until the dates are properly blended. Also, make sure that the spread is melted adequately.
6) The apricot, hazelnut, mixed seed, raisin and oat should be added to the saucepan and they should be stirred to combine well.
7) The mixture must be spooned into the tin and you have to keep it level spread.
8) Then, it must beaked in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes and stop when it turns golden brown.
9) You have to take it out from the oven and you must cut into 12 pieces.
10) You need to keep it in the tin until cool down.
11) It can be stored in an air tight container.
- Porridge oat - 150 grams.
- Stoned date (ready to eat) - 150 grams.
- Raisin - 50 grams.
- Low fat spread - 100 grams.
- Mixed seeds - 3 tablespoons.
- Agave syrup - 3 generous tablespoons.
- Hazelnut - 50 grams. (It must be chopped and toasted).
- Stoned, dried apricot (ready to eat) - 50 grams. (It should be finely chopped).