Eat Natural Granola Goodies And A Flapjack Tutorial
In my spare time i like to enter competitions and recently i won 2 boxes of Eat Natural "Super Granola" Yippee!
I won a gluten free granola which contains buckwheat, seeds and honey and also a protein packed granola with almonds, seeds and honey.
Have you tried any of the Eat Natural products? Let me know in the comments below :)
I wanted to get creative with the granola rather than just eating it for breakfast, so i decided that i was going to make flapjack.
Comment down below if you're interested in another blog post about the gluten free granola and i could turn that into flapjack too. Let me know :)
So my version baking consists of throwing everything in a bowl, stirring it all together, whacking it in the oven and somehow ( don't ask me how ) beautiful delicious treats are made.
I am not a fan of measuring, just guessing with my eyes.
First of all i threw half a packet of porridge oats into a bowl with some left over sultanas and the WHOLE packet of protein packed granola (go hard or go home... right?)
I added half a packet of butter with left over golden syrup and honey into a separate microwavable bowl. The syrup and honey has to be able to cover the mixture completely because you don't want dry flapjack (that's my version of measurements).
Then i microwaved the butter, golden syrup and honey for about 30 seconds until it's melted all together.
Warning: you will be tempted to lick the bowl.
The consistency is quite crumbly so far so to make the flapjack stick together i added 2 medium sized eggs.
Now that looks so much better!
Now it's time to grab a tray and spoon your mixture into it.
To make your flapjack mixture look neater in the tray, i use the back of a clean table spoon and press until around the mixture until it's flat.
Yay it's acceptable!
Bake in the oven for about 15 minutes (or until it goes golden brown)
TA-DA! flap jack goodness.