Fig flapjacks recipes

Cherry, Fig and Peanut Butter Flapjacks

Cherry, Fig and Peanut Butter Flapjacks

These gluten-free flapjacks are a healthier version of the classic treat, and are packed with cherries, figs and peanut butter to make them flavourful with extra goodness
dried apricot, fig and fennel seed flapjacks

dried apricot, fig and fennel seed flapjacks

obviously we really don't mind, they seemingly last forever anyway but these flapjacks are a great way to use anything up that's taking up too much room - an excuse for an early Spring clean if you will
Date Flapjacks

Date Flapjacks

But after discovering how unhealthy they are for you, I decided to make these guilt-free, vegan, refined sugar free and totally healthy flapjacks
Seedy flapjacks

Seedy flapjacks

Add the oats, flour, figs, nuts and seeds and mix well. My husband is English and one of the treats he really misses in Australia are flapjacks
Jammy Flapjacks

Jammy Flapjacks

Once upon a time, I made this most delicious fig, apple and pomegranate jam. I've just used one of them up in these flapjacks
Baby flapjacks

Baby flapjacks

I adore flapjacks and granola for the same reason - the smell and flavour of those gorgeous toasted oats
Food: apricot flapjack

Food: apricot flapjack

dates and figs also work very well. Coupled with this, flapjacks retain their freshness for quite a while when compared with other baked goods and are relatively easy to package up
Tea Time Treats October: The Round-Up!

Tea Time Treats October: The Round-Up!

 Karen has also made this Apple, Fig and Pear Chutney with Cardamom. Putting some long-forgotten jam, hidden at the back of the fridge, to extremely good use is Caroline from Caroline Makes with these crunchy, sweet Jammy Flapjacks
Mornflake Hamper Giveaway

Mornflake Hamper Giveaway

Spiced Fig, Date, Oat & Almond Milk Smoothie on Fuss Free Flavours. Honey & Ginger Flapjacks on Blue Kitchen Bakes
Do you do breakfast? …. I Do

Do you do breakfast? …. I Do

50 gr chopped dates, figs, dried bananas,. 50 gr chopped dates, figs, dried bananas,. There are differing views to the value of breakfast from ‘Never miss it’ ranging to ‘Let your body decide’