Check out our easy flapjack recipes for fruity treats that are perfect for lunchboxes and picnics.
This well-known treat gets a makeover with a banana flapjack base, sweet caramel layer and a gorgeous marbled chocolate topping. They won't stick around for long!
These classic chewy flapjacks are studded with crunchy seeds, juicy apricots and sultanas – perfect for snacking on-the-go or for an after-school treat.
Made with velvety chocolate and peanut butter, these decadent flapjacks are perfect for a special treat
These heathy oat flapjacks are sandwiched together with an extra fruity berry layer – perfect for snacking on the go or a tea-time treat.
Make the most of seasonal Bramley apples in this apple crumble-inspired healthy flapjack recipe
Golden chewy flapjacks are an irresistible teatime treat, and these flapjacks have been given an extra fruity twist with juicy grated pear, dried apricots and cranberries for a colourful traybake perfect for picnics.
These oat, seed and fruit packed flapjacks really are the ultimate healthy snack. Prepare a batch, in just over half an hour, and have them ready to go for when the urge to snack strikes
Whip up some homemade frozen yogurt to serve alongside these sweet, oat-packed honey flapjacks for a delicious after-dinner treat.
A recipe for banana and chocolate-flavoured flapjacks, perfect for snacking on long walks
Make a batch of these chocolate and ginger flapjacks for a teatime treat with a difference. You'll need good quality dark chocolate, stem ginger and ground ginger as well as the classic flapjack ingredients: butter, sugar, oats and golden syrup.
Bring a little sunshine into your kitchen with these apricot and sunflower flapjacks. A delicious snack, for all the family, ready in less than an hour, made with a base of tasty oats, delicious golden syrup, and melted butter.
This recipe creates a delicious snack that kids will love
These sweet and sticky flapjack squares are full of flavour and crunch – boasting dates, nuts and three kinds of seeds. They’re easy too, just melt butter with syrup and sugar, then mix with the other ingredients, bake, cool and enjoy!