Savory Flapjacks

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Savory Flapjacks

Postby RubLINester » 29 Apr 2008, 17:26

200 g/7oz porridge oats
200 g/7oz grated carrot
200 g/7oz grated courgette
200 g/7oz grated cheese
2 small onions finely chopped
2 eggs beaten
1 tsp dried thyme or sage
1/2 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp salt ( didn't put any)

1. Preheat the oven to 190ºC/375ºF/Gas 5.
2.Grease a baking tray (Swiss roll tin size).
3.Mix all the ingredients in the large bowl and press into the tray. Bake 25-30 minutes, untill set and lightly browned.


Ruby absolutely loves these, they are cheesy and moist and great on the go. I made some last night and added some fresh Oregano and sweede...
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Postby realsLINshady » 30 Apr 2008, 12:00

We made these together for lunch - Small enjoyed mixing it all together. I have made savoury flapjacks before but without the veg and they baked a bit crunchy. These are much nicer - moist and tasty as you say. Small ate half a square - which is a great endorsement as she is in the depths of a stinking cold.
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Postby worluce » 06 May 2008, 18:14

MMMMMMM!!!! These are fantastic!! Made them for the first time today and Beany absolutely loved them (he ate 2 and would have had more had it not been nearly dinner time!)... I'm ashamed to say I've eaten more than 2... can't help it... they're just so moreish! Thanks for the recipe!
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Postby RubLINester » 06 May 2008, 18:52

My pleasure!
We shared ours today with some spoon-fed babies and they loved it too, to their mum's surprise!
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Postby Sal » 10 May 2008, 20:32

Went to make these but discovered that there was no courgette so i substituted sweet potato and they were yum. Thanks. :D
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Postby RubLINester » 13 May 2008, 17:16

No, thank you, just made some with sweet potato and just can't stop eating them!
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Postby bumperlicious » 13 May 2008, 18:17

I'm going to make these tomorrow, they sound yum. Did you grate the sweet potato?
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Postby RubLINester » 13 May 2008, 19:04

yup!
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Postby bumperlicious » 15 May 2008, 09:24

Just made these and they are yummy! The only thing is the tin I made them in was a bit shallow so they are a bit breaky. Delicious though and DD seems to like them. Got a few babies coming round later so will see if they like them.
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Postby Morlyte » 16 May 2008, 19:45

I made these today and they were delicious but very soggy. I think next time I will squeeze the water out of the courgette before adding it.

They were soooo nice straight out of the oven. Numnumnum. :D
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Postby Claire » 04 Jun 2008, 11:35

Hmmm, I tried these but they didn't turn out too well :? . What am I doing wrong? They are a little dry and a little bitter tasting. Poppet seemed to struggle with them too. Anyone else found the same? I used small, baby courgettes. That's the only thing I can think of to do differently?
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Postby darkpixie » 22 Jun 2008, 21:14

These are DELICIOUS. They taste exactly the same as the overpriced 'savoury slices' sold in Holland & Barratt. I'm so very glad I can now make them myself but much much cheaper (and nicer). And LittlePixie loves them too, hooray!
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Postby alixceri » 26 Jun 2008, 11:08

YUMMY!

I didn't have any courgette so made with 90% carrot and 10% kohl rabi (bloody veg boxes, what is it with these things?!) and it worked a treat. I have eaten most of them myself, oops!
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Postby Lisec » 26 Jun 2008, 19:15

Joining in on the praise of these gorgeous things! T loved them too - DP even more, so will have to keep an eye on him so he leaves a few for T ...and me :D Made them with sweet potatoes by the way.
Claire, maybe it's to do with the onions you used? maybe try softening them first. And def use sweet potatoes and a good quality cheese. Hope you try them again and that they turn out better for you, coz I just can't stop nibbling!
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Postby Pink » 26 Jun 2008, 20:03

mmmm sounds nice
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