Savory Flapjacks

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Postby kali-kisses » 29 Jun 2008, 20:48

Yuuuum, tried these tonight and both Isla and I were impressed. There is loads left too so guess what we're eating tomorrow :D

Thanks for the recipe!

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Postby shelley » 06 Jul 2008, 19:07

mmm, made these today and i think they are lovely! but we have loads left, are they suitable for freezing? how long would they keep in the fridge?

might try the sweet potato version next time!

thanks :)
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Postby Plarka2 » 07 Jul 2008, 15:36

We love these too. I froze them and it worked great!
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Postby chocolate fairy » 18 Jul 2008, 20:51

These are great! Made them with carrots and sweet pot and Oscar wolfed them down. Thanks!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby tigs » 03 Nov 2008, 02:12

i made these - bombles loved them, when I was not looking OH finished the lot - and has asked me to make more LOL - I'm gonna have to! Glad to hear they freeze well - Do you just warm them through to reheat - (they are nicest when they are warm - and toasted acording to OH!)
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby luca'smum » 03 Nov 2008, 11:32

Just pop them in the oven for 10-15 minutes. Or leave outside overnight and then heat up, toast or do whatever you prefer :D
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby tigs » 03 Nov 2008, 16:58

i adapted the recipe slightly - my lo seams to not cope too well with oats - so I used half oats and half rice flour - YUMMI :) I also added a bit of garlic to the mix - To be honest, they are so tasty I dont think they will last long enough to freeze :oops:
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby joby » 16 Nov 2008, 20:54

These are so yummy, hubby thinks they taste of bhajis and friends have asked me for the recipe. sadly though Mr X not impressed, think its just because he's not into brown food this week. I'll definitely try them again though
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby sally » 01 Dec 2008, 12:34

Just making these - can you freeze them once cooked?
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby sally » 01 Dec 2008, 12:40

Oops, sorry, just saw the above, hadn't realised there were two pages to this thread!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby sally » 01 Dec 2008, 19:16

These are GORGEOUS! Have eaten them hot and later on cold and I think I actually like them better cold. LO loves them too - great way to use courgette and I imagine you could add lots of different veg. I used cayenne pepper in mine too.
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby helentinkletoes » 03 Dec 2008, 13:44

we've just had these for lunch and they were gorgeous - even brianna who is the fussiest kid when it comes to trying new things ate them right up.
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Bodmin » 07 Dec 2008, 13:34

These were a big hit all round - I made it with sweet potato instead of the courgette - even DH loved them and a) he doesn't like sweet potato , b) he doesn't like cheese............

Many thanks!

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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Earthenwitch » 06 Jan 2009, 21:04

Definitely going to try these - we're attempting to hold off on dairy things until the chicklet (born June 1, 2008) is one, though, so am thinking of substituting the cheese for a non-dairy spread and cutting the quantity down. Will let you know how it goes, in case anyone else out there is lured by the call of the savoury jack, but, like us, living in fear of second-generation dairy intolerance...!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Kanga » 07 Jan 2009, 15:59

Mmm, have some sweet potato in so will try these I think! :)
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