Savory Flapjacks

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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby skip » 25 Jan 2009, 18:40

Hi these sound lovely. Bubba had a reaction to dairy so might miss out the cheese... and also - haven't tried eggs yet - scared they'll be another allergen... Any other alternatives to bind the mixture together?
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Kanga » 26 Jan 2009, 11:49

I have just made these and left out the cheese - they still smell lovely and seem to be holding together so far! I've put the egg in though so not sure what else would work :?

ETA they went down quite well with dd, although it was quite crumbly when she tried to eat it. I'm sure the cheese would have helped that but never mind! Will have to try and think or something else!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Vix » 27 Jan 2009, 22:29

Oh yum! I've made a batch for tomorrow and already seem to have eaten a quarter of it :oops: I put a little too much sage in, but no matter . . . Will test DS's reaction to them during tomorrow's morning snack :)
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby RubLINester » 27 Jan 2009, 22:53

Never tried making them without cheese or egg, so can't help you there, sorry!
Maybe egg replacer would do the job, not sure!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Vix » 28 Jan 2009, 14:58

DS is off his food today (with runny nose and rosy cheeks, so I'm guessing his teeth are bothering him!), but even so he seems to love the taste of these - much "mmmm"ing with the little bites he did have :D
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby luvsunflower » 02 Feb 2009, 01:26

ok so I'm in Canada - not used to the lingo LOL! What is courgette?
And what size pan do you cook this in? Like a muffin pan?

thanks so much!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Kanga » 02 Feb 2009, 12:04

You might know courgette as zucchini? I used a square brownie pan to cook them in. Hope that helps!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Ivybones » 15 Mar 2009, 16:16

made a big pan of these with sweet potato instead of courgette. they rock!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby salma's-mum » 15 Mar 2009, 17:09

gonna try these today. Do you keep them in the fridge? how long will they keep for? Tricky question as you all seem to be eating them all up quickly!.... maybe i should make a double batch!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby Ivybones » 16 Mar 2009, 10:21

This recipe does make loads, especially when cut into baby-size slices. I've put some in a tupperware box for eating now and frozen the rest.
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby salma's-mum » 19 Mar 2009, 16:20

I made them and they were a big hit with me and salma, I also put them in tupperware in the fridge and they lasted well, just a few days as we kept scoffing them, next time i will do double and freeze half as they will be a useful grab and go thing i think
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby dizzymoo » 25 Apr 2009, 19:34

Huge hit with moo and my mum who has altered the recipe already! Not only is she making her own and turning them into a weight watchers version with their own cheese, but she's also adding garlic, worcestershire sauce, mustard powder etc. etc.

Admittedly I altered the recipe before I started by adding fresh chives because I had no onions, nigella seeds and raisins. Moo enjoyed them!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby RubLINester » 25 Apr 2009, 19:44

ouu, sounds great ! Didn't think of worcestershire sauce, must try that. My most recent twist was adding garam masala powder so they were a bit bhaji like!
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby mandalou » 23 May 2009, 12:19

got some in the oven now, really looking forward to them. i just hope they're ready in the next 10 mins or i'm going to be late for work :wink:
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Re: Savory Flapjacks

Postby mandalou » 23 May 2009, 21:31

just got home from work and tried the flapjack, i don't know why i'm so surprised because all of the previous posts say how delicious they are, but they really are scrummy :!: :!: :!: had to get some in the freezer quickly, daren't even keep many in the fridge just in case i can't resist. can't wait to experiment, not that the recipe needs changing :D
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