Post them up and every so often I'll snaffle them and put them on the blog, if that's okay? It'll save you the trouble of emailing them to me. (It will mean you lose out on our charming personal interaction but I sense you can live with that.)
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?
Mama to the marvellous M (July '08) and R-bear (Oct '11)
Oh yum! I've made a batch for tomorrow and already seem to have eaten a quarter of it I put a little too much sage in, but no matter . . . Will test DS's reaction to them during tomorrow's morning snack
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
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
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!
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