This is adapted from the recipe in my ancient copy of the Cranks Recipe Book. It makes a lovely moist and crumbly flapjack that actually tastes better after a few days, so is good for making at the start of the week to use in lunchboxes. Saying that, I made this quantity on Sunday, and they have all gone already!
150g brown sugar
6 dessertspoons golden syrup
Preheat oven to gas mark 5, 190C. Melt the marg, sugar and syrup on a very low heat, stirring frequently. Mix in the oats and stir thoroughly. Press down into a large-ish tin () and bake for 25-30 minutes until golden. Allow to cool for 10 minutes then cut into the size you like. Don’t leave it to cool completely though or it is really difficult to cut.Have a nice slice with a hot cup of tea, and Bob’s your uncle 🙂