Mummy Cathryn's flapjacks a la Longers...

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Aperitif, 21 Apr 2008.

  1. OK yesterday, as my wheel was buckled and I was jangling around, I made some more of Cathryn's Mum's recipe...
    First, find the recipe elsewhere on this forum:smile:
    get your oats
    sort out 'additions' - in this case it is Longers'ssss :smile: coconut and glace cherry
    melt the sticky, buttery stuff in the microwave
    mix the lot together, tip into a greasproof lined baking tray and pat down firmly. (Flapping Jack in the background keeping guard...)
    out of the oven after 20 mins - ready for burnishing with the back of a spoon
    left to cool, lifted from tin and then cut
    plan view of CC presentation
    Cathryn's Mum and Longers are in there in spirit!
    The End. Man they are nice...:eek:
  2. and all i got was some manky end of some bread you made:biggrin: AND NO BLEEDIN JAM !!!!!! SHOCKING BEHAVIOUR;) think i can manage the 45 minute journey to Heathrow !!! be around at 8pm !
  3. Dayvo

    Dayvo Just passin' through

    And very tasty it looked, too!
    The tablecloth, though? Hopefully before the ride. :smile:
  4. Crackle

    Crackle Pah

    mmmmm delicious, excellent effort.

    Did you cook the smiley face out? Any chance of putting one in the post.
  5. longers

    longers Veteran

    Nice one Ap' :biggrin:.

    Good to see "Flapping Jack" got in the mix.
  6. mondobongo

    mondobongo Über Member

    They look really nice going to have a go making some later in the week.
  7. alecstilleyedye

    alecstilleyedye nothing in moderation Staff Member

    have you passed it round on the tea? thread?
  8. I have public pleasure in inviting the tea swillers to MummyCathryn's thread forthwith, to partake of the recipe forthwith - and fifthwith :smile:
  9. John the Monkey

    John the Monkey Frivolous Cyclist


    One thing to try - make the mixture using 1/2 as much again (i.e. 300g oats etc). Then spread half on the baking tray. Spread jam over that, then spread the rest of the mixture over that, and bake as normal. This is v. tasty...
  10. tomb1960

    tomb1960 New Member

    John sorry but that sounds v wrong!
  11. Ok your next challenge is to pimp that snack.
    I'd like to see a flapjack which is at least 1mx2m and a foot thick. :biggrin:
  12. It was going well until I tried to bung it in the oven Kirstie... :blush:

    This week - Blueberry, pinenut with a 'toss' of salted peanuts. Tried adding self raising instead of plain flour ;) seems to make for a softer 'bite'. That may just be the fluke of timing though. More testing needed!


    and some cycling scones:smile: - as the self raising flour was out and about...


    And a swift batch of Delia's quick and easy wholemeal honour of Norwich stuffing QPR on Saturday :biggrin: (morning gezza :biggrin: )


    Enjoy fair weather all!
  13. and you know where you can stick your flapjacks,scones & bread, Aperitif:angry:;) right up the jacksi where the sun dont shine;):blush:

    What time is tea on Sunday ??
  14. John the Monkey

    John the Monkey Frivolous Cyclist

    It may sound wrong, but it tastes so right...

  15. That looks good JtM - I can recommend fresh blueberries as adding a je ne sais quoi fruity juxtaposition to the piquancy of of the cocktail nuts, slightly seasoned with sel de mer, nestling alongside the healthy aspect of trimmed pine nuts and best West Indian sugar combined with that Canadian staple, syrup of maple...

    Utter tosh - please ignore. Brain is numb from 'work'.

    The other thing I forgot to do was go for fresh ginger - that's a really dynamic adddition from yello's recipe book
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