Gooey, chewy cranberry & cherry flapjacks recipe


I’ve done something a little different for today’s recipe blog post: I’ve instastory’d it! You may have spotted a couple of quick and easy DIY projects on my instastories in the run up to Halloween (you can find my ghost lanterns and no-carve pumpkin decorating project on my Cassiefairy YouTube channel if you need inspiration for next year!) and I really enjoyed sharing my projects with my Instagram family first. So today, I’ve done the same, but with my favourite recipe for cherry and cranberry flapjack…Be warned: This is a gooey, chewy, very sweet and sticky flapjack recipe – like flapjacks used to be before they became a healthy option! Just read the ingredients list and you’ll probably realise why…


125g butter

100g brown sugar (I used muscovado sugar because I prefer the treacle-y flavour)

4 tablespoons of golden syrup

250g oats

A handful of chopped cherries, dried cranberries and sultanas

Honestly, this makes the most delicious flapjacks I’ve ever eaten, but you really will only be able to manage a small square at a time because they are so sweet. Here’s a quick video to show you how to make the recipe:

You can store the flapjacks in an airtight container and pop one into your packed lunch each day, or enjoy a square with a cuppa as a treat. Let me know if you have a go at making this easy recipe and leave me a comment if you can suggest any other ingredients to add to this flapjack rather than these dried fruits – the more ideas I have for pimping up this recipe, the better!

Melamine plates from The Caravan Trail ‘Festival’ collection.

If you want to be among the first people to see my instastory recipe videos and easy DIY projects, follow me @Cassiefairy on Instagram and keep an eye out on my instastories 🙂

Author: Cassiefairy

Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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