Healthy banana honey flapjack. This banana and honey flapjack recipe is currently one of our favourites and uses the fruit, honey and low fat butter as the binding agent so there is no need for golden syrup or other processed sugar. These are a great on the go snack and full of energy and fuel to see us through until lunch…or dinner…. or tea. Peel the bananas and place them in a food processor.
Healthy Banana Flapjacks These Healthy Banana Flapjacks are wholesome family snacks which are refined sugar free and full of natural sweetness. Quick & easy to make these are perfect treats for kids & adult lunchboxes or even as breakfast on the go! Here is how you cook that. You can cook Healthy banana honey flapjack using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Healthy banana honey flapjack
- You need 140 g of rolled oats.
- You need 2 of overripe bananas.
- Prepare 50 g of butter.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of apple juice.
- It’s 3 tbsp of honey.
- It’s 50 g of dried apricots.
- You need 75 g of raisins.
- You need 50 g of dried stoned dates.
Ingredients of Healthy banana honey flapjack. Measure the oats, seeds and raisins and place in a bowl. Then chop up the apricots and add them to the oat mix. In another bowl, mash the two bananas with a fork.
Healthy banana honey flapjack step by step
- Melt butter and honey in a pan..
- Chop and add fruit and apple juice..
- Pour butter mixture over oats and add mashed banana..
- Mix to fully combine, ensuring no dried oats remain..
- Press down with the back on a spoon into a 20x20cm lined baking tin. Use a larger tin for thinner flapjacks or a smaller tin for thicker ones but adjust the cooking times accordingly..
- Bake in a warm oven at 150C for 35-40minutes or until the flapjack is golden and beginning to pull away from the sides of the tin..
- Cool then cut into pieces. Store in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Serve cold as a snack or warm with hot custard for a delicious dessert..
Then coarsely grate the apple into. Kids love them and they are cheaper and more nutritious than sugary ready made snacks. Mix all the ingredients in with the mashed banana and mix very well. It can be frustratingly difficult to find a healthy flapjack recipe that isn't loaded with butter, sugar or syrup. If you would rather not load up on these ingredients, here is an alternative recipe to try.