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No Bake Cherry Flapjacks

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Ingredients

35g Oats HexB
1 Eggs
5tbsp Sweetner
Splash Water (just enough to wet it)
20 drops (lakeland) Cherry food flavouring (20 drops when using Lakeland)

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No Bake Cherry Flapjacks

So recently I have found myself oven-less. Sad times indeed. So trying to find something low syn that gives me a cake fix just had to be made. These are super simple and so fast to make. Which for me is a super duper bonus

  • 7 1/2 mins
  • Medium

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Link to Silicone cupcake cases

Link to Cherry food flavourings

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So basically it is as easy as this, mix all your ingredients together and separate evenly into silicone cupcake cases and pop them on a plate. Next you just pop them in the microwave on full power for about 2 1/2 mins. Then just allow them to cool and your good to go. Enjoy xoxo

Emily Boulden

Hello! So just a wee bit about myself! I'm Emily mother of 2 beautiful little men and partner to my 30 year old man child, haha. I'm a massive foody, Slimming world member and a former fatty! To date I have lost over 11 stone and am currently right were I want to be. I love experimenting with food and finding new ways to use different things. I'm a throw it in kind of chef but thought I'd share a few of my ideas and/or recipes. As well as a few piccies, I mean who doesn't like pictures of food, right?! XoXo

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Hello I am so excited that I found your site! It’s stopped me stressing about sw! I’ve just made these and they are yum however they are more like spongey porridge? Any advice? Thank you x

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