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Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks

My kids love these Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks. They’re quick and easy to make, have a light airy texture and the small pieces of apple keep them juicy for days.

Flapjacks are a great less-mess option for Mr 1 too who’s more than content to sit with a whole flapjack and rip off pieces for himself. I like to make a huge batch and freeze in any left-overs available then for whenever we need them.

Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks


To make 8 Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks you’ll need:

– 150g (5 oz /1 cup /2 1/3 dl) self raising flour

If you don’t have self-raising flour the alternative is to use the same amount of all-purpose flour and add 1 1/4 tsp baking powder.

– 1/4 tsp salt

– 1 large apple (or 2 small apples)

– 2-3 tbsp cinnamon

– 185ml (3/4 cup/ 6 fl oz) milk

– 1 egg

– A little rapeseed oil for the pan


Whether you’re out climbing trees, hunting snail shells or having breakfast at the beach. Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks are perfect for energy pick me ups, picnics, breakfast and brunch.

Apple Cinnamon FlapjacksLinking Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks with #TastyTuesday & #RecipeoftheWeek

For more delicious picnic food check out these Beetroot and Goats Cheese Puff Pastry Tarts

Sweet Potato Apple Artisan Bread

And 3 Tricks for the Perfect British Scone



  1. Could these possibly be any prettier? They couldn’t. I love your posts as you know and all the method stills, I think you should consider a cookery e-book, I really want to do one down the line. Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

    • @HonestMum you’re just too lovely! …& I’m out buying ingredients for your delicious Moussaka tomorrow 🙂

  2. Oh wow, my kids would love these. Defo on the two do list yum #tastytuesdays

  3. These look delicious and I love the fact they can be frozen. Apples always taste great in snacks! Mel #TastyTuesdays

  4. These look delicious and I will definitely be trying them – I know my kids will love them. We’d call these pancakes or drop scones in our house. Flapjacks are something completely different, involving oats, syrup and butter baked in the oven. All yummy in my book!

    • Ooh, lovely description @makemeanearthmother – a beautiful reminder of what we call flapjacks in UK!! …It’s been ages since I had one of those 🙂

  5. This is definitely going on my to try list. And favorites as I know I will love these! Just looking at the photos make me want them. Too bad I don’t have all the ingredient or I would be whipping them up asap. Great recipe thanks for sharing. #tastytuesdays

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