The Healthy Flap
Jack Recipe


Oats (just pour in as much as you want for tin size)
1 handful sultanas/raisins
1 handful dates chopped small 
1 handful chopped mixed seeds 
1 handful chopped nuts
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg
2 heaped spoons brown
(Demerara) sugar
2 small/medium over ripe bananas mashed
1 med/large apple, grated
1 handful sultanas/raisins
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp bicarbonate soda
1 table spoon maple syrup/natural honey/
1 table spoon of flora cuisine

Mix it all together,
put into a grease paper lined tray, sprinkle sliced almonds on top and bake
until golden brown about 30 mines.
 Slice it up whilst it
is warm and leave to cool (if it lasts that long!).


Mel ( Bootcamp Instructor )
1/6/2013 06:09:06 am

Most of you know i do not pretend to be a cook, but try this flapjack for a healthy option snack. It is full of slow release energy, virtually NO fat, and will help you keep going during your busy day. Enjoy :-)

1/10/2013 06:01:58 am

My sweet pepper and sweet potatoe soup . Easy to make and yummy !
4 or 5 peppers I normal using the sweet ones mixed with a couple of green ones sliced these up with a couple of sweet potatoes lay in a roasting tray and drizzle in virgin olive oil , roast for half hour .
Fill a saucepan with vegetable stock and water bring to the boil and then scoop in the roasted vegetables with a tea spoon of chilli flakes bring back to the boil and then let simmer for 20 minutes on a low heat.
Then just blitz with a hand blender makes a really nice filling thick soup ! the chilli gives it a bit of a kick so you can add as much as you can handle.....

Enjoy I quite often make this in batches and freeze it to take to work for lunch yummy ......


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