However, I will put the marshmallow frosting recipe up.
250g Caster Sugar
4 egg whites
1 tablespoon water
Pinch of salt
Place all of the ingredients in a bowl over a pan of simmering water and heat until all of the sugar dissolves and the mixture reaches a temperature of 60 (Celsius) - then tip it all in to a mixer and whisk for about 3 minutes (or you can use a hand mixer) for about 3 minutes until it forms stiff, glossy peaks - use immediately.
--------------------------Finally, the flapjacks. A couple of weeks ago I received some apple and cinnamon flapjacks in my graze box and they really are to die for!!
Last weekend I tried to recreate these delectable delights, but failed absolutely miserably and ended up with crumbly flapjacks that ended up in the bin.. gutting. I have been determined to make the perfect, moist flapjacks since and I have now cracked the recipe - these really are delicious.. and I plan on taking them to work for breakfast for the next few days (if they last that long!!)
Apple and Cinnamon Flapjacks
250g caster sugar
1 cup golden syrup
100g rice crispies
100g rolled oats
300g porridge oats
cinnamon - about a tsp or two, depending on how much you like cinnamon
2 apples, peeled and grated
Place the butter, sugar and syrup in a pan and slowly melt - once it has melted add all of the ingredients and coat evenly.
Tip the mixture in to a tin and firmly press it all down - place into a 180 (celsius) oven and bake for about 25 minutes until pale golden - it may seem a little undercooked when it comes out but it will set as it cools - while it is still warm, mark out the flapjacks and then leave to cool.. if you can resist temptation!!