Triple Ginger Breakfast Bars

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Triple Ginger Breakfast Bars
Hello again Baking World! Sorry for the long radio silence but I could not stay away from baking. Interestingly I have been moved to take on this bake because of my Mother-In-Law’s substance dependance. Gratefully I can tell you that here drug of choice is ginger - it could be a whole lot worse! She is also a huge fan of breakfast bars and I thought that spiked with several types of ginger these should hit the mark.
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Prep Time 15 Mins
Cook Time 25 Mins
Passive Time 10 Mins
Servings
Squares
Ingredients
Prep Time 15 Mins
Cook Time 25 Mins
Passive Time 10 Mins
Servings
Squares
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Line a 20cm square tin with parchment (I'm using foil backed parchment, only because I had run out of ordinary type). Pit the oven on at 150C/130C fan/Gas 2/300F
  2. Pile the demerara sugar, butter and golden syrup into a large heavy saucepan; using a heavy pan helps to spread the heat more evenly. Warm this up slowly to ensure that the sugar dissolves, you will know that all the sugar has dissolved when you cannot feel any gritty texture on the bottom of the pan.
    melt butter and sugar
  3. Into the warm butter mixture tip the rich of salt and all three types of ginger, give this a good mix then tip in the oats and the muesli and stir all of this together to fully coat the oats in the syrupy goodness.
    Mix in oats
  4. Pile the mixture into the baking tin and press the mixture out flat with the back of your fingers. Make it nice and level and encourage everything to stick together. Bake for 25 mins.
    flatten out mix
  5. Take the tray out of the oven, leaving the flapjacks in the cake tin leave to cool for 10 mins. Still leaving the bars in the tin score the mixture into 12 or 16 pieces. Be gentle at this point as things need to set.
  6. Once totally cold lift the flapjacks up by holding the sides of the baking parchment. With a nice sharp knife cut through the score lines. Store in an airtight tin (if you can manage to keep your kashers out of them). This is the ideal accompaniment for a nice cup of tea. Enjoy!
    cut into 16
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1 Comment

  • Rev. Mum 2nd February 2019 at 3:52 pm

    Scrummy! But one may not be enough!!

    Rev. Mum x

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