Flapjacks are, in the UK, a baked treat made from oats, golden syrup and butter. Sometimes they are made with sugar or honey instead of the syrup, dried fruit and/or nuts, or chocolate or fresh fruit. You can buy them in most supermarkets or bakers. My favourites are made by Fudges and are dipped in rich, dark chocolate. Absolutely delicious! Flapjacks can be as healthy or as "sinful" as you want.

This recipe is from the BBC.

200g/7¼oz unsalted butter
200g/7¼oz demerara sugar
200g/7¼oz honey
400g/14¼oz porridge oats
50g/1¾oz nuts, dried fruits or glacé ginger, chopped or desiccated coconut (optional).
You will also need a 20cm x 30cm (8in x 12in) cake tin, greased (or a swiss roll tin).

Method: Put the butter, sugar and honey in a saucepan and heat, stirring occasionally, until the butter has melted and the sugar has dissolved. Add the oats and nuts, fruit, ginger or coconut, if using, and mix well.

Transfer the oat mixture to the prepared cake tin and spread to about 2cm (¾in) thick. Smooth the surface with the back of a spoon. Bake in a preheated oven at 180C/350F/Gas 4 for 15-20 minutes, until lightly golden around the edges, but still slightly soft in the middle. Let cool in the tin, then turn out and cut into squares.