Earsham Street Rye & Oat Flapjacks

Earsham Street Cafe

Our flapjacks are baked to a classic - indulgent - recipe by Gemma Parker at the Earsham Street Cafe in Bungay.

The Earsham Street Cafe has a reputation for excellent flapjacks made to a traditional recipe with butter, syrup, brown sugar, oats and a little bit of ginger and cinnamon. Gemma has given that recipe a twist and used a fifty-fifty blend of our organic rye and oat flakes to bring whole new depth of flavour, as well as extra texture from the rye. Treacly, a little bit chewy, and with a hint of spices, they're the perfect tea-time or coffee break treat.

With their mix of fast acting sugar, slower burning carbohydrates and a little fat, flapjacks are the original cyclists' energy bar too. Pop a few in your pocket for a sustaining snack in the saddle.

Flapjacks keep well; put them an air tight container, store in a cool place and they will last 3 weeks (but who manages to keep flapjacks for 3 weeks?). They freeze brilliantly too.

Complete Product Details

  • Ingredients

    Organic Rye Flakes, Organic Oat Flakes, Salted Butter (milk), Golden Syrup, Dark Sugar, Ginger, Cinnamon

    Allergy information

    For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold

  • Suitable for vegetarians, not suitable for vegans

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