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    Chitty's Homemade Flapjack crumble with Red Berries..

    Eldest child made this last week at school and ate half of it on the way home, first time he's made anything edible in home economics at school.

    Parents around the world dread that sentence" Daddy i need 4 tablespoons of Golden syrup, 200g of Porridge oats, 50g of sugar, 100g of butter and an 8" round oven proof cake tin!" For tomorrow and it's bedtime 9 O'clock at night and most shops are shut!


    BTW those are the ingredients for the desert below, it takes 30 minutes and tastes ruddy wonderful.
    Give it a go! You won't be disappointed!!

    Measure out the ingredients...

    50g of Sugar..




    200g of porridge oats..



    100g of Butter..



    Mix it all together in a saucepan on a low heat, then squash down into your greased cake tin..



    Firmly does it..



    20 minutes in the oven at gas mark 5, take out and leave to sit for 30 minutes then serve with cream,chips, custard or whatever you like. I chose red berries freshly picked from our garden.

    Not bad..



    CCC

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    Looks good ... did the kids eat it?

    serve with chips ... hummmm ... I'll take the other suggestions

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    ^^
    Looks fantastic I bought my daughter two dwarf trees orange and lemon and I will be buying a Dwarf lapins cherry tree next week for her , these are all full grown trees .

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD
    did the kids eat it?
    Gone in 60 seconds mate.


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    I loove you too Lulu


    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes
    Looks fantastic I bought my daughter two dwarf trees orange and lemon and I will be buying a Dwarf lapins cherry tree next week for her , these are all full grown trees .
    Cheers Snakey! Are they the 10 Morrisons trees i see outside there supermarkets, was tempted to buy the Olive tree this week.

    My kids have planted an orchid of apple,pear, cherry and plum pips at the end of our garden, will take 20 years to mature if the dog piss doesn't kill them off first.

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    Looks easy to make. Do you think it would work with honey instead of syrup, CCC? (It's much easier to get honey than syrup in Thailand)

    Are those red berries actually red currants? I love red currants.

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    Good dish to get kids started on cooking. Nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Looks easy to make. Do you think it would work with honey instead of syrup, CCC? (It's much easier to get honey than syrup in Thailand)

    Are those red berries actually red currants? I love red currants.
    Funnily enough we used honey last night as the syrup had run out.

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    That looks superb mate, bet those Italians cant bake like that

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