Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Vegan Protein Flapjacks | Recipe

vegan protein flapjacks
Hi Lovelies 
With the New Year here a lot of us are looking for healthier option foods, I know I sure am. I have had way to many treats over the holiday period and I am looking to get myself fitter and stronger this year and of course the biggest thing I want is to control my PCOS. Snacks can be my biggest problem area because I always seem to grab the ones like chocolate and cakes rather then the healthier options so I decided to make some healthy flapjacks to curb my bad snacking habits.

I thought this would be a brilliant recipe for people taking part Veganuary at the moment so I've made a vegan version of one of my all time favourite snacks and its flapjacks. With some research online I found  you can make healthier versions of them so I decided to give it a whirl and thankfully I did because it turned out quite well if I don't say so myself.

vegan protein flapjacks recipe
What you need

  • Baking tray 
  • Grease proof paper
  • Mixing bowl 

Ingredients 
  • 200g Whole Oats
  • 100g softened dairy free butter 
  • 2 ripe banana 
  • small handful of raisins or mixed dried fruit 
  • 2 teaspoons of agave nectar 
  • 10g of Pulsin Pea Protein
vegan protein flapjacks recipe
Method 
  1. Preheat oven to gas mark 4
  2. In large bowl put oats, raisins and pulsin pea powder
  3. Mash ripe bananas in a separate bowl then add the agave nectar and the softened butter until they are combined 
  4. Put ingredients from the smaller bowl into the large bowl and mix together with hands until thick and its like cookie dough, if its too dry add a little bit of almond milk.
  5. Put the mixture onto grease proof paper on the oven tray. Flatten the mixture to get it into an oblong shape and then add to the oven. 
  6. Let it cook in the over for about 20-30 minutes (mine too 25 minutes)
  7. Once cooked put on the side and once cooled cut into 10-12 squares.

I hope you enjoy this recipe.
What should I make next time?

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25 comments

  1. These look like a great alternative snack instead of grabbing chocolate or something else sugary x

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  2. These sound so good! I tend to avoid flapjacks because they're so high in fat, but these definitely look like they're on the healthy side.

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  3. these look fab. I never seem to have much luck making flapjacks. they are always a bit crumbly.

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  4. These look great and easy to make too. Thanks for sharing x

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  5. Some of my friends have just turned vegan for Jan so this would be an amazing alternative treat for them.

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  6. These look so yummy and so simple too! Great recipe x

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  7. I'm making a huge effort to be more healthy so these sound like a great option to make x

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  8. These look lovely and I love how they're healthy as well x

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  9. These sound yummy, I may have to try them! xo

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  10. I'm doing Veganuary and I'm struggling with snack food so I'll likely make these! x

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  11. I just love flapjacks. They remind me of being a kid, -as they were a favourite of mine then.

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  12. I know quite a few people doing Veganuary so will definitely pass this on, they sound delicious x

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  13. I lovely flapjack anyway but these look like a great recipe going to try this out 😊

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  14. I saw your tweet for these on twitter they look gorgeous and it's great that they are vegan too, yum!

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  15. A nice healthy alternative to chocolate and sugary sweets. Looks delicious x

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  16. These look lovely and could imagine they'd help fill you up for longer. Good to combat those sweet cravings too! x

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  17. These looks delicious! Perfect alternative to chocolate and cakes!

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  18. These look so moreish! Just from the photos you can tell they are chewy and moist! I will be trying them out soon xx

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  19. Oh these look delicious!!! I'm not a vegan myself but I appreciate vegan recipes so much!! I make this vegan banana loaf which is on my blog and its amazing I imagine these taste pretty great and I'm going to make them this weekend!!!

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  20. just looking at these is making me hungry - they sound (and look) delicious!

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  21. ooo i would definitely try this out and would probably eat at least half in one sitting

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  22. These look like perfect snacks! I love that they include banana.

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  23. These look a really good consistency - We were talking about making flapjacks yesterday. Hoping to make some for the many trips to and from children's activities.

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  24. My mum would absolutely love these, think I will make some :D

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