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Chocolate-Stuffed Flapjack Snacks

Makes 24

Cooking time: 30 minutes


3 cups self-raising flour

3 cups double cream plain yoghurt

3 eggs

⅓ cup chocolate spread

Serving suggestion: Cocktail skewers



1. Sieve the flour into a medium-sized mixing bowl.

2. Make a well in the centre of the flour and add in the double cream yoghurt and eggs. Beat until smooth and lump-free. Add one cup of water and keep beating until you have a thick, but pourable consistency.

3. Pour the batter into an upcycled squeeze bottle (a clean sweet chilli, mayo or tomato sauce bottle will work). *Chef’s Tip: Alternatively, use a resealable bag and cut off a tiny corner.

4. Heat a greased Tefal 25cm Extra Non-Stick Pancake Pan over medium heat.

5. Squeeze small, equal-sized drops of the batter into the pan, leaving space for each to spread slightly. Immediately pipe a button-sized drop of chocolate spread onto the flapjacks.

6. Allow to partially set before covering with more flapjack batter. Cook for another minute before flipping over with a spatula and cook the other side until golden.

7. Skewer the flapjacks with some strawberries for a sweet snack, or store in a lunchbox as a treat and ENJOY!

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