This no bake flapjack is super quick and easy to make. I’ve found it a great way to get some nutrition and calories into my toddler. She isn’t very good at eating breakfast and then gets hangry mid morning, so these flapjacks hit the spot for her. She prefers pumpkin seeds to sunflower so I use those but any mix of seeds would work, obviously chop them up if you are using them for younger children.
They are high in fat and have protein from the seeds and peanut butter. They are very low sugar, I have made these without adding any sugar but I think they taste a bit better with 1 tbsp honey in, however you could put more in to taste. The honey also helps them to stick together a bit better.
These flapjacks would work well as a post workout snack too, however they don’t travel very well as they need to be kept cool so I wouldn’t advise taking them out on a day trip.
They can be made vegan my swapping the honey for maple syrup and gluten-free by using gluten-free oats.
Ingredients for no bake flapjack:
- 175g oats
- 30g raisins
- 25g seeds
- 100g smooth peanut butter (use natural 100% nuts)
- 60g coconut oil
- 1tbsp honey
- Line an 8”x8” tin with parchment paper
- Melt the coconut oil and peanut butter in a pan
- Mix the oats, raisins and seeds together in a large bowl
- Pour over the peanut butter mixture, stir well
- Place the mixture into the tin and press down firmly
- Place in the freezer for about 1 hour to set
- Remove, slice and store in the fridge
What are your favourite recipes for a hangry toddler? If you enjoy this recipe, pop a comment below and check out my other snack recipes here