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  1. #1
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    Jan 2012
    Reay area

    Default Delicious, easy and quick.........Flappyjacky.......


    8 ounces butter or margarine

    4 ounces sugar

    12 ounces porridge oats


    Melt butter/margarine in large pan with the sugar. When sugar nearly all disappeared, remove from heat and stir in all the oats. Spread out in tin of choice and bake in moderate oven until just golden on top. Leave to cool for a wee whiley, cut up and leave to go cold in tin. Keep in cake tin or plastic box.


    This has infinite variations. A favourite here is to replace some of the marg and sugar with golden syrup. Another is to spread apple sauce on top as it is cooling, delicious!!

    Try it

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2015


    Hi, I have been looking for this kind and easy recipe. I really appreciate that you have shared it here. Yes, I would definitely try it!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2015


    Sounds good! I'll be trying this one too! Thanks for sharing.

  4. #4


    Sound really good, I love cooking on the weekends, I find it so relaxing, so will try this for sure! But I might add chocolate chips

  5. #5


    Do you find yourself eating an unhealthy bagel or donut for breakfast every day? Do you constantly feel you have no time cook a proper breakfast?

    Why not try these amazing and super easy breakfast recipes which are superhealthy too!!

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    Poha is an Indian delicacy which has a perfect balance of taste and nutrition. This traditional recipe is easy-to-make and can be made with easily available ingredients in your kitchen. It can be a perfect breakfast for you. This dish is perfect for someone looking for a light meal as it has a perfect balance of flattened rice and very mild spices that you can tweak as per your taste palate preferences. And this recipe available any Indian restaurant like Indian restaurants in Australia.
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