Tuesdays with Dorie BWD: Glenorchy Flapjacks

March 8, 2022 at 6:14 pm | Posted in BWD, cookies & bars, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 7 Comments
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Glenorchy flapjacks

Turns out I like flapjacks of all kinds, whether we’re talking pancakes or these Glenorchy Flapjacks. This style of flapjack is a traditional British treat (although Dorie actually picked up this recipe while traveling in NZ). It’s a lot like a chewy granola bar, with oats, dried fruit, coconut, seeds and plenty of candied ginger, all bound together in a sticky mix. I really liked the zingy pops of ginger in here. These are yummy, sturdy squares that would be great to pack up for school or for an outdoor adventure. They were also great to snack on at home, so mine didn’t even make it out the door.

If you don’t have the book Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple by Dorie Greenspan yet, get it and join us as we bake through it every second and fourth Tuesdays! Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll and all the other participation deets over on Tuesdays with Dorie!

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  1. Everyone is making these sound so good! I am looking forward to making them…I like how thick yours are..a nice hearty snack!

  2. These are so good! They are sitting on my desk at work and I’m snacking my way through the week on them!

  3. These seem to be very popular and from the looks of yours, I can see why. I think I need to get started on these for ball game watching…it seems like an ideal March Madness treat to me.

  4. Those look so good! Your photo makes me want to go ahead and make them now!

  5. These were so good- a definite repeat for me.

  6. I can’t wait to try these. Yours look delicious!

  7. I just made these but have not tried it yet. I plan on packing some of these up for my business trip. Sounds like they were a hit.


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