Me: Would Johnny like to come for a sleepover next Friday? Elf has been asking for ages.
Sunday, 31 July 2011
Sunday, 17 July 2011
I'm not a bad cook. Admittedly I'm better at savoury courses than puddings. But I make nice buns, OK loaves, nice savoury flapjacks, so why on earth do my sweet flapjacks always crumble? Why oh why? My cheese ones didn't crumble, they stayed together beautifully.
I followed a different recipe this time. The first one was a netmums one, this one from a book on children's lunchboxes. Each time - failure. They taste nice, but they crumble.
Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong? Your advice most certainly welcome. I am slightly embarrassed, as flapjacks are always in the "Cooking with children" sections! And it was the first thing I made in Home Economics at school aged 11, along with freshly squeezed orange juice!
At least I will be able to team it with Greek yogurt for a nice breakfast this week eh?