Just over 1 hour to…Duchess Camilla’s flapjacks

Cook up a batch of The Duchess of Cornwall’s deliciously buttery sultana flapjacks, for a tasty sweet treat.

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Camilla Duchess of Cornwall at Osborne House
Camilla Duchess of Cornwall visit to the Isle of Wight, UK – 24 Jul 2018
On arrival at Queen Victoria’s private beach, The Duchess will be welcomed by Dame Judi Dench, the Patron of the Friends of Osborne House and the curator of Osborne House, Michael Hunter. The Duchess will tour various parts of the estate including the Swiss Cottage where she will meet members of staff and volunteers.

Her Royal Highness and Dame Judi will take a horse and carriage from the Swiss Cottage to Osborne House where Dame Judi will show Her Royal Highness the new restored ‘Durbar Room’, which was one of the locations for the film ‘Victoria and Abdul’ in which Dame Judi Dench played Queen Victoria.

The Duchess will end her visit by meeting members of staff, volunteers and representatives of the Osborne Horse Trials, which opens to the public on the 25th July.

Packed with juicy sultanas, butter, porridge oats and a hint of mixed spice they’re perfect for picnics, lunchboxes and after school treats.
Duchess of Cornwall's flapjacks


450g plump sultanas

½tsp mixed spice

300g light brown sugar

300g rolled porridge oats

140g plain flour

350g butter

3tbsp golden syrup

READ MORE: Mary Berry’s delicious flapjacks!

1 Heat the oven to 180°C/Gas 4.

2 Place the sultanas, mixed spice, sugar, oats, flour and a pinch of salt into a large mixing bowl.

3 Melt the butter in a saucepan with the golden syrup and then add to the dry ingredients in the mixing bowl.

4 Grease a square baking tin approximately 20x20cm with a little butter. Press the mixture into the tin and bake for 40-45 mins until golden brown.

5 Leave to cool and then cut into 18 pieces. The flapjacks will keep for approximately two days.

Per serving: 375 cals, 18g fat (10g saturated), 35g carbs

This recipe is from the Celebrity Bake Book, a charity initiative supported by Food Network UK (Freeview 49 and Sky 262/263). The book features recipes from a host of celebrities and chefs, with all funds going towards the Ben Kinsella Trust.

Want something lighter? Try the Hairy Dieters’ skinny lemon cupcakes

For a speedy sweet treat make our British rocky fridge cake in just 10 mins!

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