Our Favourite Vegan Flapjack Recipes
There’s nothing quite like tucking into a gooey and nutty bite of flapjack that’s brimming with dried fruit and crunchy oats. Here are some of our all-time favourite vegan recipes for you to try and home.
Val’s vegan flapjack recipe
This recipe for vegan apricot flapjacks might just be the last one you ever need. They’re chewy, sweet and just a little nutty and tangy too for good measure. Each mouthful comes with a bite of crunchy pecan nuts folded through golden oats that are all topped off with vegan white chocolate. They’re the perfect energy boost for everything from long walks to long meetings.
More vegan flapjack recipes
This recipe from Cupful of Kale will not only bring a smile to your face but also provide you with soft and chewy chocolate, vanilla and coconut flapjacks. They’re sweet and oaty and perfectly paired with a cup of tea.
Photo credits: Cupful of Kale
This easy vegan flapjack recipe from Thinly Spread brings a satisfying crunch with every mouthful from the not-so-secret ingredient, cornflakes. This is the ideal recipe when time is limited but you won’t compromise on flavour.
Photo credits: Thinly Spread
This is a decadent recipe for banana and peanut butter flapjacks from One Green Planet that is guaranteed to impress any tastebuds it comes into contact with. Its blended banana, peanut butter and maple syrup-soaked oats make for an indulgent on-the-go breakfast.
Photo credits: One Green Planet
Here’s a sugar-free flapjack recipe from Bake The Neat that pulls its natural sweetness from semi-dried dates, figs and apricots and balanced by a slight tang from cranberries and sultanas. All of which makes this a great healthy option.
Healthy Jon has a great recipe for raw vegan flapjacks that are utterly filling (and secretly healthy). It’s a set combination of nut butter, seeds, oats and lots of fruit. Definitely worth giving a go.
Photo credits: Healthy Jon
Be sure to tell us which recipes you try in the comments below.
by Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Interns who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.