Our original fruity flapjack was our first foray into flapjacks. We worked closely with the White family in their Cotswold bakery, taking their 30 year old traditional recipe and adding seven different fruits and seeds to create a soft and chewy wholesome bake.
about this snackOne of the most popular snacks in the graze kitchen, this sweet, gooey flapjack is made with sultanas, apricots, currants and dates, and the sunflower seeds give it an extra crunch. It’s one of our most trusted, wholesome and comforting snacks.
What makes it taste so good?Our flapjacks are made in the Cotswolds by the White family from their own 30-year-old recipe. These oaty delights are made with the finest british rolled oats and are hand baked in small batches, to make a flapjack that tastes genuinely homemade.
Our taste experts know what flavours taste great together, so they work with the family bakers, adding their own wholesome ingredients to craft the unique graze flapjacks. We wanted to develop a flapjack that packed a fruity punch with classic country flavours. The dried fruit give a sweet and chewy addition to the winning recipe.
What are the benefits?Because all our flapjacks are baked in small batches, the whole rolled oats keep all their natural goodness, making this healthy snack a source of fibre and manganese, a nutrient which supports the immune system and protects cells from oxidative stress.
When should you eat it?Whenever your cup of tea needs a friend! They make a perfect addition to a tea meeting but be warned, many of our grazers find them hard to share.
Source of fibre
Made with whole oats
Source of manganese
Suitable for vegans
Hand baked in small batches
for allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in boldGraze is not suitable for people with allergies.All of our food is packed in the same place, so cross-contamination between any of our ingredients is possible. Our snacks may contain traces of gluten, eggs, peanuts, soya, milk, nuts, celery, mustard, fish and sesame.