about this snackThink of your favourite flapjack and give it a protein boost. This recipe is made with deliciously nutritious ingredients including linseeds, pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds, as well as our innovative soy crispies, making it a tasty source of protein.
What are the benefits?Our nutritionist Jess recommends getting enough protein everyday to help maintain healthy muscle growth. Protein is a vital part of a balanced diet for everyone, not just for the body builders! When you increase your overall muscle mass, it means that your metabolism speeds up which makes you a better calorie burner.
Our taste expert have added soya protein crispies to our classic flapjack recipe, a simple blend of soy protein, rice flour, malt extract and a touch of salt. This is blended and then puffed in a similar way to rice crispies and makes these flapjacks a delicious source of protein.
The linseeds, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds added to the mixture make this flapjack a powerhouse of essential minerals, fibre and protein.
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 hand baked in small batches so the rustic rolled oats aren’t damaged, to make a flapjack that provides a source of fibre and tastes genuinely homemade.
When should you eat it?These are perfect as a post-gym snack or when you are in need of an energy boost in the middle of a hectic day.
original protein flapjack
oats (30%), margarine (vegetable oils [rapeseed, palm], water, salt), golden syrup, soy protein crispies (11%) (isolated soy protein, tapioca starch, salt), demerara sugar, linseeds (5%), sunflower seeds (4%), pumpkin seeds (3%), stabiliser: xanthan gum
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.
|per 100g||per punnet (54g)|
|Energy|| 2020 kJ |
| 1090 kJ |
| Fat |
of which saturates
| 27 g |
| 15 g |
| Carbohydrate |
of which sugars
| 49 g |
| 27 g |
|Fibre||5.6 g||3.0 g|
|Protein||14 g||7.7 g|
|Salt||0.99 g||0.53 g|