Can diabetics eat flapjacks?

Can diabetics eat flapjacks?

If you are diabetic or want to avoid all types of sugar, including honey and dates, it is possible to still make flapjacks.

What holds flapjacks together?

Over boiling the sugar, butter and syrup, is one possible reason for flapjacks being so hard. Simmering the butter, sugar, syrup mixture on low heat is better. Adding flour helps make them chewy and soft.

Are flapjacks healthy?

Flapjacks contain high levels of sugar, syrup and butter, meaning it shouldn’t be mistaken as a food that has many health benefits but rather as a delicious treat to have in moderation.

What can diabetics eat for snacks?

The 21 Best Snack Ideas If You Have Diabetes

  1. Hard-Boiled Eggs. Hard-boiled eggs are a super healthy snack for people with diabetes.
  2. Yogurt with Berries.
  3. Handful of Almonds.
  4. Veggies and Hummus.
  5. Avocado.
  6. Sliced Apples with Peanut Butter.
  7. Beef Sticks.
  8. Roasted Chickpeas.

Why do my flapjacks never stick together?

The type of oats used can also effect the texture. The larger “jumbo” (old fashioned) oats tend to give a crumblier flapjack as they don’t seem to bind so well. If the mixture continues to be crumbly then you may like to increase slightly the amount of golden syrup in the mixture.

Is there a substitute for golden syrup?

To sum it up, the best golden syrup substitutes are light corn syrup and brown rice syrup. However, agave nectar, honey and maple syrup are also quite good alternatives. Making your own homemade version of golden syrup is also a great option!

Can I use honey instead of golden syrup?

Likewise, you may replace golden syrup with honey. But, honey can be expensive and may give you a slightly different flavor. Another problem with honey is that as compared to golden syrup, it reacts differently to heat and so may affect the flavor of the dish.

Can you use honey instead of golden syrup?

What kind of oil do you use to make flapjacks?

I used my favourite coconut oil in them, from Coconut Merchant. This sugar free flapjack recipe with coconut oil is therefore different from traditional flapjacks that contain butter or margarine. Coconut oil has a number of benefits that you can read about here.

Are flapjacks sugar free?

Due to the fact that traditional flapjacks are super heavy and sugary, there are many healthier variations that omit the use of sugar. Plus, there are also low-calorie versions. This doesn’t only include sugar free flapjacks, but sometimes people also omit the butter element and substitute with coconut fat.

How can I make flapjacks healthier?

To make these flapjacks healthier I have used bananas and dates to sweeten them. They don’t contain any added sugar. These are not crunchy but are instead soft flapjacks that don’t damage your teeth when you bite into them! I used my favourite coconut oil in them, from Coconut Merchant.

What are flapjacks made of?

The bottomline is flapjacks generally consist of rolled oats, butter, brown sugar, and golden syrup or honey. There are several known versions of flapjack recipes out there in the world, which include nuts, dried fruits and even chocolate. However nothing beats this sugar free flapjacks recipe.

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