Apple & Sultana Flapjack with Yoghurt Topping


Apple & Sultana Flapjack with Yoghurty ToppingMy traybake recipe to kick you off on The Pink Whisk Challenge for November – Apple & Sultana Flapjack with yoghurty topping – I have to admit that this recipe is more about the topping than it is the flapjack!

I’ve been working for ages trying to get a yoghurt type coating that tastes great and works well, although it is a fairly soft set topping, not rock hard, it is absolutely delicious!

You will need:

1 x batch of  basic Flapjack recipe here.

60g dried apple, chopped

50g sultanas


200g white chocolate

100ml natural yoghurt

When the flapjack has been made in the pan, following the instructions here, stir through the chopped dried apple and the sultanas.

Add the flapjack mixture to a lined tin (approx 20 x 20cm) and level.

Bake in the oven at 160c (fan)/180c/Gas Mark 4 for 20 minutes.

Remove from the oven and allow to cool fully in the tin.

For the topping, melt the white chocolate in a bowl, either in the microwave in short bursts or in the bowl above a pan of hot water.

Stir through the natural yoghurt and pour the mixture over the top of the cooled flapjack.

Place in the fridge for the topping to set.

Cut into slices and serve. A perfect traybake for any kind of bake sale!

Apple & Sultana Flapjack with Yoghurty ToppingApple & Sultana Flapjack with Yoghurty Topping

Ruth Clemens, Baker Extraordinaire



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10 Responses to Apple & Sultana Flapjack with Yoghurt Topping

  1. Ruth, I really like the topping idea!! My mind’s gone into overdrive now- where else would it work? ;-))

  2. Charlotte says:

    That looks delicious, I really fancy making it. Only trouble is, daughter can’t eat chocolate, any brainwaves as to what else I could mix with yoghurt so it would set? Thanks

  3. HELEN says:

    this looks lovely. I like the way you get such straight edges on your flapjacks…mine are usually more rustic looking!

  4. sueslade says:

    These look fantastic – have always wondered how to attempt a yoghurt topping – will be giving them a whirl next week!

  5. Belinda says:

    Made them and they were devoured very quickly. The icing is absolutely lovely!

  6. Gloria says:

    These are so scrummy – I made a batch and they were very easy to do but I had a heart-stopping moment when I made the icing and it went into a hard lump when I added the yoghurt to the warm chocolate but I just beat it vigourously and it went smooth again – phew! I shall make them at Christmas and put cranberries in instead of the sultanas for a festive feel! Thanks Ruth for another fab recipe!

  7. Claire says:

    Wow! These look incredible!

  8. britbabe says:

    OMG! how good are these? think they have to be in my top 10 of yummy things to eat…. my husband can’t get enough of them!

  9. Jane says:

    This is delicious with the topping.
    I also made a less naughty version without the topping, but with the addition of cinnamon to the flapjack mixture. Delicious apple crumble flavoured flapjack!

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