This is my famous flapjack/health bar sugar-free recipe that I've been making regularly for years. Famous because people in other countries have actually been making it! And it really is a 'health' bar because every ingredient is nutritious and good for you, unlike those you buy in shops. Be warned: it's not a buttery, super sweet flapjack though so if you are new to healthy foods, it will taste very, errr, 'healthy'. But I actually prefer these & you can wolf them down. A very forgiving recipe with no accurate quantities, just bung in what you fancy & they only take 5 mins to make before baking. Mine was roughly: -Preheat oven to approx 180 -Mash or blend 3-4 ripe bananas, the riper the better and black is fine! -Stir in a tablespoon of Molasses (this is optional but adds sweetness, a nice rich colour and a good dose of iron & calcium). - Then add a few tablespoons each of whichever you fancy of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, chopped nuts, sultanas or raisins, chopped dried apricots, chopped dates etc (all optional) - Chop 1 or 2 apples into small pieces and stir them in (optional) - Get a couple of tablespoons of ground flaxseeds, stirred into a little water. Leave it for a few mins to thicken (or warm in microwave) and it will go gooey. This is a well known vegan egg substitute & helps to bind them but isn't essential. - Finally add lots of rolled Oats. I like the bigger ones but either are fine. Just bung them in and stir. Keep adding until it feels like it will bind together with a little pressure, it's not too wet & every oat is well covered. - Taste and check you're happy with it. If it's tasty on the way in, it'll be even tastier when it's cooked. - Squish it into a baking dish with the back of a spoon, approx 2cms deep & bake for about 20-30 mins. I greased with a little coconut oil. - Give it a poke after 20 mins and check it's not too squidgy. If it is bake for another 5 mins at a time. If it's browning too much then put foil over the top. - The quantities are VERY approximate because you can't really go wrong. The worst that can happen is they come out either a bit soft or a bit crumbly, no big deal. - Particularly nice eaten warm from the oven.