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14 Vegan Flapjacks You’ll Want to Make and Eat Right Away

14 Vegan Flapjacks You’ll Want to Make and Eat Right Away

Flapjacks don’t have to be packed full of dairy to make them delicious, you know? In fact, vegan flapjacks can often taste better than others – mainly because they’re made with cleaner and less-processed ingredients. We’ve rounded up some of the very best vegan flapjack recipes from around the internet to bring you a little bit of everything. Whether you’ve got a sweet tooth or like more traditional vegan flapjacks, there’s something here for you. 

Vegan Fruit and Nut Flapjacks

If you’re looking for something as close to a traditional flapjack as possible, these vegan fruit and nut flapjacks are the perfect alternative. All you need is one little swap, using vegan butter instead of a dairy version.

Then, add in your mixed nuts, fruit and seeds, et voila! These vegan flapjacks will take about 35 minutes to make and you’ll get around 16 portions out of them. Perfect as snacks or an on-the-go breakfast when you don’t have time to cook.

Easy Soft Salted Chocolate Flapjacks

What’s better than chocolate flapjacks? Vegan chocolate flapjacks, of course! These lightly salted flapjacks are so easy to make and you can do them with or without the chocolate – although why you’d make them without is beyond us!

They’re also packed full of fruit like banana and apple, so you can feel a little bit healthier when you eat them all in one sitting. This recipe takes 25 minutes in total and makes 20 portions, so you can snack to your heart’s content.

Healthy Vegan Protein Flapjacks

If you’re looking to up your protein and fibre intake, then these vegan flapjacks will be perfect for you. They’re perfect if you’ve been hitting the gym hard and want to increase your protein macros for the day. Plus, with no refined sugar, they’re a little healthier than some of the other vegan flapjack recipes on our list.

This recipe calls for hemp protein powder, but there are plenty of other vegan protein powders available if hemp isn’t your cuppa tea. You’ll get 10 protein-packed flapjacks out of this recipe, which takes around 35 minutes to make. 

Vanilla, Coconut and Chocolate Flapjacks

Vanilla, coconut and chocolate, what could be better? This recipe calls for vegan butter and vegan chocolate, to make a seriously delicious sweet treat. Perfect for an afternoon treat or as a breakfast on the go.

Tamsin has also included a few top tips to stop the chocolate from cracking when you cut it, so yours can look just as beautiful as the photos. You’ll get a total of 16 vegan flapjacks from this recipe, but you will have to wait a little while for everything to cool. Trust us, it’s worth the wait!

Cherry Bakewell Flapjacks

Not everyone is a big fan of chocolate-covered flapjacks, so how about something a bit tangier instead? Cherry bakewells are thoroughly delicious and this recipe combines a British classic with a flapjack flair. You’ll make your own cherry jam, flapjack base and almond topping to create these decadent sweet treats.

The only downside to making these cherry bakewell flapjacks is that you’ll want to eat them all in one sitting. If you can resist the urge, then they’ll last for a few days in an airtight container in the fridge. They only take around 40 minutes to make, too!

Vegan Apple Cinnamon Flapjacks

If you’re looking for something a little autumnal to enjoy with a cup of tea on a chillier evening, then you can’t go wrong with these apple cinnamon vegan flapjacks. They’re super simple and fairly healthy, meaning you can enjoy them as a snack or even just for breakfast.

The combination of sweet apple and spicy cinnamon will get your tastebuds tingling. You’ll get 16 flapjacks out of this recipe and it takes a total of 35 minutes. This is the kind of vegan flapjack recipe you’ll want to make time and time again… 

Carrot and Raisin Vegan Flapjacks

Like carrot cake? If so, you’re going to love this alternative vegan flapjack! You don’t need a whole ton of ingredients for these flapjacks either, and many of them you’ll probably already have stock of.

Using porridge oats, vegan butter, vanilla essence, carrots, raisins, cinnamon, and a few other pantry staples, they take just 25 minutes to make. You could also play around with different dried fruit or even some grated orange zest on the top. Yummy!

Easy Chocolate Flapjacks

Gluten-free, vegan flapjacks that only need a few ingredients… What could be better? These easy chocolate flapjacks really are a doddle to make and take just 10 minutes prepping and 35 minutes cooking.

You’ll need just five ingredients with some optional vegan white chocolate for drizzling if you want them to look as good as the pictures. We do! You’ll get 10 servings out of this recipe, if you don’t eat them all at once. They just look so good. 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Flapjack Bars

Yet another vegan flapjack recipe that’s packed full of protein! Nourishing Amy created this recipe to boost your protein macros and ensure you get a nice dose of healthy fats, too.

If you’re looking for a snack for before or after your workout, you can’t really go wrong with these. She has also recommended an alternative if you don’t want to put protein powder in these. They’ll take 10 minutes to make, plus time for cooling, and you’ll get 16 servings out of each batch.

Vegan Fruit Flapjacks

If you need a little bit of an energy boost during that afternoon slump, these vegan fruit flapjacks will help you get through the rest of the day (even at work). They are really easy to make and will take a total of 30 minutes, meaning you can make a big batch on a Sunday and snack on them through the week.

You can pick what kind of dried fruit you’d like to include, too. However, we’d highly recommend some cranberries for a tangy kick and prunes to up your fibre intake. You’ll get 8 servings out of this recipe, but you can double it up to make a bigger batch.

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Spiced Plum Vegan Flapjacks

We’re already salivating a little bit at the pictures of these spiced plum vegan flapjacks! This is another tangy recipe that will get all of your tastebuds tingling, thanks to a yummy plum compote as the base.

These would be perfect for an autumnal or wintry evening, curled up in front of the fire with a cup of tea… Or vegan hot chocolate! They take just over an hour to make, but you’ll get 12 servings out of each batch – so definitely worth the time taken.

Cacao and Coconut Flapjack Bars

We want to make these flapjacks just to show them off! In fact, they’re the perfect treat to take to your next party. Imagine presenting these to the host?! The base and topping is pretty simple to make, using a smooth nut butter to keep it all together.

For the topping, you’ll need coconut chips, freeze-dried raspberries and cacao-coated goldenberries. We have no idea where to get those, but we need a lot of them in our lives. They can be kept in the fridge to eat throughout the week, if you make them last that long.

5 Ingredient No-Bake Vegan Flapjacks

We love recipes that contain 5 ingredients or less. Who needs a lot of fancy different ingredients in the cupboard when you could make these? Plus, these vegan flapjacks are totally free from oils and refined sugar for those who are keen to eat clean.

This is easily the healthiest vegan flapjack recipe on our list, but don’t let that fool you. They’re simple to make and taste absolutely delicious. Finally, a treat we can enjoy completely guilt-free.

Blueberry and Coconut Oat Flapjack Bars

Vegan, gluten-free, refined sugar free, and absolutely delicious! These blueberry and coconut oat flapjack bars use just 6 ingredients and take just 30 minutes to make. The tanginess of the blueberry is carefully balanced with the sweet desiccated coconut, to create the ultimate in vegan flapjacks.

You’ll want to eat these for breakfast, as a mid-morning snack, mid-afternoon snack, and after dinner as dessert. Some vegan chocolate drizzle would finish these off perfectly.

Get the full recipe from Nourish Your Glow 

Looking to fill that flapjack hole in your life? Try out some of these vegan flapjacks and let us know what you think.

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