Healthy Sugar-Free Vegan Flapjacks

Delicious and healthy flapjacks that everyone will enjoy. Sugar-free, dairy-free, egg-free, delicious, vegan and healthy snack. Perfect for after school.

This is a very simple recipe that is ready in minutes. With the help of Momo the Thermomix, it is so simple in fact that my 8yo does it all by herself.

No refined sugar in sight, these flapjacks are sweetened by dried fruit, a ripe banana, a spoon of vanilla, and some delicious peanut butter.

Gluten-free? No problems. Simply use gluten-free oats when making this recipe

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Oats are full of goodness and an excellent way to keep little tummies full for longer.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

As a family, we have made these flapjacks countless times and they never last long – everyone gives them a 5/5 rating!

Too much sugar in your diet? A lot of shop-bought flapjacks are full of refined sugar. With a little help of Momo the Thermomix, this recipe takes minutes and 100% replaces refined sugar with natural one.

I use ManiLife sugar-free peanut butter to make these as they never go anywhere near a school gate. However, you were to add them to your children’s lunchbox, simply replace the peanut butter with coconut oil or margarine. It works just as well.

What material do you need to make these flapjacks?

It’s very likely that you already have pretty much everything you need in your home.

I obviously use my Thermomix to mix everything up, together to a strong yet flexible silicone spatula to get every bit of the mixture out!

You’ll also need a baking dish, some parchment / baking paper, and an airtight container to store (though, as I said, ours never last long enough to require storage!!)

What dried fruits do I need?

Literally anything you like, or have at home will work – apricots, cranberries, raisins, dates, figs. Either mix as you wish or just use one type. I like to use different ones every time to keep things interesting!

And that is it! Happy baking and enjoy!


  • 100g dried fruit of your choice
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1tsp vanilla extract
  • 50g peanut butter (or coconut oil)
  • 1/2 bicarbonate soda
  • 250g oats (use gluten free version if required)


  • Turn your oven on to 160C
  • Place the dried fruits in boiling water and soak for 5 minutes
  • In the meantime, add one ripe banana, 50g peanut butter (or coconut oil), 1tsp vanilla extract and 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda to the mixing bowl. Mix 10 seconds / speed 6
  • Drain the water from the fruits and add to the mixing bowl. Mix 10 seconds / speed 6
  • Add 250g oats to the mixing bowl. Mix 20 seconds / speed 4
  • Cover your baking tray (approx 20 x 15cm) with baking parchment
  • Tip the mixture into the tray and spread evenly
  • Bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
  • Once cool cut up in rectangles and enjoy!

Delicious. Bon appetit x

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