Flapjack was one of my favourite treats as a child so I decided to create this recipe and see what can happen when you throw some high quality craft chocolate in the mix. Traditionally the ingredients of flapjack are very minimal but I decided to jazz things up a bit. This recipe is so easy to make and takes no time at all, even for an amateur baker like myself. Enjoy!Ingredients (makes nine)135g whole rolled oats135g quick/Scotch rolled oats120g butter (or dairy-free alternative)110g raw sugar2 Tbsp golden syrup (or honey)60g dark chocolate (around 75%), broken into small pieces5 Tbsp Fix & Fogg Everything Butter (or crunchy peanut butter) 1 heaped tsp cinnamon4 Tbsp cacao nibs1/2 tsp sea saltInstructions1. Put all of the ingredients except for the oats and cacao nibs into a pan and heat gently on a low heat. Stir until all of the ingredients are combined and all of the chocolate is melted (takes around 8 minutes).2. Combine mixture with oats and cacao nibs in a large bowl. Stir thoroughly until evenly mixed. 3. Put mixture in a small baking tray, lined with baking paper, and flatten out - should be around 2-3cm deep. Bake in preheated oven on 175°C for 30 minutes.4. Leave to cool on a cooling rack for an hour, then slice into squares and devour!