Back at the homeland, when I was going to an all girls school in London we used to have a break around ten every morning where the teachers would stop to drink a cup of tea and the students would go down into the lunch hall where they were served a choice of warm French bread or warm chocolate chip flapjack. It was so very normal to me that only when we moved to the States and I realized flapjack was another name for a pancake did I fully appreciate those mid-day breaks. So to me... this takes me back to Year 7 and is definitely my ultimate comfort food. If you haven't tasted a real flapjack before, do yourself a favor and make a batch. The only thing you might have to go out of your way for is the Golden Syrup, ask around, I'm sure one of your local stores will carry it. Additional ingredients... If you're feeling especially English then you'll add raisins, if you're feeling like a Hudson then you'll add chocolate chips. Go on, have a go.
1 Stick of Butter (Cut into cubes)
1/2 Cup of Brown Sugar
1/4 Cup of Golden Syrup
2 1/3 Cup of Oats
1 Pinch of Salt
Combine the first three ingredients together until the butter is melted.
Add a pinch of salt.
Mix in the oats and transfer into a greased baking dish.
Push the mixture down into the dish with a spoon.
Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.
Cut, Serve, Eat.