This is the Golf Course Nutrition second post, with another really easy recipe so you can take some great food out onto the golf course to help improve your performance. This recipe, again, is healthy, its quick to make, easy to carry in your golf bag, easy to eat on the go and will provide the right slow release energy needed to play your best on the golf course.
This recipe is for Flapjacks.
Similarly to the last post, these are Flapjacks have no sugar (except from the sugar in the Protein powder, if you choose to use it) and no butter, yet still taste great. Furthermore, they are simple and quick to make, even for those ‘non-baker’ types out there.
Here’s how I made mine:
Pre heat oven to 175 degrees C.
Blend the following ingredients:
- 100g oats
- 1 x scoop of Chocolate Protein powder (35-40g) from MyProtein.com
- 40g of unsweetened desiccated coconut
- 35g Flax Seeds
- 45g Mixed Seeds
- 1 tsp cinnamon
Place all the blended ingredients into a bowl and mix in the following:
- (Microwaved for 30-60s) 2 tbsp Coconut Oil and 3 tbsp Honey
Mix together and tip onto a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper, firmly squashing it all together.
Bake for about 20 minutes.
Allow to cool and cut into bars. This makes 6+ Flapjacks.
Store in the fridge.
Wrap them up and they are ready to take onto the golf course.
This was how I made mine, however, you can find the original recipe HERE.
If you haven’t read part one, where I share a healthy Biscuit recipe which is also great for the golf course, click HERE.