I disagree (respectfully) with the previous reviewers who said this recipe doesn't work as is. I followed it to the "T," making sure to completely melt the sugar and corn syrup and brown sugar. It takes a little longer, but it's worth it. I used "quick oats" and easily fit all 3 cups worth in with the melted mixture by just mixing one cup at a time. I pressed it all into a pan (greased the bottom only) which help it to stick together better, too, and I used chocolate chips instead of raisins. I would bake it for the full 30 minutes next time as it was a little bit soft from less time. But the big key is cooling completely. I tried them before that and the parts that were still warm broke apart while the pieces completely cooled stayed together. During my time living in England, I tasted quite a few variations of flapjacks. These definitely tasted authentic. ENJOY!
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I disagree (respectfully) with the previous reviewers who said this recipe doesn't work as is....