Oatcakes Recipe




Introduction: Oatcakes Recipe

This week I'm making a variation on the Scottish bannock. Like lembas, these oatcakes will keep you going through anything, be it a hike, or a night-long study session.

Things you will need:

40g Butter

2 tablespoons Flour

1.75 cups Rolled oats

0.25 cups water

3 tablespoons Honey

1 teaspoon salt

This recipe yields about 10 oatcakes.

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Step 1: Mix

Mix the ingredients in a bowl, until the dough is an even consistency. If you would like, now would be a good time to add berries or nuts for some extra flavor.

While you do this, preheat the oven to 350 degrees (F).

Step 2: Bake

Lay out the dough on a greased pan so that they are 1/4 of an inch think and 2 inches in diameter. Lay them out so that there is about an in ch between them.

Put them in the oven and bake for 30 minutes.

Step 3: Cool and Eat

After half an hour, take out the pan and let the oatcakes cool. In about half an hour, they are ready to eat.

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    4 years ago

    I will try these because they have zero sugar content. I'm finding sugar disagrees with my body somewhat in these last few years.


    Reply 4 years ago

    You can try them without honey and butter if you like. Or try substituting honey with berries.