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This is my very favorite recipe for bannock bread. It has gotten us through some very cold winters and is great with a small meal of soup and salad, or as an afternoon or late evening snack.
It is a super quick and very satisfying and filling bread to serve with a light meal, a salad, or on its own as a snack. I’ve heard it once said that “Rich Natives will sometimes add nuts, dried fruit or raisins”. (Giggle!)
- 2 cups flour (I tend to use half spelt, half white flour)
- 2 tbsp sugar
- 2 tbsp baking powder
- 2 pinches salt
- Enough water to make a thick dough
Mix all ingredients and form into large, thick patties.
Fry on lightly oiled pan, turning when bottom is golden.
If desired, spread with honey or jam, butter or peanut butter. The kids LOVE this!