Bannock is a very simple bread that can be baked, fried, or cooked over an open fire. Mix some all-purpose white flour in a bowl; you can add in a handful of cornmeal or whole other grain (wheat, multi-grain, oat, corn).
Scottish Bannock Bread Recipe - This bread recipe was brought over by the Scots when they made America their new home. Original Old World Scottish bannock is best described as an unleavened (no yeast, sourdough starter or baking powder is used for rising power), and is made from oatmeal and/or barley flour
This Cinnamon Sugar Bannock is a sweetened up version of the classic bread recipe! It's ready in just 15 minutes and tastes like a cross between buttermilk biscuits and doughboys! It's great for breakfast, brunch, or as a dinner side!
This three (or four, depending on your cooking preferences) ingredient recipe is heaven-sent, let me tell you. Unlike yeast bread, there’s no waiting time for this recipe. There’s no need to wait for the yeast to activate, so you’ll have hot arepas ready in no time when the need arises. The kneading stage doesn’t take long, either. Lazy recipes = my kind of recipes.
Bannock Bread Ingredients: 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 T baking powder 1 1/2 t salt 1 1/2 cups water 1 cup blueberries Directions: Mix dry ingredients , add water quickly & continue to stir. Add blueberries and mix into batter. Spread batter on pie plate & put in a preheated oven, heated to 425 F. Bake for 20 minutes.
campfire bread, baked on a stick recipe. We used to also bring the refrigerated biscuits and then wrap them around the bottom of a stick to make a cup. After it was cooked we would put pie filling in it! Yummy and fun camping food.