Question: what is the difference between pancakes and flapjacks? I always thought they were the same thing... My brother and I used to play this game. I have no idea how it started or where it came from... but basically it was about this man who was really crazy/out of his mind insane and the only thing that could cure him was more flapjacks.
That was it. That was the whole game. Creative, I know.
This is coming from the kids who used to put each other in cardboard boxes from the new home appliances and then proceed to push each other down the stairs. That was the best.
Another favourite? Indiana Jones, in which my brother got to play Indy and I was, of course, Henry; Indy's father... traditionally portrayed by Sean Connery and not a 6 year old girl. I used to just open and close an umbrella a lot to scare away the birds cause that's the only thing I could remember Henry doing in the movies. Then we would use my dads old belts and abseil off their 3 story bed. Obviously.
Anyway the flapjack game wasn't really our finest. However, whenever I hear the word flapjack... that's all I can think of.
Check out these pancakes (flapjacks?) They are the best vegan version I have ever made... delicious!
Vegan Flap-cakes... Pan-jacks? Recipe adapted from here
1 1/2 Cup Oatmilk 1 Tbs Sugar 2 Tbs Coconut Oil 1 Cup Spelt Flour 1/3 Cup All-Purpose Flour 1 tsp Baking Powder 1/4 tsp Salt 1 tsp vanilla extract 1-2 Tbs water, to thin batter if needed
Add all ingredients to a blender and blend for a minute or until everything is combined and smooth.
Heat a non-stick saucepan to medium heat. When it is good and hot, pour about a 1/4 c. of batter in the middle. Watch for bubbles to begin to rise. When they stop rising, flip the pancake and cook for another minute or two. The pancake should be a golden colour. Keep the pancakes in the oven at 180*C on a plate or in some tinfoil to keep them warm. This makes small silver dollar pancakes. Enough for two.
Top with Maple Syrup, and butter (vegan) and devour. Yum.