Make your own Old Fashioned Flap Jacks in a Sack mix to have on hand for a quick, hearty breakfast or as great gift basket or gift bag addition.

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  • FlapJacks in a Sack Mix

    Make your own Old Fashioned Flap Jacks in a Sack mix to have on hand for a quick, hearty breakfast or as great gift basket or gift bag addition.

    4 cups quick oats
    2 cups all-purpose flour
    2 cups whole wheat flour
    1 cup packed brown sugar
    1 cup powdered milk
    3 tablespoons baking powder
    2 tablespoons cinnamon
    2 1/2 teaspoons salt
    1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar

    Combine all ingredients & measure 2 cups into ziploc or cone shape or vacuum seal bag (or jar). (makes 4 bags) Use within 3 months if stored in jar, ziploc-style bag, or within 6 months if using a vacuum seal bag.

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    2 eggs, beaten
    1/3 cup oil
    1 pkg. flapjack mix
    1 c. water
    Pour 1/4 cup batter on lightly oiled hot griddle.
    Cook until bubbles form on top of pancake. Flip once, cooking until golden brown.

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    Comments 4 Comments
    1. homer e's Avatar
      homer e -
      what is the shelf life
    1. cjsmith45's Avatar
      cjsmith45 -
      How many flapjacks does each 'bag' make?
    1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
      FreebieQueen -
      Use within 3 months if stored in jar, ziploc-style bag, or within 6 months if using a vacuum seal bag. Makes about 8-10 flapjacks per pkg.
    1. homenurse's Avatar
      homenurse -
      If you store these in a vacuum-sealed jar, can you store them for 6 mos?
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