Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Viking Pancakes

We are studying the Vikings in school right now. Today we learned about Longhouses and about the different roles each family member played. We learned the women did all the cooking and food preparation. They were also responsible for ensuring there was enough food stored for the long winter. We made Viking pancakes for lunch and then we compared and contrasted them to pancakes we like to eat.


4 Tablespoons Whole Wheat Flour

4 1/2 Tablespoons White Flour

1/8 tsp salt

3/4 cup of milk

Honey to Drizzle on Top

The Vikings used whatever fruit would be in season. Since it's apple season we choose apples for ours. About 2 apples diced

(makes about 10 small pancakes)

Cooking up our pancakes. They cook fast, but they do not puff up at all so watch them close
Looking ready to flip!
Drizzle honey on top just like the Vikings did!
Tastey little pancakes! Elijah said "they taste like apple crisp"
What the boys thought about the Vikings pancakes and the pancakes we usually eat!

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