I have been lurking and occasionally taking part in discussions here for some time. I have never heard of Bannock until I came to this forum, so I started looking into it and found out I have not only been using it for years, but about 30 years or so ago I came up with my own recipe for Bannock. Not just a little bit, but a rather large batch. I use this mix just as you would use Bisquick or any other biscuit mix. You can make anything from it including Bannock, Biscuits, Flapjacks, Brownies, Peanut Butter Brownies, Coffee Cake, and the list goes on and on. I make it and put it into gallon sized plastic bags. It lies flat in the freezer that way and will keep almost indefinitely. It doesn’t usually last quite that long at my house. I always wanted to write a cook book and thought I would call it “Fat Franks Favorite Fix’ns” with that in mind, I called this “Fat Franks Flapjack Mix”. A friend of mine added the word “Fabulous” to it and he died a short time later, so in honor to him (not me) I changed the name to “Fat Franks Fabulous Flapjack Mix”. I’m still working on the cook book. Here is my Large and Small Batch recipes: Large Batch of Mix, You will need the following ingredients: 5 lbs Unbleached flour 2 ½ Cups Dry Milk ¾ Cup Baking Powder 1 Tablespoons Salt (optional) 3 ¾ Cups Butter Flavor shortening Small Batch of Mix You will need the following ingredients: 8 Cups Unbleached Flour 1 Cup Dry Milk ¼ Cup plus 1 Tablespoon Baking Powder 1 Teaspoons Salt (optional) 1 ½ Cups Butter Flavor Shortening Mixing instructions are easy, mix all dry ingredients together and blend well. Cut in the Shortening until the mixture resembles corn meal. For Biscuits add about 1/3 cup liquid (water, milk, fruit juice etc.) to every cup of mix, shape it and bake it. Try adding cooked and crumbled bacon, or what ever meat you have available. For Flapjacks (pancakes for those who don’t know) add about ½ cup of liquid and a little sugar to each cup of the mix. I love making them with fruit juice and add the same fruit or a complimentary fruit to the mix. For Bannock, make the biscuit recipe and put whatever you want into it. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have. Now I’m hungry, I think I will go eat.