Flapjacks ≠ Pancakes

Are flapjacks and pancakes the same thing?

Where we see an actual difference in flapjacks and pancakes is in the U.K. English “pancakes” are the same as American pancakes, but English “flapjacks” are more like American granola bars. They’re commonly made of rolled oats, butter and brown sugar, then baked in a tray and cut into squares or rectangles. It’s also normal to add your own touches like chocolate, dried fruit, nuts, yogurt and toffee pieces

(Via MEL Magazine)

Now we know, and knowing is half the battle.

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