First up, get the little darlings to wash their hands in warm water with soap or washing up liquid in. Some of these kids hadn't washed their hands in at least 4 days, probably longer :)
Pop all the dry ingredients in a large bowl or large ziploc bag. Pour in the oil then add the water slowly, stirring the bowl or massaging the bag as you go.
When you have something that looks vaugley dough like, tip out onto a lightly floured board or table and roll or press into as evenly thin as possible. If it looks too wet and is sticking to everything, add more flour. If it is dry and crumbly, pop back in the bowl or bag and add a bit more water at a time until it looks smooth.
Some of the kids used a rolling pin but you can press with your hands or roll with a bottle or even squash the dough with a plate or pan base. This is definitely the time to play with your food :)
The kids love to shape their breads into all kinds of shapes, but by keeping them thin and even they'll taste much better as they'll be cooked evenly. The other bonus of rolling them really thin is that they'll be bigger so they can fit more chocolate spread on!
Heat up a skillet or frying pan on the fire or gas stove and add a little dash of oil. You don't really want a lot of oil in there, just enough to stop the bread from sticking.
Cook each flatbread for a couple minutes, until the dough puffs up with fat bubbles and the bottom looks golden brown in places. Flip over and cook the other side.
Spread with oodles of chocolate spread and devour greedily.
Simple Flatbread Recipe ~ Campfire Cooking
Amount Per Serving
Calories 31Calories from Fat 27
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 0g0%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.