I could have sworn I posted this recipe before, but I couldn't find it. So since I was texting it to @Bear, thought I would stick it on here. Just remember that the portions are hanzo style (not measured). Dry stuff: Flour (I'm guessing 2-3 cups, just eyeball to figure out how big a bannock you want to make) Semi-sweet chocolate chips (about three big handfuls, or what I tell the monkeys is way too much) Baking powder (1-2 teaspoons) Sea salt (1/2 - 2/3 teaspoons) Mix the dry stuff The butter and salt are optional, but we like it this way. I melt butter (1-2 tbsp, or whatever you feel like. It varies when I make it.) and add a little water to it to cool it down. Pour liquid onto the dry stuff and mix Add water a little at and time and mix until it looks something like this. Add dry flour to your hand(s) that is going to be boring the bannock mix as well as sprinkle some dry flour onto the wet dough and bowl. Flop it around until you can handle it without it sticking to you. Looks like this. Heat up a pan on medium and melt some butter in it and spread it around. Put the dough in the middle and press it with your hand(s) that has flour on it. Flatten and spread it out. Looks like this, but bigger. Made a small one tonight because we ran out of chocolate chips, so I dumps the bag (about two handfuls) in and had put let flour at the start. About six minutes a side, depending on your stove. But try that and see. You know the toothpick test right? Again, optional, put I pour some more melted butter on top. Spread it, and sprinkle a little bit of sea salt on it. That butter will also make that side brown really nicely. Here's the first flip. I spread a little more butter on and sprinkle a little more sea salt on this side. After six minutes, I flip it again for just a very short while, like a minute to brown the butter. If you didn't add butter, you would be done before the flip. This is what the nicely brown buttered side looks like. You can tear it. Some people say it is bad luck to cut bannock. I say phooey, since cut bannock is called a scone. You can cut it with a knife, but a pizza cutter is easy.