She’s studying the Wampanaog Indians in school. Yesterday, she made a pouch out of a brown paper lunch sack. The pouch was made in the style the Wampanaogs would have used centuries ago when traveling.
The purpose was to carry needed items in the large part of the of the bag while the smaller pouch held Journey Cakes.
The Journey cake and its pouch are a great way to provide a hands-on learning for children. Best of all, with a little syrup, the kids will happily eat up this nutritious snack.
1 Large Egg
1 1/2 C Milk
3/4 – 1 C Organic, Gluten-Free Cornmeal
1 tsp Sugar
1 tsp Salt
In small bowl, combine dry ingredients. In large bowl, mix milk and egg until blended, then add dry mixture. Batter will be thin when blended.
Pour large spoonfuls of batter onto greased griddle as you would pancakes. When batter bubbles and edges brown, flip over. Cook on other side.
Yield: About 20 Journey Cakes