Examples of flapjack in a Sentence
for breakfast, there's bacon and flapjacks with syrup
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The days of hot breakfast Before ready-to-eat cereal, breakfast for many Americans used to mean ham, bacon, eggs, toast, oatmeal or flapjacks.
Every breakfast-loving home cook worth her flapjacks knows a well-seasoned, two-burner cast-iron griddle is the key to proper diner-style chow.
And a few appeared to simply consist of flat layers of fabric stacked up like flapjacks with a model in the middle.
These flapjacks are a rich, eggy treat that Robson chose to serve taco-style with bruléed plantains, ice cream and crema.
Not to be missed are the Ricotta Pancakes ($14), a stack of three flapjacks drizzled with a Sicilian-style honey and vanilla syrup.
Dads would have to make them for everyone, burn them a little on one side, as dads often do, and serve big, steaming stacks of flapjacks dripping with syrup.
But the real sleeper hit is the brunch spread, with a hearty stack of velvety buttermilk flapjacks that would put any veteran pancake house to shame.
Make way for maple this fall as the rich ingredient spreads beyond humble stacks of flapjacks.
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FLAPJACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flapjack for English Language Learners
: a thick, sweet cake made of oatmeal usually with molasses or honey
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