Derbyshire Oatcakes have been a delicacy since the 17th century. Very different from the Scottish biscuit variation, the Derbyshire version are a cross between a pancake and a crumpet. Soft, round and pliable. They are thicker than the neighbouring Staffordshire variety. We may be biased, but ours are definitely tastier too!
Derbyshire Oatcakes have been using the same trusted recipe since 1949. A close guarded family secret, handed down through 3 generations of bakers. Handmade on Owlgreave farm situated in Combs, a quiet village set in the picturesque heart of the Peak District National Park. Derbyshire Oatcakes used locally sourced oatmeal and due to there health benefits and versatility are being used by local chefs in pubs and restaurants all over the high peak.
They have recently been featured on 'Nadiya's British Food Adventure' Click link below to take a look