PLEASE NOTE: We will be closed from Sunday 26th June for our annual Potters holiday, and will resume our usual business hours from 7am on Tuesday 12th July. Because of this, we will not be sending out any courier orders after Tuesday 21st June until Tuesday 12th July, which means that the cut off for orders to be sent Tuesday 12th July will have to be placed no later than 4pm on Monday 20th June. Please be aware that any orders placed after this time will not be processed and sent out until Tuesday 12th July, which is when the courier service will resume. Please ensure that your full address, postcode and telephone number are included when you place your order, otherwise your order will not be processed.

Please also note that any phone calls or emails will not be answered until 12th July when the shop opens again.

 

We apologise for any inconvenience.

 

All orders placed before 4pm on Monday will be placed with Courier next day (Tuesday), to be delivered on Wednesday before 4pm. Orders placed after 4pm on Monday will be placed with courier the following Tuesday to be delivered next day (Wednesday) before 4pm.

Opening Times

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 7am - 4pm

Wednesday: CLOSED

Thursday: 7am - 6pm

Friday: 7am - 6pm

Saturday: 7am - 4pm

Sunday: 7am - 12.15pm

About Us

About Us

High Lane Oatcakes was established in June 1980, taking over an existing bakery, which went back over 100 years, and was using the original recipe, which we bought with the business.
The more we got involved in the making of the oatcakes we began to experiment with the ingredients, to try to enhance the Oatcake taste, texture and appearance.After numerous tasting sessions amongst friends, and ourselves we finally arrived at what we believe to be the ideal oatcake. The trusted recipe we developed is the same recipe we use today.

The Staffordshire Oatcake, a regional delicacy exclusive to the Potteries area of Staffordshire until recently, are now available by mail order, through our family run Oatcake Bakery, first established over 80 years ago. Staffordshire Oatcakes are similar to a pancake but made from white flour, oatmeal and yeast etc. Oatcake bakers have their own closely guarded recipe. The Oatcake (Peculiar to the potteries area of Stoke on Trent) has to be one of the most versatile food products on the market today, being as an alternative to bread and breakfast with bacon, cheese, egg, beans, mushrooms etc, or as a vehicle for fast food outlets where the ingredients are placed on an oatcake, which is then rolled and microwave in seconds. The Oatcake as well as being delicious as a savory dish is also excellent as a sweet course, e.g. lay out oatcake flat, sprinkle with brown sugar, slice a banana into two, long ways and add one half of banana to sugared oatcake, add chopped hazel nuts (optional) and roll up oatcake.

Make a basic sugar sauce by slowly adding brown sugar to water and small amount of orange juice and gently boiling until sugar has dissolved, finally pour sugar sauce over oatcake and place in oven or microwave until warmed through.

Nutritional content per oatcake:
Energy 328kj - 78 cal
Protein 2.3g
Fat 0.5g
Carbohydrate 15g
Fibre 8.9g
Calcium 22g

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