Overview

These raw pancakes are extremely rich so reserve for special occasions! I actually can only handle one pancake to myself. Banana actually goes surprisingly well with these pancakes.
  • Prep Time

    10 min
  • Total Time

    10 min
  • Suggested Servings

    6 servings
  • Yield

    6 pancakes; (6 servings - 1 pancake per person)
  • Shelf Life

    3 days in fridge
  • Equipment

    None

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Place all ingredients in a large bowl and mix thoroughly with a spoon.
  • 2. Form into pancakes! This recipe makes 6 pancakes.
  • 3. Serve with a generous helping of your absolute favorite fruits, like fresh or thawed raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, sliced bananas, or whatever suits your fancy!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

No equipment  required for this easy raw recipe. These pancakes are extremely heavy and rich so reserve for special occasions! I actually can only handle one pancake to myself.

You can easily halve this recipe.

You must use ground/milled flax seeds - not whole flaxseeds! (In other words, this is more like using "flour" than using "oats" if you get my drift!)

Banana actually goes surprisingly well with these pancakes.

Nutrition Overview

B+grade
  • This recipe is very low in Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is an excellent source of Dietary Fiber.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, Iron, and Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Calcium, and Riboflavin.

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Hi Janie, so glad you enjoyed these! It's nice to be able to test  - especially when making something for the first time. Glad you are making use of the app, too! xox

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These were delicious!! Made them this morning for my mama and I..she enjoyed as well. :) The only thing I goofed on was accidentally adding too much honey - my heart has been doing cartwheels since after breakfast lol

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My daughter & I love these pancakes! we top with thawed berries from the freezer and just a tiny drizzle of real maple syrup. After being in the fridge a while they make a nice finger-snack to take along on trips. I also tried dehydrating one last night along with my apple chips and I really like how it turned out! I didn't dry it out too much, just enough to make it a little less messy & a little more portable. I also like how extremely simple they are. Sometimes we will add a flavor, like cinnammon, vanilla, orange zest, etc. to get more variety of flavor.

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I used pre ground flax. Found pancakes hard to form. Very dry mixture

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Hmm, was your coconut oil melted?

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My daughter and I love these pancakes! She is 6 and we are on the go too often. These are easy to make, easy to freeze/thaw, easy to bring, not messy to eat in car (no syrup or jam instead) and we even dehydrated them with some success! A definite favorite!

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Oh, I love to hear this, Rebecca! Perfect that your daughter loves them, too! :)

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Chuck Touseull's Review

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Like some others, mine came out gooey. Is this normal?
Also, it had a much smoother texture than the picture.
I ground my own flax meal with a Vitamix.

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Interesting! I've never had mine turn out gooey... hmm. Did you follow the instructions exactly, or did you sub a sweetener? Not sure what to say, Chuck!

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Laura-Jane,

I did not sub with any sweetener.

Did you buy a Flaxseed meal or grind your own. I ground my own with a Vitamix grinder attachment.

Thanks!
Chuck

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Hi Chuck! If grinding yourself, you need to measure the amount AFTER grinding and not before. (In this case I used preground – grinding your own can work but you must measure after).

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Mine turned out nothing like the pictures and I used exact ingredients and measurements.... It was very grainy and kind of gooshy.... Not sure what can be changed, as I see other reviews had the same issue :\

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Hi Kalie! I used this recipe to make the pic above and followed it to the letter :) Was your coconut oil liquid? And how finely ground was your flax meal?

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These were great. A hit with my husband who loves pancakes :) Like most raw things I go into the recipe expecting them not to taste anything like "regular" versions on food. Then when they are similar, its a nice surprise and not a disappointment :) thanks for a good recipe.

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Awesome to hear, Ashleyjane! I'm glad you both loved the pancakes!

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I don't know why but I couldn't make myself like these. I am new to this whole raw eating and regular pancakes are my favorite breakfast food! I know these weren't going to taste dead on like regular pancakes but I could not finish it. I put strawberries & maple syrup on top too but it just didn't do it for me. It was a mixture of taste and texture. a little too salty and grainy to me. could you substitute Almond flour/wheat for it? Would that help?

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Hi Brittany,

Thanks for your honest review. They definitely aren't totally pancakey, I agree on that front :)

If you have a dehydrator, there are good dehydrated pancake recipes that don't taste as gritty

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So easy to make yeat so delicious...I can highly recommed these babies!

Thanks for the recipe girl!

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So glad you enjoyed Elisa!

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Should the coconut oil be solid form or liquid form? My pancakes came out like wet sand.

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Hi Mike!

Liquid form works best :)

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No way!! I must try these out asap!! Yum :)

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:) Hope you like!

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My daughter & I love these pancakes! we top with thawed berries from the freezer and just a tiny drizzle of real maple syrup. After being in the fridge a while they make a nice finger-snack to take along on trips. I also tried dehydrating one last night along with my apple chips and I really like how it turned out! I didn't dry it out too much, just enough to make it a little less messy & a little more portable. I also like how extremely simple they are. Sometimes we will add a flavor, like cinnammon, vanilla, orange zest, etc. to get more variety of flavor.

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Good to hear you're experimenting, Rebecca. Find what you like best! :)

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I blended up some frozen strawberries and almond milk, touch of maple syrup ( like ice cream) and ummmm. Thanks for all your great recipes!

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Yum, what a wonderfully delicious way to start the day Christina!

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marya194's Review

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OMG, I am totally in love with these pancakes!! They are delicious!! Super easy to make and very filing.

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