Recipe Directions

1. Put it all in the food processor (save the blueberries) and go crazy.

2. Spread onto parchment paper for the dehydrator in squares about a 1/2 inch thick and sprinkle blueberries on top (or you can mix it into the batter after processing).

3. Dehydrate at 110 degrees F overnight or until they look and feel desirable.

4. Peel off and top with whatever you like.

Lovin' My Sunshine's Thoughts

By Lovin' My Sunshine

I sprouted way too many buckwheat sprouts, and I was looking for a way to use them up.

I was also working at the Hospitality Kitchen and they needed people to take the extra bananas. Naturally, I volunteered. (Who could let bananas go to waste?!)

Anyways, I wound up with tons of bananas that were perfectly ripe and won’t last that much longer.

So I put the buckwheat and bananas together with a little vanilla, agave, and spice and it turned out a lot better than I expected.

Oh, and make sure the batter is very processed. No one likes crunchy buckwheat in their bananas! lol.

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I remember you telling me about this

I thought it wouldn't be very good because banana bread should be moist and it sounded like it would be really dry, but it sounds really good and looks amazing!

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