Recipe Directions

  1. Start the morning before by making a banana crepe in the dehydrator. Blend 5-6 bananas and then spread the mix on 1 teflex sheet.
  2. Dehydrate 18-24 hours at 95 – 100°.
  3. Take your banana crepe out of the dehydrator and cut (should make about 6-8 crepes).
  4. Blend the nuts, lemon juice, brags and water to make a creme filling.
  5. Put some creme filling in the banana crepe and roll.
  6. Top with blended strawberries. Then, sprinkle with blueberries. A serving is likely 1-2 crepes.

You may want to wait a few minutes before serving to allow the strawberry sauce to soften the banana crepes. The crepes are also really good the next day if you leave it in the refrigerator with the strawberry sauce already on the crepes.

Kandace's Thoughts

This is a decadent, delicious Sunday morning treat! Based on a recipe from a video by Alyssa Cohen (I was taking notes while watching, so this may be a bit of a variation).

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Katie C.'s Review

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Fun to play with! I added vanilla to the bananas, and then made little "pancakes" out of it. I have a sweet tooth, so I just blended the berries right into the cream filling and added extra :) (Used raspberries and blackberries.) I imagine all kinds of fruit flavors would go well with the banana - mango, pineapple, strawberry-kiwi... and then I decorated some of the little "pancakes" as though they were cookies - spread the nut filling on, decorate with goji berries, hemp seeds, spices, etc. Fun!

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Delicious! Made them for a raw-food potluck we host and they were a hit.

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First thing I've made since getting my dehydrator. Best breakfast i've had since going raw. Thanks, absolutley amazing!!! Even my daughter liked them and shes so fussy with her food.

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I just pureed like 3 bananas in my Vita-Mix and the crepes are dehydrating right now.....Yay! So many things for my breakfast. I will use young coconut-almond milk based cream instead of macadamia-cashew based cream. It is lighter and less "nutty".

BeTheChange, what are you using in you cream filling? You forum posts say you are giving up nuts.

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cooooooooooooooooooooool

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Wow! So many things to make with my excalibur! I'm glad there are lighter, more fruit based things I can eat for breakfast.

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This is the first thing I am making when my new dehydrator arrive. It sounds sumptious. MMMMMMMM.

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My crepes turned pretty dark brown as well, almost a maple syrup color, slightly transluscent but still yummy! This recipe was so delicious, even if my version wasn't the prettiest!

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good picture

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Ok, I am getting a dehydrator this weekend just so I can make this recipie!

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EattoLive: I'm not sure about the color - mine did get a bit darker, but not dark brown. Did it still taste good?

wanna_B_raw: I didn't soak the nuts for this recipe.

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Looks Wonderful!

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oh my!! thank you so much for this recipe. i had them this morning and they are a delicacy..mmmm

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Super, if you want to have them less sweet use less banana and add some berries into the mix.

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Were the nuts soaked first?

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I made a huge batch from the recipe in Alissa's book, and even my mom liked these. I ate banana crepes straight for two or three days and nothing else till they were gone, all self control thrown by the wayside! These are just like the real thing!

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crepes from straight bananas. how awesome.

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Kandace, my blended bananas turned dark brown while dehydrating. I am new to the dehydrating thing. Do you think I did something wrong?

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Tried it the other day and it is absoluntly amazing! I used almonds and pine nuts for the filling. And I went on Alissa's site where you can look inside her book, one of the preview pages is of this recipe, she uses sweetner with the strawberries, I used dates. I ate nearly the whole 3 batches I made...

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The crepes are so versatile. I blended 2 T of cashew butter, 1 T raw cacao, 1 T agave, cinnamon and 1/4 c. raw oats and put that in the crepe with chopped strawberries. My daughter loved it!

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wowee this looks good thanks for posting it!!!

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Oops, looks like I forgot to type a step in there! The creme filling is a mix of the nuts, lemon juice, soy and water. As far as dehydrating, you only need to dehydrate the bananas to make the crepe.

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I need some clarification on this one. Do you add everything together and dehydrate? What is the creme filling? Thanks!

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I have Cohen's book with this recipe, and I gave it a try. I was a bit unsure, as the banana leather was very banana-y and sweet. But after leaving the crepes overnight to enjoy the next morning they were awesome! I didn't have any macadamia nuts; I ended up using some cashew butter I had made and almond meal, and the taste and consistancy was still very yummy.

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This recipe is unbelievably delicious. Can't believe it's raw.

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