Recipe Directions

To make the buckwheat flour, soak buckwheat overnight in purified water. The next day, place in dehydrator all day. I make a big batch of buckwheaties every few weeks and store them in an air-tight glass container. I use them for parfaits, salads, crunchy chocolate treats, and now this. To make the flour, process dry Buckwheaties in your food processor. Add bananas to food processor along with rest of the ingredients EXCEPT blueberries. After mixing all ingredients for the pancakes, add the blueberries into the mixture and stir gently with a spoon. Drop with a spoon onto teflex sheets in pancake shapes and thickness. Place in dehydrator for 3 hours. Flip and dehydrate three or more hours, depending on how firm you want them.

To make syrup, place berries and dates in blender and blend until smooth. Drizzle syrup over pancakes and enjoy!

Oh, the recipe makes a bunch, but you’re going to want to eat them all! If you have leftovers, freeze them and just put them in the dehydrator for an hour to warm up.

Rawleen's Thoughts

By rawleen

This pancakes are out of this world. They are better than any non-raw pancakes I have ever had in my entire life. Who knew that eating raw pancakes would literally “take the cake”. You can vary these up with any kind of berry, or any kind of pancake “flavor” you want. Oh, best of all, kids love them too!!! Enjoy!

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These are SO good! I only made 1/3 of the recipe, with strawberries and extra cinnamon. They are far better than any pancake I have ever had. Thank you for this recipe!

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OK so I ate the batter and I know they taste great... but it's been 4 hours and they're not flippable, they're still wet. Suggestions??? I wanna eat these!!!

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hi rawleen!...awesome recipe,thank you so much. i had quite a few before i remembered there was a syrup i was supposed to make with them:)

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Wow! I made some of those pancakes yesterday and they were delicious!! Thank you, thank you, thank you! What a wonderful recipe! :)

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Yay Kathy!!! I'm so happy!!! I was soooo delighted when the recipe turned out good. I was giving up on the hope for pancakes until I got this one down. They actually have the same texture - craziness!!! The Pumpkin Pie and Cherry Carob ones sound divine, along with your other suggestions!!!

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Just curious, why don't you want to use bananas? You could probably use apple/pear pulp instead, but you may need to use something like coconut oil to make sure the pancakes don't end up dry and stiff. I made these yesterday (without the dates- used a bit of stevia instead), and they turned out great! They were light and fluffy, but still filling. And that flavour- oh, man! I can't wait to try a bunch of different flavour combos- like cherry/carob, pumpkin pie, lemon/berry, vanilla/matcha.Seriously people, this is a FANTASTIC recipe!!

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any idea on what can be substituted for the bananas?

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Mmm.. looking forward to them :)

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Wow, these look lovely and I just love pancakes as a treat every once in a while :-)

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Yes, dehydrate them at 105. I always keep my dehydrator at 105. One time I tried to do the 145 for an hour like they describe in I am Grateful book, but next time I used the dehydrator I forgot and everything stayed in way over an hour. So yes, 105, all the time.

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Wholy smokies! This looks terrific! I remember trying to make one similar to these and they turned out pretty good..I'll have to try yours. Gorgeous picture!

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r u dehydrating them at 105?

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Wow! I have to try this...

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I just updated the dates, I was just reviewing the recipe and noticed I forgot to add them initially. I can't believe how good these turned out. I hope you all enjoy them!!!

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Ok, I am SO making this over the weekend!

I have seen similar recipes in my raw cookbooks - but your picture trumps them all! I wish i wasn't at work right now....

p.s. Buckwheaties are the bomb...so handy and versitle to have in the raw kitchen.

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Oooh, I've been looking for a pancake recipe just like this! Thank you sooo much for posting it. I'm really looking forward to making some!

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