Recipe Directions

1. Grind the flax using the flat blade in a Magic Bullet, personal blender, or grinder until a meal forms. Empty into a medium size bowl.

2. Blend the rest of the ingredients and empty into the bowl with the flax meal.

3. Lightly fold the mixture together and let sit for 5 minutes while you prepare the fruit topping. This will allow the flax meal to become thicker.

FRUIT TOPPING

4. Slice the bananas lengthwise about 1/4 inch thick. Wash the berries and dry with a paper towel.

ASSEMBLY

5. Divide the sticky, thick cinnamon pancake batter in half over two large plates.

6. Using a spatula, smooth out the surface into a round circular pancake form. Top with the banana slices and sprinkle with cinnamon and nutmeg.

7. Top with the mixed berries and drizzle with maple syrup, honey, or agave nectar.

Bees Knees Kitchen's Thoughts

By Bees Knees Kitchen

One of my best-loved Sunday morning options are these scrumptious Cinnamon Pancakes--warm tasting, sweet, and overflowing with fruit.

Selene at Veganlicious had the genius idea of adding bananas as the binding agent and I had to make my own version! Thanks Selene for the inspiration!

Serve these Cinnamon Pancakes with lavender honey or warm maple syrup!.

 

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Yum! This was my first time making a 'raw' version of pancakes, and I'm glad they were simple, easy and I didn't have to dehydrate them. :)

I ran out of Flax after a cup, so I used Chia seeds to finish them off and absolutely loved them. A great breakfast after church and you're right - perfect for a beautiful Sunday morning.

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Oh I'll try that sometime- I wasn't sure how much flax powder you used? How many cups/grammes?

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I GOTTA TRY THIS!! I made some quinoa ones but they were so sweet and heavy and I didn't like them.

thanks!!

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And to make these actually raw and vegetarian, you can use date syrup for the sweetener. Just blend dates with water and viola! If you wanted to experiment, you could try using other dried fruits, such as apples or blueberries, with some water, to make a syrup.

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very nice. Brought to mind my grandma's buckwheat crepes. Comfort food+

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I GOTTA TRY THIS!! I made some quinoa ones but they were so sweet and heavy and I didn't like them.

thanks!!

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Oh I'll try that sometime- I wasn't sure how much flax powder you used? How many cups/grammes?

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Yum! This was my first time making a 'raw' version of pancakes, and I'm glad they were simple, easy and I didn't have to dehydrate them. :)

I ran out of Flax after a cup, so I used Chia seeds to finish them off and absolutely loved them. A great breakfast after church and you're right - perfect for a beautiful Sunday morning.

Thanks!

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