Recipe Directions

1. Place Brazil nuts, water, cinnamon, and bananas in the blender and blend well.

2. Pour small round pancakes about ¼ inch thick of mixture onto teflex sheets.

3. Dehydrate at 100 F for 12 hours. Then remove pancakes from teflex sheet, turn over, and dehydrate for two more hours.

4. Garnish with berries.

Alpdesigns's Thoughts

By alpdesigns

Inspired by a recipe by Chef Joseph Custer. 

I got this from a raw group. Some members used their sad waffle iron molds to make these in the dehydrator.

I think they could be shaped and dried until crisp and made into “ice cream” cones or use them to make “ice cream” sandwiches.

My version is a filled cookie with agave and lucuma nougat. You could put a syrup of blended fruit and agave nectar over these.

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can peanuts or chestnuts be substituted for brazilnuts?

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Writeeternity, if you don't like the taste of Brazil nuts, then you've never tried Shazzie's Date Sweeties!

Cut a fresh Medjool date in half across the middle width-wise, pull out the pit, and stuff each date half with a half of a brazil nut! Trust me, you'll love Date Sweeties!

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These sound amazing! What's the lucuma nougat?? I miss nougat like crazy, would love to find a recipe for raw nougat :-)

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These sound amazing! What's the lucuma nougat?? I miss nougat like crazy, would love to find a recipe for raw nougat :-)

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can peanuts or chestnuts be substituted for brazilnuts?

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There is a similar recipe in Hooked On Raw by Rhio. I made them with a tiny bit of sea salt & left out the cinnamon. I also made them thinner because my blender requires it, & I left them a little soft instead of getting crispy. Then I put fresh raspberries and a little agave nectar on top. Another time I made them into a super-yummy dessert (which I still ate for breakfast!): fresh raspberries with my "Dipping Chocolate" melted & poured on top. I did this in a double layer & felt like I was eating a rich gourmet restaurant-style dessert - AMAZING!!!

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I added a picture showing the versatility of these. I also made a version of banana flips with a cream cheese/whipped cream filling. I just made the dough thick and whipped it until it was light. I made circles of dough, let it dry in the dehydrator and flipped it. Later, I folded them in half and let them dry until firm, but still chewy. I put dollops of cream inside and ate them like a taco! The edges would be good rolled in nibs, coconut, chopped goji berries, chopped nuts....

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These are simply delicious. I can't wait to make them again. I think I shall for my sisters birthday brunch. Frickin awesome!!!!!!!!

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I must make things too thick or something because I double the recipe and only get about 12. One thing I've found is to make sure to use enough water or they get a little pasty, but they are still really yummy.

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Has anyone tried making these into waffles and been successful? I'm realllllllly missing waffle sandwhiches with banana and nut butter.

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You can freeze this and make a good ice kreme or add water and ice and it makes a shake. I'm glad I found this recipe too! Allison

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I tried some after 12 hours and they were good. I dehydrated them longer and they were more like a crispy cookie. I think they would be good with cacao added too. Or dried fruit, or chopped nuts, or.....

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These are sooo good! And very easy to make. I cut the recipe in half thinking 10 would be too many. Wrong! ;) I love 'em. I think these are going to be a staple for me.

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i made those amazing pancakes!! theyre even better than the cooked ones! wow thank you!

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Writeeternity, if you don't like the taste of Brazil nuts, then you've never tried Shazzie's Date Sweeties!

Cut a fresh Medjool date in half across the middle width-wise, pull out the pit, and stuff each date half with a half of a brazil nut! Trust me, you'll love Date Sweeties!

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That's ironic because I was looking at Brazil nuts for the same reason! They aren't truly raw though. This recipe could be made with almonds (also with selenium). I suppose any nuts could be interchangeable as long as oil is added if necessary.. My first batch is due to come out of the dehydrator today.

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Hi This looks so great. I just bought some brazil nuts tonight and was wondering how to use them. I was researching some remedies and found that selenium can cure some people of reumatoid arthritis, thyroid problems, and even cancer. I don't like the taste of brazil nuts (which are the best source of this nutrient by themselves) so this is perfect.

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