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 Fahrenheit for 12 hours. Then remove pancakes from Teflex sheet, turn over, and dehydrate for two more hours.

4. Garnish with berries.

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

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.

 

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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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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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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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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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