Recipe Directions

  • 1. Place all ingredients in a large bowl and mix thoroughly with a spoon.
  • 2. Form into pancakes! This recipe makes 6 pancakes.
  • 3. Serve with a generous helping of your absolute favorite fruits, like fresh or thawed raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, sliced bananas, or whatever suits your fancy!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

No equipment  required for this easy raw recipe.

Your coconut oil must be liquified and clear in order to properly stir together. (If your coconut oil is white and hard, just warm it up first and it will liquify very quickly.)

These pancakes are extremely heavy and rich so reserve for special occasions! I actually can only handle one pancake to myself. You can easily halve this recipe.

You must use ground/milled flax seeds - not whole flaxseeds! (In other words, this is more like using "flour" than using "oats" if you get my drift!)

Banana actually goes surprisingly well with these pancakes.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 72 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is an excellent source of Dietary Fiber.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, Iron, and Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Calcium, and Riboflavin.

Amounts per 103 g (4 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 448 18 %
Protein 11 g 20 %
Fat 30 g 38 %
Carbohydrates 39 g 11 %
Dietary Fiber 16 g 51 %
Sugars 20 g
Calcium 155 mg 15 %
Iron 3 mg 27 %
Sodium 213 mg 9 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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Hi Mike!

Liquid form works best :)

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No way!! I must try these out asap!! Yum :)

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:) Hope you like!

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Monks1979's Review

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My daughter & I love these pancakes! we top with thawed berries from the freezer and just a tiny drizzle of real maple syrup. After being in the fridge a while they make a nice finger-snack to take along on trips. I also tried dehydrating one last night along with my apple chips and I really like how it turned out! I didn't dry it out too much, just enough to make it a little less messy & a little more portable. I also like how extremely simple they are. Sometimes we will add a flavor, like cinnammon, vanilla, orange zest, etc. to get more variety of flavor.

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Good to hear you're experimenting, Rebecca. Find what you like best! :)

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I blended up some frozen strawberries and almond milk, touch of maple syrup ( like ice cream) and ummmm. Thanks for all your great recipes!

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Yum, what a wonderfully delicious way to start the day Christina!

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OMG, I am totally in love with these pancakes!! They are delicious!! Super easy to make and very filing.

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So glad you enjoyed them, Marya! They are a nice departure from my every day breakfasts of smoothies and "breakfast bowls" :)

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Carmicja's Review

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Yours look like they are firm, mine were more like cookie dough??? Any thoughts? Tasty and all but I feel like I missed a dehydrator instruction?

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Hi Janet, hmmm. Interesting! I definitely don't dehydrate mine. Perhaps there was a titch too much oil added?

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I added some cinnamon and raw cashew butter to these and all I can say is AMAZING!!!

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Sounds awesome, Dawn!

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These are really delicious. Being by myself, I'm finding that I can halve these recipes and get usually a plenty-big serving for one meal or to test a dish I'm not sure that I'll like. Half of this recipe was a really hearty breakfast for me with no leftovers.

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Hi Janie, so glad you enjoyed these! It's nice to be able to test  - especially when making something for the first time. Glad you are making use of the app, too! xox

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These were delicious!! Made them this morning for my mama and I..she enjoyed as well. :) The only thing I goofed on was accidentally adding too much honey - my heart has been doing cartwheels since after breakfast lol

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Lol - Better dial the honey back a bit next time lol. So glad you and your mother enjoyed!

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Wonderful recipe! If one is more than enough, is it possible to cool/freeze the others or does that take away all the yummieness?

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Hi Ellen, you can definitely store in the fridge. If you freeze, defrost in the fridge first before eating.

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Is coconut butter and coconut oil the same?

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Arzal, good point!  Great question.  No, they are not the same! When I first wrote the recipe I thought they were, but your note reminded me that I should remove the mention of cocoa butter, which I have just done right now.

Please use coconut oil for this recipe :)

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