Recipe Directions

1. Drain and rinse the oat groats. Add the oat groats and bananas into the food processor. Process until batter-like consistency.

2. Remove and add batter to a bowl. Into the bowl of batter, add flax, carob powder, and cacao ingredients. Mix until incorporated.

3. Using a quarter cup measuring cup, place each cupful on teflex sheets or dehydrator sheets. Dehydrate overnight.

Cheflandria's Thoughts

By Cheflandria

This pancake recipe is very high in fiber. It has no added fat, no nuts, loads of carbohydrates, and tasty.

Enjoy it for breakfast with fresh fruits and lots of agave nectar. Delicious!

Cacao is raw chocolate. Cocoa powder is refined.

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Do you think peaches would work in place of the banana?

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kindaraw - flax meal will work just fine definitely.

thanks all for the nice comments! :-)

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Absolutely DELISH!! Will become one of my staples. Thanks for the recipe!

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holistic, wow that's really detailed - thanks for sharing that info!

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I noticed a comment about oats causing stomach pain. You may be sensitive to the type of gluten in oats. The most accurate test one can have to determine food allergies is called a quantitative IgG ELISA test.(IgA,IgM and IgE may need to be included)If you are having a IgG-based reaction one must avoid the food for 3 to 6 months and the allergy will go away. If you are having a IgE-based reaction you will always have an allergic reaction. It is best to totally avoid food one is sensitive or allergic too. Each person is unique.We have varying nutritional needs based on our genetic inheritance and thus our biochemical individuality.A food that is healthy for one person can be very harmful to another.You may also be having a reaction to somthing else that you eat with you oats.Ignoring food allergies can lead to severe inflammation of the digestive tract. This can effect your nutritional status.If you are prone to mouth ulcers and anemia this may be another indication of gluten allergy. Less typical symptoms of allergy are weight loss or gain (People with gluten allergy often produce antithyroid antibodies, which attack thyroid tissue), arthritis, irritability, depression, fatigue, brain fog, bone pain, fibromyalgia, muscle cramps, tingling and numbness in the legs, skin rash, dermatitis, neurological symptoms and leaky gut syndrome. Also check for lactose intolerance.This can occur if villi have been damaged. There are actually 7 types of gluten sensitivity.

Make sure you are getting adequate zinc, selenium, folic acid, iron, and vitamins A, B6,D, E and K.

Glutamine, gamma oryzanol and N-acetyl-D-glucosamine are all healing to the intestinal lining.

People who have food sensitivities often have other autoimmune diseases as well such as lupus, type 1 diabetes, liver disease, collagen vascular disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, Sjorgren's syndrome. Fortunatly this can all be avoided by not eating what one is allergic to.

I hope this is helpful.

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Yummy! Looks good!

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It's tough to determine factors that causes stomach problems. I personally have a highly sensitive stomach and refrain from foods that causes stomach aches or bloating. Hard to respond to your question but I know that high fiber can cause bloating if eaten a little too much. Not sure about stomach pains but sometimes in my experience is all about food combining. This pancake did not give me any problems.

Bananas have this nice consistency when dehydrated. It becomes chewy and binds really well with anything. I have never tried it with peaches and I would imagine it will take longer to dehydrate because of it's higher water content. It never hurts to try. If it comes runny,you can still enjoy it as porridge - yum!

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It's tough to determine factors that causes stomach problems. I personally have a highly sensitive stomach and refrain from foods that causes stomach aches or bloating. Hard to respond to your question but I know that high fiber can cause bloating if eaten a little too much. Not sure about stomach pains but sometimes in my experience is all about food combining. This pancake did not give me any problems.

Bananas have this nice consistency when dehydrated. It becomes chewy and binds really well with anything. I have never tried it with peaches and I would imagine it will take longer to dehydrate because of it's higher water content. It never hurts to try. If it comes runny,you can still enjoy it as porridge - yum!

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I haven't had oats for years due to not being able to digest them properly. They have always given me amazing stomach pains and bloating. However that was when I was eating the standard diet. Do you think soaking would ease or eliminate the bloating and pains? I would really like to try this recipe plus all the other recipes that use oats.

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kindaraw - flax meal will work just fine definitely.

thanks all for the nice comments! :-)

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Your pictures and recipes never fail to impress. Looks wonderful.

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Thanks for this recipe! I was wondering if you think flax meal would work in place of ground flax seeds?

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www.sunorganic.com also sells oats for sprouting

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The Raw Bakery carries raw oats.

http://www.rawbakery.com/oatgrainswholeraworganic5lb-p-131.html?osCsid=7808c30033dda81f82af2907948a2924

They sprout - I've tested the Whole Foods Oats and they do not. I bought the 5 lb bag and keep in the fridge. I usually sprout a large batch and then dehydrate what I don't use and grind it into flour for cookies, or in place of nut flours. Thanks for the excellent recipe!

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To make this a 100% raw recipe, get really raw oats! The oats in regular stores like Whole foods have all been steamed and aren't really raw.

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Sounds devine!

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This sounds like the best recipe yet for pancakes. I can't wait to make them!

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