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Raw Blueberry Flax Pancakes

Sunday mornings have always been a special time for my daughters and I. The luxury of being able to sleep in and rising to make a big breakfast was the traditional way we celebrated. My girls are now living in Colorado and Sundays seem to beckon to me in a completely different way, but I still find myself craving that day’s tradition of a special breakfast. With that as my inspiration, I threw together a few things and came up with these yummy blueberry flax pancakes. They do take a couple of hours in the dehydrator so plan ahead just a little.



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  1. joyce wrote on July 21, 2012

    This is the first recipe of yours that I tried as well as my first use of my new dehydrator. They did not turn out at all like what I see in your photo, even though I followed the recipe precisely! They did not ‘stick’ together since the main ingredient is pretty much just flax seeds. I kept them in for around 4 hours and they still never really got to the point of being coated flax seeds. Tomorrow I’m going to try the banana pecan ones and am hoping for better luck!

  2. michelle wrote on May 11, 2012

    you can use “raw agave” that’s what we use to sweeten anything from tea to pancakes!

  3. Natalie Parker wrote on April 3, 2012

    In all your recipes, would subbing organic raw honey for the agave be fine? Thanks!

  4. Victoria wrote on March 30, 2012

    Can I add defrosted frozen blueberries, or they must be fresh?

  5. Carla wrote on March 5, 2012

    I just found your site today. It is very informative and your pictures are beautiful. Can you recommend a good food dehydrator that doesn’t cost and arm and a leg. What kind of camera do you use, your photos are gorgeous!

  6. C wrote on June 7, 2011

    What are you using for the syrup?

    • Susan wrote on June 7, 2011

      In the photo it is maple syrup.

  7. Georganne wrote on June 5, 2011

    Woops! That was supposed to read “could NOT” find raw whole flax!

  8. Georganne wrote on June 5, 2011

    I could find raw whole flax seeds. Can I use all ground?

    • Susan wrote on June 5, 2011

      You can still make them but they will be very different. You might have to adjust the liquid.

  9. Nerissa wrote on March 2, 2011

    I still fairly new to raw foods, but I’ve developed a passion for it, and it’s become very important to me to consume food that is “live.” Your website is beautiful and I’ve already tried a few of the recipes. You are doing an amazing thing!

    I have one concern, though: In the research I’ve done one shouldn’t heat things over 115 degrees Fahrenheit, however I’ve noticed many of your recipes (like these pancakes) require the dehydrator to be set at a higher temperature than that. Doesn’t that kill the enzymes and destroy the point of “rawness”?


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