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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. Yassir islam wrote on December 2, 2012

    Made these this sun morning as i was craving pancakes and they were delicious! Used frozen blueberries and they warmed up just fine. I topped these with yacon syrup. Perfect for a cold dec morning. Thank you for this recipe!

  2. Janie wrote on December 1, 2012

    My dehydrator does not have a temperature control. How do I know how long to leave them in it?

    • Susan wrote on December 2, 2012

      There is no way to answer your question. Without knowing the temp, you can not gauge the time. You will have to experiment. Also, I have found that if your dehydrator doesn’t have a temp gauge, it probably is dehydrating at a high temp and your food will not be raw. I would suggest getting an oven thermometer and running a test. Cheers!

  3. Becky wrote on November 21, 2012

    We don’t have a dehydrator and our oven only goes down to 170. Will this temp work for a shorter time period?

  4. Rebecca wrote on September 4, 2012

    Oh I’m sorry, as I scan the comments that question has been tackled, sorry to be a nuisance!

    • Susan wrote on September 4, 2012

      Don’t worry…it comes up almost daily!! 🙂

  5. Rebecca wrote on September 4, 2012

    I thought for it to be raw it couldn’t be cooked/dehydrated beyond 118?

    • Susan wrote on August 20, 2012

      Thank you for letting me know. I appreciate it!

  6. Rachel wrote on August 8, 2012

    I been going back and forth between raw food and processed foods. I do okay when my son is at grandmas but when he comes home I rely on quick fixes. So I gave all my processed foods to family and starting a whole new way of living. Instead of eating just carrots and fruits whole, I saved up enough for a dehydrator and now am ready to show my son the right way to a better living. I want to thank you for your recipes! This is my go to site for recipes!

    • Susan wrote on August 8, 2012

      Rachel…so wonderful to hear!

  7. Susan wrote on July 21, 2012

    Joyce, I am not sure what you did but I have made this recipe dozens of times. There is plenty of moisture in the recipe. These are patties, not a pourable batter.

  8. Anna wrote on July 21, 2012

    I just made these. They turned out perfect and were so easy. Delicious, too! Thank you for the recipe!


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