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Raw Food Recipe: Banana Pecan Pancakes

When I was a little girl, every Sunday after church my family would go to breakfast at our local pancake restaurant. I still have those Sunday morning pancake cravings but no desire to eat traditional pancakes. For mother’s day, I decided to make create a raw food recipe for my favorite pancakes, banana pecan! They are amazingly filling, and will satisfy the desire for a special Sunday morning breakfast.



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  1. Elle Watson wrote on July 1, 2013

    Hi Susan,

    I am just wondering if I can use my oven on a really low heat to make these pancakes? I dont have a dehydrator but am keen to try out the recipie?

    Let me know!! Thank you 🙂

  2. Rainey wrote on May 6, 2013

    I want to purchase a dehydrator. What brand, size, price, etc. would you recommend? Thanks. Rainey

    • Susan wrote on May 6, 2013

      I like the TSM because it has a lot of drying space and it is very quiet, but you need to figure out what your needs are, both for dehydration and space. We sell TSM and Excalibur. Cheers!

  3. Susan wrote on May 3, 2013

    Carol, it is stated many, many places on this blog that maple syrup is not raw but is used by many in the raw food community. The ingredient was raw agave or maple syrup. Not raw maple syrup. If you read the about page, you will notice that we are not militant raw here. Please note #11 on the FAQ page here:

  4. Carol wrote on May 3, 2013

    As a small scale maple syrup producer, I know how maple syrup is made… it’s boiled and boiled and boiled! It takes 40 gallons of maple water from the trees to make one gallon of syrup. Some of the bigger producers use reverse osmosis equipment to partially evaporate the maple water, but then they boil to finish the syrup. It is finished when it reaches about 219.5 degrees F, depending on altitude. Sorry for the bad news. Love the recipes!

  5. cate wrote on March 2, 2013

    I don’t have a dehydrator. Can you use the oven at these low tmperatures to dehydtrate the food?
    Thanks Cate

    • Susan wrote on March 3, 2013

      SInce this is a raw food site, these recipes have been specifically formulated to be made in a dehydrator to preserve their raw status. I do not have instructions for using an oven. Please feel free to experiment on your own.


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