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Raw Strawberry Banana Crepes!

Before I started eating a raw food diet, my girls and I had a Sunday tradition. We made Swedish pancakes. Butter, cream, whipped cream, white flour, and lots of sugar. Maybe a little dollop of Strawberries. They tasted great but guaranteed a food coma plus a day of feeling heavy and bloated. I traded a energized, productive day for a few minutes of culinary gluttony. I needed a raw food recipe to replace this!

recipe for banana crepes



As time has passed, my body will not tolerate white flour, sugar, and cream. Not to mention, the potential for damage caused from eating that way! Still, I missed that Sunday tradition. So, I decided to create a raw version of that special Sunday breakfast and I am thrilled by the results. These are quite easy to make, so give them a try! Be sure to start the crepes the night before.


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  1. Spring wrote on October 16, 2012

    I had been drooling over this recipe for weeks wanting to make it. Bought a dehydrator and did it! It turned out great. I highly recommend! Thanks for sharing your terrific recipes.

  2. Shay C. wrote on July 24, 2012

    Could you explain how to get the pulp from two young coconuts?

  3. Fresh To Death wrote on July 4, 2012

    Sweet. I love simple whole-food recipes that don’t tinker too much with what you’re given.

  4. Sara S wrote on May 30, 2012

    These were an easy way to change up breakfast! Thank you!

  5. Ruth Case wrote on May 15, 2012

    Love everything about your website!
    Question; In the recipe there is an asterisk after the “two young coconuts” but there is not a reference below that explains. Please let me know what it is. Thanks!

  6. Fidge Morgan wrote on May 12, 2012

    I am totally loving these! New to using a dehydrator, but not to raw foods. I couldnt believe how tangy and delish the pancakes were….sooooo easy to make. x

  7. Janegi wrote on April 21, 2012

    Yummmm!!! I made the pancakes last night had these for breakfast this morning, piled with berries and dollops of cashew cream, drizzled with lemon juice.
    Absolutely scrumptious.
    So easy but would make an excellent special occasion breakfast too because it looks so decadent.

  8. Melanie wrote on February 28, 2012

    Do you use raw cashews or can they be roasted?

  9. Jayanti wrote on February 26, 2012

    These are so amazing and beautiful and delicious and EASY to make! I didn’t have any coconut meat, I just used dried shredded coconut and it turned out pretty good. mmmmmmmmmm!!! 🙂


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