Fluffy Raw Vegan Pancakes (one ingredient!)

These raw vegan banana pancakes are soft, fluffy and so delicious. Just PERFECT! Plus they are low-fat and super healthy!

These raw vegan banana pancakes are soft, fluffy and so delicious. Just PERFECT! Plus they are low-fat and super healthy!

The recipe for this fluffy banana pancakes has been evolving for quite a long time. I’ve never been a fan of the usual raw banana pancakes as they are quite hard (usually bananas are first blended into a cream and then poured on the dehydrator trays). They soften up a little bit if we fill them with filling (when they moisten up). But I didn’t want that. I wanted those fluffy, soft pancakes.
These raw vegan banana pancakes are soft, fluffy and so delicious. Just PERFECT! Plus they are low-fat and super healthy!With raw cinnamon hearts slowly grew in me the idea that bananas shouldn’t be blended. I tried to mash them with a fork and with that thing for making mashed potatoes (for which I was inspired by the wonderful raw chef Alicia Ojeda). It worked better, but bananas were still releasing liquid that made the final product not exactly what it should be.

When I decided to try just chop them, wonderfully fluffy pancakes were created. They are soft, fluffy and so delicious. Just PERFECT! I love eating them with raw Nutella, and Matic loves them with coconut cream and fresh fruit (recipe below).

These raw vegan banana pancakes are soft, fluffy and so delicious. Just PERFECT! Plus they are low-fat and super healthy!You can of course also spread jam on them – Mix 2 cups of dates with a cup of fresh fruit mash. This makes a wonderful jam! You can even play around with different spices and make really interesting and delicious combinations (you will find more ideas in my new e-book that contains more than 40+ low-fat raw vegan recipes).


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Fluffy Raw Vegan Pancakes (one ingredient!)
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These are wonderfully fluffy pancakes, so soft and delicious. PERFECT!
Serves: 5 pancakes (4 inch | 12cm in diameter)
  • 3¾ cups (700 g) ripe bananas, chopped
Coconut Cream and Fruit Filling
  • 1 cup (125 g) dates
  • 1 cup (120 ml) water
  • ½ cup (60 g) meat of a young fresh coconut
  • ¼ tsp vanilla powder
  • berries
  1. Peel the bananas and finely chop them.
  2. Do not mash them with a fork and do not mix them with any device. They should be chopped by hand.
  3. Put a non-stick sheet on a dehydrator tray (I like to use parchment paper). You will need a 4 inch (12 cm) round cake tin.
  4. For each pancake, you will need ¾ cup (140 g) of chopped bananas. Spread them evenly
  5. Dry at 115°F (46°C) for 12-18 hours.
  6. They will be prepared when they are soft, but dry enough so that you can easily peel them off the baking paper.
Coconut cream
  1. Mix dates, water, vanilla powder and fresh young coconut meat mix in a blender.
  2. Spreads the cream on the pancakes and fill with fruit.
Next week I will publish the recipe for low-fat raw Nutella, which is currently my favorite thing to eat with these pancakes. I love it!

Tell me in the comments below, what is YOUR favorite pancake spread? I would love to know.
As always, thank you in advance for watching, commenting, and sharing with friends.

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  • Reply

    These pancakes look amazing. We are getting a new dehydrator and I can see me making these as soon as we get it!!

    • Tiasha

      Yay! :) Thank you for taking the time to comment!
      I’m looking forward to hearing how they turned out. ;)

      • Nicholas

        Sweet Lady, A new dehydrator….what brand name are you getting? I need one also! With your experience I’m sure the one your getting will be perfect and just what I need too.

        Thank you,

  • Nelli

    Wonderful recipes :)

    Much love!

    • Tiasha

      Thank you Nelli! And yes, they are AWESOME with nana ice cream. ♥

  • No Udder Protein

    Way to go! Can’t wait to try these

    • Tiasha

      Thank you. ;) Hope you will love them!

  • Michel Cockerham

    Amazing recipe!
    Ty for sharing!

  • Charlotte Butler

    Hi I’m Charlotte, would love to try your recipe, tried one similar but came out wet. Where did you get your tin, can’t find one with no bottom. Thanks

    • Tiasha

      Drying times are different for everybody because you may be living in an environment that’s more humid so the pancakes need to dry a bit longer.
      I bought my tin in a local store but I’m pretty sure they sell them on Amazon too. You’re welcome! Thank you for stopping by. :)

  • Angela

    Do you have to leave the tin on the dehydrator sheet or is it just for forming the shape/size? Can’t wait to try this!

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