1/2 cup golden flax (any will do, but golden tastes lighter in this)
1 banana (under ripe for mildest flavor)
1 teaspoon agave
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon water, as needed
1. Process all ingredients together. Add more water, if needed, to reach desired consistency.
2. Spoon out onto dehydrator tray (teflex or fruit roll up sheet). Dehydrate about 1 hour, flip, dehydrate a bit more.
3. At 2 hours, they will be a little crunchy on the edges, which is awesome, but you can eat these at about 1 hour. You can make the batter the night before; start dehydrating as soon as you wake up, and they'll be ready for breakfast!
A fun alternative is to pulse chop in some apples and add a pinch of nutmeg and vanilla! Delicious! My favorite syrup for these is frozen mixed berries blended with some maple syrup (yes I know that's not raw). Plain maple for the apple version. You can really make just about anything out of these!
Source of recipe: This is an updated version of the raw pancakes I made for a long time. I cut out the coconut oil (trying to cut back!). And added some water instead. As a result, these pretty much have to be dehydrated to be eaten like pancakes. I have been using golden flax seed instead so they don't taste as heavy.