Raw Crepes!!!

This is a proud moment for me. Last night I remembered to do the prep work and was rewarded with a super yummy morning.

You will need:

  •  A food dehydrator or oven on lowest heat; a sunny window might work unless (like me) you are prepping the night before.
  • Wax/parchment paper
  • Blender


  • 2 Bananas
  • 1 Lemon
  • 3 Ears Sweet Corn
  • Nutmeg and/or Cinnamon, etc. spices


  • 1 ½ cup Raw Cashews
  • ½ cup Raw Walnuts
  • 1 Tsp Coconut Oil
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1 tsp Raw Agave Nectar
  • Water
  • Few shakes Cinnamon
  • Fresh Berries or fruit

Begin by soaking your cashews and walnuts in water.  Using a knife remove corn from husk by slicing off the top half of the kernels. Basically get as close as you can but not so much that you include those little hard pieces. Then blend bananas, corn, a nice squeeze of lemon and spices. It doesn’t have to be super smooth but liquid enough to pour.

Line dehydrator or baking sheet with parchment paper and pour little pancakes. You should get about 8 little disks out of this. These will thin out a lot overnight. **If you are using an oven you may want to try this during the day first to see how it goes.

In the morning, or about 6-9 hours later depending on drying method, carefully peel crepes and flip them over. The crepes will peel relatively easily and still be flexible. You might want to leave them flipped over in the dehydrator while you make the filling.

In food processor or blender add nuts, coconut oil, vanilla, agave and spices. Start by chopping/pulsing these; then begin to add water slowly. Add a little at a time and keep blending until you reach a fresh whipped cream texture, or your desired thickness.

Assemble: a generous blob of kream in each crepe, fold over and add fruit.          So delicious; hope you enjoy!<3


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