I know you’re wondering, “what’s up with that name?” It’s simple really. These are delicious pancakes made with coconut, goji berries and bananas. Now you get it, right?
I could have called these super superfood pancakes. But I like “cocogojinana” pancakes. These are easy to whip up and last a few days. So once done, you have breakfast for several days. I believe this batch made me 16 pancakes about 4″ in diameter. Of course it’s your choice what size you want and how thick you want them. Just keep in mind that the thicker you make, the longer it will take for them to be done.
7 ripe bananas
1/2 c goji berries, soaked for at least 30 minutes
1 c coconut, desiccated
3/4 flax meal
1T + 1t cinnamon
1T maca powder
Pinch sea salt
1. Mash bananas in bowl with a fork, spoon or whatever gets them mashed up into a cream like consistency.
2. Squeeze the goji berries with your hand to remove most of the water.
3. Process the goji berries and coconut. Your goal is to break up the berries and mix into the coconut. Add mixture to bananas
4. Add flax meal, vanilla, cinnamon, maca and sea salt to bowl. Mix well.
5. On non-stick dehydrator sheets, shape pancakes about 1/4″ thick. At this thickness, it should take 12-16 hours to dehydrate the pancakes. The time depends on the thickness of your pancakes and humidity.
6. Enjoi these pancakes topped with blueberries, chopped walnuts and coconut oil
Note: I have never prepared raw food in the oven, but I understand that it’s possible. Set your oven on the lowest setting with the door cracked open. I don’t know how long before their done. So be sure to check often.