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  1. fitandfortysomething.com

    these look wonderful!

  2. Hannah

    This really, really excites me. Hurrah! I’m actually not a fan of normal pancakes (they make me feel like I’ve eaten a doona), but these have somehow tapped into a big want-want-want part of me. Plus, I adore berries 🙂 Now to find a flaxseed stockist in Canberra that won’t break my waiting-to-hear-if-I-got-a-scholarship bank…

  3. Kati @ Living Well

    These look good! And that’s soo cool that they make blueberry infused flax?!

    I love Ani’s raw dessert cook book- I need to make some of those again. I feel so healthy eating them :>

  4. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Those look so interesting! I love pancakes, but I don’t know if I could do the raw pancake…is the texture weird? They sound yummy though! 🙂

  5. Angela

    These definitely sound healthy & I love the choices for toppings!

  6. tasteofbeirut

    AmberAs soon as I locate some flaxseed I will try these; I like their rustic look and the fact that they are filling! Perfect to start the day! How interesting what you did with the blackberry coulis, adding the dates is such a brilliant idea to give depth and texture!

  7. Amber Shea

    Fit&40 & Angela—Thank you both!

    Hannah—Firstly, what's a doona? Secondly, you don't have easy access to flax?! For shame…sooo, when is our bloggie swap happening? :]

    Kati—I have that book too! I made her raw cheezecake recently and it was great! "Virtuous" desserts are just the best, aren't they?

    Aimee—Definitely take the word "pancake" with a grain of salt (or flax?). When kept chilled, their texture is sorta chewy, but a little crumbly, yet also rather dense…"weird," I suppose, but [I think] in a good way!

  8. Amanda

    Miss Amber let me say – these look delish! And I have a bit of VITA envy 🙂

  9. Hannah

    Hmm, I think you'd call it a duvet? It's a big warm thick blanket quilt thingamabob 🙂 And yes, the bloggie swap! Maybe once I've found out about whether the scholarship is to-be-or-not-to-be? 🙂

  10. Eric

    I agree these look great.

  11. Amber Shea

    tasteofbeirut—Thank you! I've been enjoying using dates in my sweets more often lately. Just bought a 5-lb. bag of them, in fact.

    Amanda—I can understand; I suffered from Vita-envy for quite a long time before I became the proud mama of my own Vita-baby. Worth every penny!

    Hannah—Deal :] And by the way, good luck!

    Eric—Thanks! I'd love to know if you try them out.

  12. stampylisa

    looks deelish!! I have to try. I love your blog title, since that describes me. I love cupcakes, honey and marshmallow-peeps, fluff, anything marshmallow, and chicago deep dish pizza, so I won't give up ALL but have chosen to be almost vegan and raw when I can.

  13. Amber Shea

    Lisa—I can relate! I like marshmallows and honey too. Flexibility – and just doing what you can, when you can – is, if you ask me, the best way to dip your toes into the waters of veganism or raw foodism :] And before you know it, you might find yourself happily swimming!

  14. ayasha

    do you have to have agave nectar

  15. Laura

    I’m eating this right now. It turned out SO GOOD!! Even my 5 yr old enjoyed it!! He’s asking for more right now, LOL. Thank you!

  16. cassie

    I don’t exactly know what I did wrong, but I only ended up with about 3. If I used any less to make each one they would have been too thin..

  17. Amrita

    Are you able to freeze these? If so, for how long? Ok to double all the ingredients in the recipe for more? Thanks!

  18. Jean

    these are great, love that this recipe is flexible too – might try adding nuts or a strawberry sauce next time. great to make ahead and pack for school/work. Thanks!