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This week, Laura’s flapping some jacks. Seriously, she’s making pancakes. And they’re delicious. FULL RECIPE BELOW.

Eric Slatkin, Director
Emily Mraz, Producer
Joanna Gryfe, Associate Producer
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Recipes by: Laura Miller
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2 ripe bananas
4 flax eggs (1 flax egg = mix 1 tbls ground flax to 3 tbls water let setup for approx. 15 mins)
¼ cup coconut oil
½ cup almond milk
1 ½ cups oat flour (any gluten-free flour will work)
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 tsp. baking soda
pinch of salt

To make flax eggs, add water to the flax seed, stir and let sit for 15 minutes
Mash banana with a fork in a small bowl
Add flax eggs, coconut oil and almond milk – mix well
In another bowl whisk all the dry ingredients together
Fold in wet ingredients, using a spatula and mix until well incorporated
Pre-heat your cast-iron skillet and spray with coconut oil
Once skillet is at medium high heat, using a ladle, add batter to the skillet
Flip when underside is ready
Stack cooked pancakes with a layer of nutella in between each cake
Eat and enjoy
Optional serving suggestions; maple syrup, coconut flakes, nuts


1 cup hazelnuts, soaked overnight
½ cup coconut oil
¼ cup maple syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
¼ cup cocoa powder
2 tbsp almond milk

1. Drain hazelnuts and place in high-speed blender or a food processor, add coconut oil.
2. Blend until smooth, smooshing down the sides as needed (may take up to 10 minutes! or more!) until the hazelnuts become a smooth consistency.
3. Add maple syrup and vanilla, blend again
4. Add cocoa powder and almond milk and blend until smooth


  1. I’m vegan, and what I’ve taken from my vegan diet is that as beneficial and worthwhile it is it’s not absolutely necessary especially if you are not in the economic position. As someone who has lived in a developing country, I can say with certainty It’s a very privileged diet to be on. Vegans like to argue that it’s not an expensive diet but it kind of is If you don’t want to be stuck eating the same basic foods consisting of grains, beans, and fruits. It’s also a time-consuming diet because you are forced to make your own meals when there are so few and far between vegan dining options (unless you live somewhere like LA). That said as great and extremely beneficial the vegan diet is, it’s not absolutely necessary so I reckon the raw vegan diet is even less so. (This message doesn’t apply to vegans motivated by animal rights. Personally, I’ve seen too many starving and suffering humans to concerned about such things). I’d also like to say to my fellow vegans stop being so damn annoying! If it wasn’t for health issues and my disgust with America’s food/meat industry your pestering and animal rights activism would have done nothing to convince me to switch to the vegan diet.

  2. THIS IS NOT RAW!!!!!!



  3. it’s not raw if you use heat 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️

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