Olenko’s Banana Crepes with Cashew Filling and Raw Ice Cream

Published : Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Serves 8-10


5 large organic ripe bananas 

1 cup of pure water

1 tablespoon of cinnamon

fresh juice from 1 lemon

5 drops of Young Living lime essential oil

If you want your crepes more sweet add a little of maple syrup or agave  to your taste


Mix all ingredients in the Vitamix or other blender. Mix until smooth. Pour batter at time onto nonstick teflon sheets. I made 10 crepes from this recipe. Use a spatula to form smooth circles. Dry in the dehydrator for 5-6 hours on 110 F. Check them and when they are ready peel them carefully. Store them in the fridge and when you want to serve them you can warm them up in the dehydrator. Serve as crapes or make ice cream cones by folding the crapes and then drying them completely in the dehydrator (3-5 additional hours). Serve with any homemade raw ice-cream or cashew filling with fruits.

Cashew Filling

Mix 2 cups of cashews with 2 cups of pure water, add cinnamon, vanilla and maple syrup to your taste. You can add any fruits like blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, raw cacao, or whatever flavor you want. Mix all together. Chill in the fridge for minimum of 35min, the longer it will chill the thicker it will get. Serve with crapes. Put fresh fruits on the side.

Raw Coconut Ice Cream

2 cups of young Thai coconut

1 cup of cashews

2 cups of water

2 tablespoons of raw vanilla

4  dates (soaked for 2 hours)

2 tablespoon of raw lucuma powder

pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt

4 tablespoons of maple syrup or raw agave

2 tablespoons of liquid coconut oil


Place all ingredients in the Viatmix or a blender. Mix until smooth. Transfer to a glass container with a top. Put it in a freezer for 5-6 hours or longer until is frozen. If you have an ice cream maker follow the instructions. When is firm serve with crepes.

* For this recipe I used dehydrated kiwi and butternut squash chips. Very easy to make;  cut ingredients and dehydrate for 10-12 hours. I used the chips for decorations on my crepes. I also made the orange flowers: they are made from raw butternut squash: water and lemon juice blended together. The green stems are made of: organic baby spinach, mango, lime juice and cashews mixed all together in my Vitamix. You can experiment and use any fruits of veggies to decorate your crepes. Just have fun with it! Enjoy!

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