Chocolate has to be my biggest weakness, especially when trying to lead a healthier lifestyle. Yes I can make raw brownies with cacao powder, and eat nibbles of dark chocolate. However place anything chocolatey in front me and it gets immediately devoured. My problem is self control, therefore I do not buy these sorts of foods for the house. Out of site out of mind. Yet I am currently at my nanas. What it is about grandparents wanting to fill you full of sugar? Even when your 25 they still do not stop. Anyways Prana Protein became my saviour. They sent me a lovely box stuffed with goodies, inside some chocolate protein. Perfect for after my workouts in the garden and long fell walks. I find that eating something chocolatey in the morning fulfils my cravings. So I went all out and created some triple chocolate coconut pancakes to satisfy my needs.



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1/2 packet of Prana chocolate protein shake.
2 eggs.
1 mashed banana.
1/2 packet of Prana coconut protein shake.
A handful of cacao nibs (Indigo Herbs)
1 tbsp of cacao powder (Indigo Herbs)
1 tbsp of Prana Protein chai seeds.


1/2 packet of Pineapple Nims Fruit Crisps
A handful of coconut chips (Indigo Herbs)
A drizzle of Sweet Freedom coconut choc shot


In a bowl mash up the banana.
Crack in the two eggs.
Add the Prana Protein powder, cacao powder, and nibs.
Mix well until all combined.
In a non stick pan on medium heat add a tbsp of coconut oil.
Place a ladle of mixture at desired thickness into the pan – Once they start to bubble flip them over!
Repeat until you ave your wanted stack size.
Add all your toppings and enjoy!

Whats your go to pancake recipe? What do you like to top them with?

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  1. abbeylouisarose says:

    Chocolate is most definitely a big weakness of mine as well! I can’t get enough! The Prana products look like the perfect addition to a healthy diet, I certainly need to try them out! Thanks for sharing your delicious recipe!

    Abbey 😘

    • Lolamia says:

      I could eat waaaaaaay too much chocolate it doesnt make me feel sick lool. Its great especially if your working out and need extra protein in there! x

    • Lolamia says:

      These ones arent dairy free as there is dairy in the protein shake. However they do do pea and hemp protein powders that are dairy free! x

  2. Jordanne | Thelifeofaglasgowgirl says:

    These sound absolutely AMAZING! They look so great and wow… I think my gran would really love these, she’s a big fan of pancakes and coconut. They don’t sound too complicated either, I’ll have to try this!

    Jordanne ||

    • Lolamia says:

      Haha thanks they tasted pretty much the same. No they are are super simple recipe. You dont need the fancy stuff just 2 eggs 1 banana and some cacao powder x

  3. Chloe says:

    Hi, are Protein dairy free? Uou psnxake recipe sounds amazing. I need to be more adventurous with mine but simple lemon and sugar are my favourite, Chloe.

    • Lolamia says:

      It depends which protein you go for? This particular one was a protein shake so contains dairy. However they do pea and hemp protein that is dairy free and which can be added to pancakes 🙂 x

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