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Feel Good February: Chocolate Banana Pancakes

As the January Blues fade, we are channelling Feel Good February and have a host of fabulous features to put a spring in your step.

First up is this delicious recipe for Chocolate Banana Pancakes using the super-yummy, palm oil free, protein-rich Meridian Cocoa and Hazelnut Butter with coconut and honey.

Meridian Recipes (9th January 2018)

So easy to make, these delicious pancakes shouldn’t be saved just for Shrove Tuesday. Enjoy them for breakfast or as a teatime treat.


1 large banana

1 egg

1 tbsp Meridian Chocolate Hazelnut Butter

Method (makes 4 servings)

1.     Mash the banana very well until it’s a puree. Beat the egg and stir in to the banana until well combined.

2.     Heat a non-stick pan and use ¼ of the mixture to make each pancake. Either spoon into circles or use a mould to make a heart shape. Add several dollops and drizzles of Meridian Chocolate Hazelnut butter to the pancake once it is in the pan and swirl with the tip of a knife before the mixture sets.

3.     Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side on a medium low hear and serve immediately with extra fruit and chocolate hazelnut butter.

Feel good factor

Hazelnuts are rich in Vitamin E, an anti-oxidant needed to protect cell membranes and skin, for good immunity and cardiovascular health.

They contain a number of B Vitamins that help promote proper cell development and energy metabolism and are also a rich source of potassium, calcium and magnesium. The minerals provide many health benefits including regulating a healthy blood pressure.

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To find out about Meridian’s Rain Forest Pledge and support for the Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Foundation, who are currently providing welfare and rehabilitation for approximately 800 orphaned and displaced orangutans, click here.

The large scale cultivation of palm oil has been cited by environmental groups as a threat to the orangutan and other primates that inhabit the rainforests of Indonesia. The impact of these plantations included deforestation, habitat loss of critically endangered species and significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions.

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