Falafels are a great lunchtime finger food for children with diabetes, making them ideal for a packed lunch. These falafels can be enjoyed either hot or cold and can be made as a batch ahead of time and frozen before the final bake or fry.
Pack them in your child's lunchbox with a small pot of hummus and vegetable sticks, such as chopped peppers, cucumber or carrots, to help them hit their 5-a-day.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 133g serving|
|Energy ||103 kcal |
|138 kcal |
of which saturates
|2.7 g |
|3.6 g |
of which sugars
|13 g |
|18 g |
|Fibre||4.1 g ||5.5 g |
|Protein||4.1 g ||5.5 g |
|Salt||0 g ||0 g |
Chickpeas are high in soluble fibre, which helps lower cholesterol and keeps you feeling fuller for longer. They are also a great source of plant-based protein.
We all know that carrots are great for eyesight as they contain vitamin A, but they are also full of potassium, which could potentially help to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease.
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