Made with a variety of vegetables, ham, ricotta and eggs for a protein-punch, as well as fresh herbs, these little savoury frittatas are the perfect lunchbox item. They're low in sugar, high in protein and made without gluten, making them suitable for those who have an allergy or intolerance too.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 80g serving|
|Energy ||120 kcal |
|96 kcal |
of which saturates
|6.9 g |
|5.5 g |
of which sugars
|4 g |
|3.2 g |
|Fibre||1.2 g ||1 g |
|Protein||9.9 g ||7.9 g |
|Salt||0.6 g ||0.5 g |
An excellent source of protein, essential B vitamins and vitamin D.
As an animal source of protein, ham provides all essential amino acids which make up protein, and also B vitamins. Ham can be high in salt, so check the label and choose a lean option with a lower salt content.
This soft cheese is mild in flavour and therefore often appeals to younger children. It provides essential calcium too.
the title says it all. what can gluten free vegetarians eat on xmas day? it"s tough as it adds another element in to diets but that"s what i am and my cousin. please help bored of cheese!sam18386
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