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Alright I suppose I can share some savoury snacks now that I have shared sweet ones with you all. The theme for these snacks is not just savoury but also chickpeas. The chickpea will be the star of the show for this blog bringing some easy, yet delicious snack ideas to your home.
If you like to pick at your snacks this one’s for you!
Have you ever bought a bunch of kale and wondered what the heck to do with all of this? Well this snack will help you out big time baking your kale in the oven will improve the texture and taste of kale which not many people are fond of in the raw version BUT even if you are I am sure you will like kale chips nonetheless. Kale is such a nutrient dense vegetable it should be a staple in most households. Meanwhile chickpeas are inexpensive and easily bought in a can, high in fibre and filling. Looking for an alternative to your nightly bowl of chips while kicking back and watching a movie follow the recipe below to switch things up!
95g of carbohydrates, 30g of protein, 30g of fat.
Are you more of a top your snack with a dip kind of person well if so I have a hummus recipe to share with you!!! Hummus is super fun because you can make so many different kinds of hummus’ I will share with you a sweet potato hummus with a twist. OK, OK I know this is still on the sweet side of hummus’ but you’re having it with vegetables or chips so it still counts, right? You can even consume it on crackers or perhaps spread on some toast or in a sandwich! The options are endless. This hummus is super easy to make and also nutrient dense providing a good balance of carbs, proteins and healthy fats.
See my secret ingredient below…
115g of carbohydrates, 40g of protein, 51g of fats.
12g of carbs, 4g of protein and 5g of fats.
This would be a good serving size alongside your veggies or crackers!