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Superfood Herb & Spice Falafels (2 servings)

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SUPERFOOD HERB & SPICE FALAFELS:

Chickpeas, White Onions, Canadian Oats, Parsley, Cilantro, Garlic, Sea Salt, Turmeric, Cumin, Baking Powder

There can never be enough ways to incorporate more beans into your diet. This is one of the best. 

Originated from Egypt, falafels have become an iconic dish in the Middle East. Falafels are a great plant-based protein alternative. They are rich in fiber and low in fat as made with chickpeas, onions, spices, and herbs. Each serving is 2 falafel balls, they are oil-free to keep calories low.

La Holista Falafels are made with chickpeas, oat flour, and our unique blend of spices and organic herbs. Truly great in sandwiches, salads or in a buddha bowl.

They come raw and frozen so you can cook them whenever you want and however you prefer – lightly pan-fried for a comforting feeling, or baked for a healthier alternative

The outside will crisp up while the inside will remain moist and juicy. Our spices and herbs will release their flavours and aromas. Pair with our sauces to create the perfect combo!

Directions for use: defrost for 20 minutes outside the fridge or overnight in the fridge; line a baking tray with a silicone mat or parchment paper and arrange the falafels on it. Bake at 325°F or 160°C until hot and lightly brown, turning once, for about 25 minutes. Alternatively, heat up a non-stick pan, add 1 tsp of olive oil and cook on low to medium heat for 7 minutes, rotating them to get them crispy all round each side, with the lid on.

Shelf life 3 months. Store in the freezer.

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Additional Information

Weight 100 g
Meal

All La Holista meals are 400kcal per serving. They are ideal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Plant based

Foods derived from plants, including vegetables, whole grains, legumes and fruits, and not from animal.

Egg free

Any part of the egg can harbor bacteria, and both whites and yolks have been implicated in food-borne illnesses (e.g. salmonella), however, the yolk is the most common source, according to the USDA. Egg yolks are also a source of dietary cholesterol, the bad type.

Dairy free

Dairy products are controversial these days, they are wrongly cherished by health organisations as an essential food for bone health but the truth is that dairy is harmful and should be avoided. From hormones, to pus, to its high acidity, a food that is supposed to make a calf grow big and fat should not be part of your daily diet.

Soy free

Allergy is one reason why an individual may opt for a soy-free diet. Food allergies involve the body’s immune system. Moreover, the phytoestrogens present in soy bind to estrogen receptors and exert both estrogenic and anti-estrogenic effects, phytoestrogens can inhibit thyroid peroxidase, the enzyme responsible for converting T3 to T4 (the exact clinical consequences of this are unknown, but several reports attribute thyroid cancer and goiter development to soy intake).

MSG free

The glutamate industry is fully aware of the harmful effects of MSG, that it is a toxic substance. They know that ingesting this toxin can cause diabetes, adrenal gland malfunction, seizures, high blood pressure, excessive weight gain, stroke and other health problems.

Gluten free

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and sometimes oats. It’s perfectly natural, but people with coeliac disease, gluten intolerance, or the much less-common skin condition dermatitis herpetiformis, can have nasty reactions if they eat it.

Sugar–free

Sugar can overload and damage your liver, it tricks your body into gaining weight and affects your insulin and leptin signaling, it causes metabolic dysfunction and increases your uric acid levels. Not to mention your teeth health and mood swings.


Yeast free

A yeast-free diet is a regimen wherein an individual stops eating yeasty, sugary, and moldy foods in order to decrease levels of yeast in the body. For some more than others, this change in diet may have several health benefits. Improving the efficiency of the digestive tract could promote energy and weight loss. A yeast-free diet is also likely to decrease the chance of leaky gut syndrome, a condition with many unhealthy symptoms that may be difficult to diagnose.

Preservatives free

A diet focused on natural, organic food is essential to maintaining a healthy body, but the majority of food is laced with preservatives to make it last longer on supermarket shelves. Some of these preservatives may harm you when eaten in large quantities, explains the Center for Science in the Public Interest.

High protein

A diet higher in plant-based proteins helps improve muscle mass, stabilises blood sugar levels, helps improve mood, promotes healthy brain function and learning, helps maintain strong bones, promotes heart health, slows aging and much more.

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