If you’re on the Paleo, vegatarian, dairy free or gluten free diet, this recipe is perfect for you! And for anyone else for that matter – good ingredients = good food no matter what diet you’re on in my book! These are a lighter alternative to chickpea falafels.
This recipe is courtesy of the great Aoife Carroll over at Eat Well, Travel Far, Love Often. She has a fantastic blog sharing all sorts of wonderful things. You’ll have to make sure to have a peep!
Here’s a little bit about her:
“I am a 21 year old life lover, food adorer & world traveler. I love capturing the beauty in the ordinary. I started off expressing my love for photography through Instagram, following that with my baking website Sweet Inspiration, where I have shown off some of the cakes and baking treats that I have made and sold.
When I’m not cooking, baking or eating I am at college. I am student in UCD, studying psychology, italian and art history. I am lucky enough to have attended Le Cordon Bleu Firenze for 3 months in 2012, where I studied Italian cooking. There, I took part in everything from pizza, pasta & bread making to deboning fish chickens and poultry. I came back with knowledge of food I never thought I would have obtained.”