Lentil and Chickpea Veggie Burger Recipe

If you’re looking to make a vegetarian burger that tastes amazing, try this lentil and chickpea veggie burger recipe. It’s delicious!

There’s a reason why veggie burgers are a food trend these days. Everyone’s trying to find more delicious ways to get more veggies into their diets, and cutting down on meat is also good for our planet.

So, if you’re looking to try your hand at creating your own veggie burger, you’re in luck. This recipe is for a lentil veggie burger packed full of protein and fiber, and will definitely satisfy your meatless burger cravings.

lentil and chickpea veggie burger recipe

Veggie Burger with Lentils & Sprouts 

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5 Hacks to Reduce your Shopping Bill by Reducing Food Waste

By Holly Taylor, chef and co-founder of Kindling Restaurant in Brighton 

There are many challenges to be tackled at the moment, and one of the most important is what we put in our bins. We’re much, much better at recycling, but in the UK, food waste is something we really need to do something about.

We are by far the worst offenders in Europe, throwing away 9.5 million tonnes of food each year. And as this food degrades in landfill sites, it releases methane gas which contributes to global warming.

Over 30% of all food produced globally ends up in the bin. 

Uneaten spoiled vegetables are thrown in the trash. Food Loss and Food Waste. Reducing Wasted Food At Home

At Kindling restaurant in Brighton, we design our whole menu around using amazing local produce and minimising food waste. Here are some tips and tricks to help you do the same at home and save some money along the way. 

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Quick & Easy No Bake Energy Bites Recipe

These no bake energy bites are a perfect snack for when you’re on-the-go. They are packed with healthy ingredients, but the best part is they taste like cookies!

What are energy bites you ask? Well, they’re a delicious and healthy snack that is perfect for kids or adults at any time throughout the day. They work so well as a quick breakfast, a post work-out re-fuel, or a mid-afternoon energy boost.

These little balls of goodness are a mixture of a few simple ingredients, including oats, honey, peanut butter, and chocolate chips.

You can customize your energy bites with whatever mix-ins you prefer. They have been proven to be a great way to keep your energy levels high throughout the day without so much of the unhealthy sugar.

In this post we will show you how to make these no bake energy balls as well as give you some flavour combinations for your own recipe!

No bake energy bites

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