£2.4983p per 100g
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FrozenSuitable for freezingSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||(when oven baked according to instructions): Per 100g (when oven baked)||(when oven baked according to instructions): Five oven baked balls contain|
|of which saturates||1.7g||1.7g|
|of which sugars||3.0g||3.0g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (21)
Bit meh, to be honest
Got some of these for free. They're veg balls - and just not very exciting. Not horrible, but nothing to write home about.
We were sent these to review. We cooked them in a tomato sauce and served with spaghetti. Theyre not very firm and break easily so care in needed not to break them up when stirring. The taste is a bit like a falafel and they make a nice veggie alternative rather than Quorn meatballs. Will definitely be buying these!
Littel balls of nothingness
I was sent these free to review. I eat a lot of vegetarian food. These veggie balls are probably a good way to get some of your five a day but they are very basic. They taste of a mish mash of veg and have little seasoning. They are dry and crumble. Not very satisfying on the whole.
nice veggie alternative
These meatballs are a great veggie alternative, calories and macros are good too. Make sure you dont pan fry them in a sauce though like we did, as they turn a bit to mush!
Good protein content
I was quite sceptical of these as I was worried they'd be like those awful mushed together peas, sweetcorn and carrot nugget monstrosities you get at soft play centres if you are veggie. However, despite the fact they do actually contain bit of pea and sweetcorn, they aren't as mushy and tasteless as you might imagine. The protein macros are pretty good, 15g for a portion, so with a tasty tomato sauce, and some cheese, they are really rather nice. Even Husband, who hates peas and sweetcorn, ate them uncomplainingly.
Didn't enjoy these
Tried cooking them in the oven (the right way) and in the saucepan with a pasta sauce (not suggested) and the effects were similar - crumbly, stodgy and a bit bland. They're not substitutes for meat balls, but bits of sweetcorn etc in a ball that I found to fall apart.