Good source of fibre
Plant-based protein
Gluten free
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Beans & Legumes

Cannellini Beans

Cannellini beans are small white beans with a mild flavour and are a versatile pantry staple. Use them to add some plant-based goodness to salads, soups, vegetarian burgers, pasta dishes or as a base for dips.

Nutritional info

Description Per Serving Per 100g
Energy (KJ) 349 436
Protein (g) 6.2 7.8
Fat Total (g) 0.4 0.5
Saturated Fats (g) <0.1 0.1
Carbohydrate (g) 10.8 13.5
Sugar (g) 0.2 0.3
Dietary Fibre 5.5 6.9
Sodium (mg) 234 292

Product details

Weight
400g
Ingredients
Cannellini Beans* (60%), Water, Sea Salt. (*certified organic)
Serving size
80g
Serving per pack
3

RECIPES USING Cannellini Beans

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Jeanne's Beans
This family favourite makes enough to serve a large group, perfect for parties or any family occasion. It’s also ideal for freezing single serve portions for an easy, healthy weekday lunch. The beans can be substituted with just about any variety you have in your pantry.
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White Bean Lemon Syrup Sheet Cake with Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting
White cannellini beans replace butter in this lemon sheet cake creating a beautiful textured cake that’s full of plant-based protein. Drizzle with lemon syrup straight from oven for a simple lemon cake, or ice with strawberry cream cheese frosting for a delicious dessert for a crowd or children’s birthday party.
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Whole Maple Roast Squash with Turmeric Tamari Almonds & Hemp Seeds
This no waste recipe uses an entire squash – skin, seeds and all! Look for smaller squash varieties such as buttercup or butternut, as they have thinner skins that will cook faster.
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Easy Chicken Cacciatore
Using Chantal Organics pasta sauce makes this rustic Italian dish super easy to whip up for a hearty weeknight meal. Choose the arrabbiata sauce for a spicy option, or the sugar free bolognese sauce to please the whole family. This recipe can be easily scaled up or down depending on how many servings you require […]
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Whole Roast Cauliflower & Black Bean Traybake
This no waste recipe uses all parts of a cauliflower – florets, stems and leaves! Feel free to add any combination of vegetables according to what you have on hand or in season. Swap potatoes for sweet potato, spinach for rocket, yoghurt for halloumi, or add in avocado and cherry tomatoes when in season.
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Slow Cooked Beef Brisket
Mmmm… Beefy brisket is transformed into tender morsels of goodness. Rub the beef with a combination of chilli powder, cumin, brown sugar, cayenne and garlic then slow-cook it in a homemade sweet and savoury sauce. After ten hours of gentle cooking, the meat can be sliced or shredded, tossed with the sauce, and stuffed into […]

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