gluten free
plant-based protein
Source of fibre
Beans & Legumes


Chickpeas have a slightly nutty flavour, a bit of a crunch and are a versatile pantry staple. Popular in dishes all over the world, use them to add plant-based goodness to curries, vegetarian burgers or tacos, soups, desserts or roast them for a snack or to top salads. The ideal base for homemade hummus!

Nutritional info

Description Per Serving Per 100g
Energy (KJ) 412 515
Protein (g) 5.3 6.6
Fat Total (g) 2.0 2.6
Saturated Fats (g) 0.3 0.4
Carbs (g) 12.6 15.8
Sugar (g) 0.2 0.3
Dietary Fibre 3.8 4.8
Sodium (mg) 202 252

Product details

Chickpeas* (60%), Water, Sea Salt. (*certified organic)
Serving size
Serving per pack


Vegan Chilli, Avocado “Sour Cream” & Grilled Corn
Enjoy this winter warmer! This dish is packed with fresh flavour and vegetarian protein.
Beet And Ricotta Hummus With Crispy Baked Garlic Pita Chips
​We use canned chickpeas to make this beet and ricotta hummus with crispy baked garlic pita chips super easy. You can be creative with this recipe, adding in extra herbs, spices and other baked vegetables. The ricotta makes the hummus ultra creamy whilst the beetroot adds depth and beautiful colour.
The Best Chocolate Chickpea Brownie
This is the best one you will ever try. They have a rich, chocolatey flavour and a perfect soft and moist, fudgy texture. The chickpeas give a secret boost of plant-based protein and fibre. They are delicious with or without frosting, you decide, but this nut butter frosting recipe is absolutely delicious.

Other products you may like

Cannellini Beans
Butter Beans

No ratings yet.

What do you think about this recipe?

Stay in the Know

Join our newsletter for the latest in delicious recipes and sustainable living inspiration

Sign Up for Recipes

Join our newsletter for the latest in delicious recipes and sustainable living inspiration