gluten-free vegetarian

High-Fibre Cracker Breads & Hummus

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Prep information

Cook time
2 minutes
Serves
1
Recipe by
Michael at Lo-Dough

Nutritional information (per lo-dough piece)

Calories
190 kcal
Fat
3g
Carbs
25g
Fibre
13.3g
Protein
11g

Put down the crisps - Lo-Dough is here to save the day with its low calorie, low carb, delicious alternative. This is the ultimate high-fibre snack - giving you half your recommended daily intake in one sitting! Use shop-bought hummus and Lo-Dough to create this ready in minutes snack. 

We've posted a recipe for cracker-breads before, but after a bit of experimenting, we've discovered you can microwave Lo-Dough with a couple of other sprinkles to make delicious, low calorie, low-carb and high fibre (read: filling, satisfying) snacks.

For flavour and texture, we have used some of Spicentice's BBQ rub and Eatlean's Protein Cheese Shaker. You could do this with grated parmesan and a spice mix of your own, but it wouldn't be quite the same - and definitely wouldn't have the same low-calorie quality. 

Hummus is simple to make - just blitz a tin of chickpeas, a clove of garlic, a squeeze of lemon, a spoon of cumin a good spoon of tahini and a little olive oil and water to create a smooth paste. Garnish with whole chickpeas and a dusting of smoked paprika. 

Follow the method below for this awesome high-fibre snack. 

 

Ingredients

Serves 1
  • 1 piece of Lo-Dough
  • A good shake of 'Eatlean Protein Cheese Shaker' or grated parmesan
  • A good pinch of 'Spicentice BBQ rub or any other bbq seasoning you might have
  • A few sprays of spray oil
  • 100g of hummus dip

What you'll need

This diet-friendly recipe is possible with:

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Method

  1. Spray your low dough with a couple of sprays of oil Add a shake of the cheese and a sprinkle of the rub on to one side of the Lo-dough. Run over with a rolling pin (use the paper the Lo-Dough comes with as a protective barrier) to push them into the dough. Repeat on the other side.
  2. Place on a plate and microwave for two minutes.
  3. Remove and break up into pieces. Serve with your hummus.

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