Gluten-free Mushroom Risotto Balls (Frozen)
Gluten-free Mushroom Risotto Balls (Frozen)
Gluten-free Mushroom Risotto Balls (Frozen)

Gluten-free Mushroom Risotto Balls (Frozen)

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  • 175 g of risotto balls
  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Preservative-free

We cooked up a tasty mushroom risotto with arborio rice and shiitake mushrooms and formed it into perfect size scoops for versatility. Enjoy on their own, on a salad, a side dish, or in a wrap. You can't go wrong, no matter how you serve these.

Ingredients

Chopped Vegetables (Onion, Celery), Water, Rice, Sunflower Oil, Chickpeas, Garlic, Shiitake Mushrooms, Salt, Spices.

About My Little Chickpea

As a busy executive and mother of 2, Rula Sharkawi wanted to find a way to make meals easy, but she wasn’t satisfied with the offering. She left her corporate job to start My Little Chickpea. Her goal was to share the same foods that she eats at home by helping busy people eat well with plant-based nutrient-dense foods.




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