Ingredients

2 grated carrots (220 g)

1 chopped onion (120 g)

1 teaspoon fine grated ginger

1 teaspoon of curry

1 tablespoon of chia

1 egg, slightly beaten

½ cup (oat) of oatmeal (50 g)

½ cup (tea) of wheat flour (50 g)

Chopped parsley to taste

Salt and pepper

Sometimes it makes you want to eat that snack, right? But, when thinking about the most common options, the amount of fat already discourages us. However, there are alternatives! The carrot and chia dumpling is a healthy suggestion for an accompaniment to lunch or dinner, or even to be served in a round of homemade snacks. In addition to being delicious, it is still very nutritious and very easy to prepare. Want to see?

Preparation mode

In a large container, mix all the ingredients and season with salt and pepper;

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the molded cookies with the help of two spoons;

Bake in the preheated oven (200 ° C) for about 35 minutes;

Serve next, accompanied by a salad of green leaves.

Carrot is good for eyesight and reduces the risk of infections

A vegetable that has several benefits, carrots are famous for being good for the eyes as they are a source of vitamin A, but that’s not all! It also controls blood pressure levels, decreases the risk of infection and improves bowel function.

Chia seed is a friend of diabetics

Chia is a seed that carries an extraordinary benefit: thanks to its fibers, it regulates blood sugar levels, making it an excellent food for diabetics. In addition, it fights cancer cells, prevents cardiovascular problems and is still good for memory.

Oatmeal has detox effect on the body

Oatmeal is another food full of health benefits. In addition to eliminating toxins from the body, its fibers give the feeling of satiety. It also has tryptophan, a substance that improves mood and reduces the desire to eat sweets, helping diabetics and people who need to lose weight. Another advantage for diabetics is that oatmeal also controls blood sugar, it is good for the digestive system and the heart.

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