Those tasty Spinach Falafel Sliders are quick, easy and a total crowd pleaser! Fall into serious flavour with this gluten free and vegan sandwich with lots of proteins, crunchy vegetables and a fresh homemade tzatziki sauce. A clean sandwich recipe perfect to serve as your next game night food.
Healthy Falafel Sliders
We all love sandwich during summer. Don’t we? So easy to prepare and so refreshing after a long hot day. I am already planning lots of summer recipe for my busy January schedule as a new mum. I know that healthy sandwiches will be a life saver when baby is born. I love to use falafel as a sandwich filler because it is full of proteins. Also falafel batter is so easy to freeze and bake in 20 minutes. In this healthy falafel sliders recipe I used my vegan Spinach falafel recipe here. It is an easy falafel recipe that I love to prepare in large quantity and freeze for busy days. If you shape the falafel before freezing them there is no need to defrost them before baking. Simply place them onto a cookie sheet with parchment paper and bake at 200 C until crispy.
I love to use small sliders buns to make those healthy sandwiches. The one from Bakeworks are great because they are not too big and 100% gluten free and dairy free. A great bread choice to create healthy falafel sliders that are vegan.
I simply used a dairy free tzatziki sauce recipe on the blog here and crunchy fresh vegetables to garnish my sliders. I love the fresh combo of crispy lettuce, red cabbage and I can’t resist to add sriracha sauce as well! This baby love extra spicy food ! It is very simple to prepare and burst in flavor. It is a very fulfilling healthy sandwich for summer and I hope some of you will try to make those!
The Spinach falafel recipe is available here and the dairy free tzatziki sauce is available here.
- 6 slider buns - I used Bakeworks in NZ
- 1/3 cup tzatziki sauce
- 6 vegan falafel
- 1/2 cup cos lettuce
- 1/4 cup red cabbage shredded
Cut the slider buns halfway.
Spread tzatziki sauce on both sides of the buns.
Add a warm and crispy baked falafel on the bottom slider side.
Top with crunchy lettuce and red cabbage.
This post is sponsored by BakeworksNZ. I received a compensation to develop this recipe but note that I only promote product I trust and love on my blog. Thanks for your understanding.