Falafel Balls and Dill Dip, 16 grams protein per 4 oz puree lunch meal

falafel balls
4 Falafel Balls + Greek Dill Dip

This delicious lunch is perfect for preparing the night before for a grab-n-go high protein lunch meal.  Do not fry the mixture as directed on the box.  Skip Greek Dill Dip if you are lactose intolerant.


  • Falafel balls in baking pan
    Falafel balls in baking pan

    Prepare mix with water as directed.

  • Spray baking pan with oil spray.
  • Form small 1/2 ounce balls (measure as a heaping teaspoon, or half a shot glass) and place on pan.
  • Spray all the balls again with oil spray.
  • Bake on 450 for 15 minutes. Flip balls, and bake for another 5 minutes.

falafelmixA $6.00 box of Falafel Mix will yield 24 balls (enough for six meals).  This freezes very well, and defrosts while you are at work.   Falafel Mix is available in your supermarket’s Kosher or Ethnic isle.


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