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Charity Chomp: Wrap it up!

Charity Chomp: Wrap it up!

Friday 12 May 2023

Charity Chomp: Wrap it up!

Friday 12 May 2023

With falafels, cucumber and spinach, this recipe is the perfect one to wrap up some of your five-a-day in one go.

This week's recipe is brought to you by Beresford Street Kitchen, which helps people with learning disabilities into paid employment in its café network.

This wrap will be perfect to make for lunch or a picnic, and it would go perfectly with BSK's Banana Bread or their Oat and Raisin Cookies.

(Serves two)

Falafel and hummus wrap with cucumber yoghurt


  • 1 portion of falafels (homemade or shop bought) 

  • Hummus 

  • ¼ cucumber, half sliced and other half grated 

  • Baby spinach 

  • Greek yoghurt 

  • 1 tsp ground cumin 

  • Juice of ½ lemon

  •  2 tortilla wraps, we use spinach ones but any type will do 


  1.  Mix two tablespoons of greek yoghurt with grated cucumber, cumin, lemon juice and a pinch of salt, set aside. 

  2.  Place each wrap on a plate and spread with hummus. 

  3.  Place half the sliced cucumber, spinach, and falafel down the middle each wrap and roll up tightly tucking the ends in as you roll. 

  4.  Serve on a plate with the greek yoghurt on the side. Alternatively you can spread the yogurt in the wrap.


Remember, there's one key rule with Charity Chomp... if you think it's delicious, donate!

Click HERE to give a 'tip' to BSK. 

...And why not treat yourself a copy of BSK's recipe book? 'Cooking with a Conscience' is available here. 

This recipe first featured on Bailiwick Wellbeing, your free guide to wellness in work and island life to help you start the weekend - and week ahead - in the right way. Sign up now here.

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