Chickpea & Mayo Sandwich Filling

May 14, 2018

I've always been a total mayo-fiend, so finding out Vegenaise is low FODMAP has been great! Other egg-free options I've come across seem to have added fructose syrup or inulin so they're no good for me right now. 


This is a really simple and healthy sandwich filling you can prep for the week to quickly rustle up sandwiches for packed lunches. 


[5 Minutes to Prepare]

Serves One (just multiply by however many servings you'd like to prep)






¼ cup of chickpeas, canned and rinsed

1-2 tbsp Vegenaise (if it's a different brand, double check for high FODMAP ingredients)

1 spring onion, the dark green section chopped

1 tsp capers, chopped *optional 

Salt and pepper to taste


Serve: two slices of sourdough wheat or spelt bread, sliced cucumber and tomatoes.





  1.  Mash the chickpeas with the back of a fork

  2. Add the spring onion green, Vegenaise and chopped capers

  3. Spread the filling out on two slices of proper sourdough bread and add FODMAP-free salad, such as cucumber, common tomatoes, lettuce and radishes 


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