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Rebl Chef - Planty Broccoli Wings

 You know that broccoli is good for you, but what if you fancy a snack? Well, we made a healthy vegan snack that you can have as your vegan breakfast, lunch and dinner! Very easy to prepare in oven, fryer and air-fryer. And as a bonus: it is gluten free as well. That’s why we say: Keep on snackin’ in the green world!





Broccoli (65%) (ecuador), water, cornstarch, breadcrumbs (rice flour, ground chickpeas, salt, dextrose), canola oil, cornstarch, iodized salt, smoked paprika (paprika powder, smoke), cayenne pepper, thickener (xanthan gum)

Nutritional Value

Nutritional values                          Per 100 GR

Energy                                             736 KiloJoule
Energy                                             176 Kilocalories
Fat                                                   12 grams
Of which saturated fat                       0.8 grams
carbohydrates                                   13 grams
of which sugars                                 1.4 grams
Fiber                                                2 grams
Protein                                             4.3 grams

Salty                                                0.9 grams

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the products made of?

100% vegetable, no animal ingredients whatsoever. We use as few ingredients as possible that contain allergens. Like this we avoid the use of egg, lactose and fish. All our products contains no more than 7 ingredirents. You can view the detailed information about each product in the description above.

Can I purchase the product online?

You can purhcase our products from the retail stores all around the Netherlands and even some locations in Belgium. To find the nearest store please refer to the "Where To Find Us" page and start your planty adventures!

Where do you grow your products?

We only use European soy to have a negative impact on our planet prevent. We always source other ingredients within the European national borders to keep our food print as low as possible