Check out our awesome list of 20 healthy chick pea recipes. It includes garbanzo bean flour recipes, garbanzo bean cookies and other garbanzo bean recipes. Chick peas are also known as garbanzo beans. And garbanzo bean flour is also known as chickpea flour, besan flour and gram flour. Chick peas are from the legume family and are very high in protein, are a complex carb, low in fat, is very filling, Chick peas can help you burn fat, can be used as an egg replacer and can be ground in to a flour that is grain-free and is gluten-free. The most traditional way to cook garbanzo beans is in hummus, falafel and whole in salads but here are several ideas of new and exciting chickpea recipes to try. Wondering where to find chickpea flour? The best brand I’ve found is Bob’s Red Mill Garbanzo Bean Flour.
I’ve accumulated a list of all the great garbanzo bean recipes from Pinterest so you can find one that you love:
Pretty much anything you drizzle with the best maple syrup is good!
I make this at least once a week for either just me or my whole family. I prefer it a little thicker but my children like it really thin, crisp and well-cooked. We had a hard time finding something to cook it on that doesn’t stick. So far the best thing we’ve found is stoneware but it needs to have sides so we do several pie pans so everyone can have their own pizza. A frying pan works ok too but I gave up after both my husband and I burned ourselves on the handle.
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