Chickpea Flour Pancakes Recipe

Chickpea Flour Pancakes Recipe - Grain-free and gluten-free #glutenfree #grainfree

Are you looking for good garbanzo bean flour recipes, chickpea flour flour recipes or besan flour recipes (did you know it’s the same thing, different name)?  Well, this is one of my favorites.  It’s quick to make, healthy and full of protein.  This is a great grain free pancake recipe and keep in mind that it’s really flexible.  I often leave out the baking powder (since I’m allergic to it) and the sugar because I don’t think it’s necessary.  When my raspberries are on, I put extra berries in and less water.  Besides, pretty much anything you drizzle with the best maple syrup is good!  For more yummy garbanzo bean recipes, please see our post on My 20 Favorite Garbanzo Bean Recipes.

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Chickpea Flour Pancakes Recipe
  • ⅓ cup berries
  • ¼ tsp. baking powder
  • 1 egg
  • 1 mashed banana
  • 1 tsp. sugar
  • ¾ cup garbanzo bean flour
  • 3 Tbl. flax seeds
  • water
  1. Mix all the above ingredients together except the water
  2. Add water until it's the consistency of pancakes
  3. Warm a frying pan or griddle and cook like regular pancakes
  4. Top with more berries and syrup if desired.


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  1. Dana Gemer says

    I have some garbanzo flour and was wondering what I can make with it. The pancakes look delicious – I’m going to give them a try! Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Barb says

    We tried these for dinner and they were a success! My kids enjoyed them and couldn’t even tell the they were different.

  3. amal says

    Thank you for sharing. Excellent recipe. Tried it this morning for breakfast. I fall in love with these pancakes. I did not have berries but I used raisins and cranberries. Added some apple puree which I collected from my juicer when I made fresh juice.
    Thanks again

  4. desiree says

    im going thorugh a lot now i have allergies to a lot of food and then i gain over 75 lb and can not get off yet

  5. Lauren says

    Yum! Just made these and they were delish! I used coconut sugar and ground flax. Thanks for the great recipe!

  6. natalie parvis says

    Wow. This sounds great! I have a child who is severely allergic to milk, so this is good, even for him!

  7. Veronica says

    Was wondering if you have frozen any of these and saved for a later date…my experience with chickpea flour is that the item is great made fresh and then next day not so good. Any thoughts?

    • Rebecca says

      I haven’t tried freezing them but I do sometimes save them for the next day. They are definitely not as good but I think they are the best reheated in the toaster – kind of like a Pop Tart so maybe you could try that?


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