Here is another fun, delicious, and simple way you can use chickpea flour. The key for this recipe is that you must us a non-stick pan. Otherwise these will get stuck and be impossible to flip. Trust me, I tried it! If you have a non-stick pan, this is a super easy recipe. The first time I made it, I was amazed at how these came out. They are light, flexible, and fluffy. I found this recipe fits best with savory ingredients, but I bet you could add a little bit (1-2 Tbsp) of maple syrup or honey to turn these into a fun dessert crepe that you can fill with fresh fruit and homemade chocolate spread.
So far my favorite pairing with these crepes was filling them with beetroot hummus. However, these are so versatile and mild in flavor that they can be used in so many ways. Try a southwest wrap by adding black beans, salsa, lettuce, and homemade sour cream!
Gluten-Free Wrap Recipe
gluten-free, vegan, plant-based, refined sugar-free
If you are finding it difficult to find eggs at the store right now, head to the baking aisle and pick up a bag of chickpea flour (actually I suggest getting a bag even if eggs are plentiful :)). Chickpea flour has become one of my all-time favorite ingredients. This stuff is tremendously versatile, and can be used in so many recipes (which I will be posting more and more of).
I also love chickpea flour because it is packed with protein, while also being low in fat. Below you will find out how you can create a hearty breakfast option that is quick and easy to whip up. So go ahead and buy a bag, I will share with you different ways you can use it.
Eggless Quiche Recipe
vegan, gluten-free, plant-based, refined sugar-free
Amanda Windhof, PhD is an MS lifestyle advocate who wants to ensure a healthy diet is accessible to everyone.