Guys I’m so excited about these cookies!! I beg all of you! Try these super easy to make and SUPER healthy chickpea cookies! YES! I said chickpea cookies! These delicious bites are vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free, and they can be made nut free (see below) and oil free!
Your kiddos will have no idea they are loaded with wholesome ingredients. The ripe bananas and hint of maple syrup (optional) give these amazing cookies all the sweetness they need. These healthy cookies have no refined sugar, making them a perfectly suitable breakfast or snack. Your kids will love to eat them, and so will you!
I know what you’re thinking….chickpeas?? In cookies?? Really???
YES! REALLY REALLY!
I know it sounds strange. But I’ve made these cookies like a million times now and truly perfected this fool proof recipe. I’ve shared batches with all my friends and family and guess what? Not a single person guessed there was a chickpea in these cookies! Bonus, my nieces and nephews have who no problem being brutally honest with me…maybe to a fault, asks for them again and again.
These cookies are scrumptious and perfectly wholesome. Want cookies for breakfast? No problem! Now you can have your cookies, and eat them too! And all with zero guilt attached! Happy dance!
Did I mention how EASY these chickpea cookies are to make?
Just add ALL of the ingredients to your food processor and process until mostly smooth. No ingredient prep, just mix!! My favourite kind of recipe! These cookies practically make themselves. 😉
Form your chickpea cookies onto a prepared baking sheet using a metal teaspoon. You should get about 30 cookies, so use a large tray. Scoop the mixture and gently slide the batter off the spoon, onto the tray and bake. That’s it! These cookies are truly quick and easy. So if you need a dessert or breakfast idea in a pinch, make this your go to! You won’t be disappointed, and your kiddos will thank you endlessly!
I know my kids have no problem eating cookies for breakfast. Well now they can and I feel good about the nutrients and wholesome ingredients they’re consuming! These cookies also freeze well if you want to always have some on hand for easy breakfasts throughout your busy work week. I’m often make a double batch of these because they just don’t seem to last long!
Want to take this recipe to the next level?Use homemade peanut butter instead. Or make these cookies nut free by replacing the peanut butter with tahini. I’ve received some feedback that this works perfectly, although I have yet to try them this way.
Want more healthy cookie ideas? Try these Allergen Friendly Sweet Potato Cookies that are perfect for school safe snacks!
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