I use chickpea flour in baked goods quite often in combination with other flours, but have never used it on its own in anything sweet. Thank you for making the recipe and your feedback , my girlfriend and i tried these and we LOVED them. But these… Delicious!!! Whenever bloggers leave comments on my blog I immediately go look at their blog! Aw, yay! Q: I am about to make another batch but only have one cup chickpea flour left. Once done, let them cool on the pan for around 3-5 minutes and then transfer them to a cooling rack. Love chickpea flour! 1/4 c coconut sugar (sift out most lumps) I subbed brown sugar for the white and omitted the stevia, and they are plenty sweet enough. Sadly they have a very bitter taste. . I assumed it was a savory type of flour. It’s delicious every time , That’s great Stephanie, thanks for letting me know! pulses we told you about earlier this year, https://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2012/02/07/how-to-cook-with-coconut-oil/. I’ve replaced the egg with grounded flax/chia egg and it’s still perfect. I’m truly so glad that you and your husband enjoyed them! I baked them for 10 minutes , I added 1 tsp almond extract and 1/2 cup sliced almonds. , I just made these (added dried cranberries too). First time using chickpea flour. Thank you so much for such a thoughtful review and thank you for letting folks know about the coconut sugar! definitely a new favorite, Hey Tucker – yay! . Either way they were awsome the almond extract gave a lot of flavor. I’ve baked these many many times and it is a big family favourite. (sorry for any mistakes, English is not my first language), That’s so great Marta, thanks for the comment (and your English is great)! I really enjoyed making these chickpea cookies! I love the idea of using butter – I am a butter lover! Your cookies were the first recipe I tried… twice I did add 2 drops of orange essential oil the second time. When blended up, beans have a marvelous binding quality, enabling you to create desserts without flour. Hey Ari!! XO! I’ve never baked with chickpea flour, but I’m loving the texture of these cookies! I’ll have to try them with coconut sometime. What a great treat these would be for the kids, with a bit of healthiness mixed in there Pinning! Woohoo – second time making them! Thank you so much for your kind review, Josie! I did, however, find this blog post to be super informative: https://www.thespruceeats.com/making-chickpea-flour-2394971 … so hopefully that will help you! Sorry but I followed this recipe and the consistency is not nice at all. I was scared that it wouldn’t spread or would taste gross, but it spread, browned, retained its structure, settled nicely and tasted like a good ole’ chocolate chip cookie. Stir in the oil, maple syrup, and vanilla. And the almond butter sounds like a great add. I got my latest set of measuring spoons off of Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004SU1I?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creativeASIN=B00004SU1I&linkCode=xm2&tag=oatwitafor-20 . Place in the preheated oven for 9-10 minutes to let them bake! We always had the slice and bake. I love the idea of making this into a fun giant cookie cake!! I can’t believe tha amazing taste of this, I didn’t think they would be so delicious. thanks lauren for the idea! Anyway, DELISH. Your email address will not be published. Thank you Cameron! Glad room temp flour worked for you Linda! Perfect Chocolate Ice Cream (Vegan, Paleo), http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004SU1I?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creativeASIN=B00004SU1I&linkCode=xm2&tag=oatwitafor-20, 5-Ingredient No-Roll Pie Crust (GF, Nut-Free), 5-Ingredient Quinoa Pizza Crust (Vegan, Gluten-Free), Buckwheat Flour Chocolate Cake for One (Oil-Free). Hi there! If you give it a try, please let me know! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, I have never had a better gf cookie. I also found the dough stickier than the white wheat flour cookies I’m used to, and I had to resist the temptation to stray from the recipe to add much more chickpea flour, which would have made the cookies tough, gritty and bitter. Just made these for my kids (ages 11 and 14) and we all LOVE them! 2 tsp vanilla Yum,yum! amzn_assoc_marketplace = "amazon"; Olive oil might give them a more “savory” taste so I would try butter first for sure! Best – Haylie. That’s great Christine, I’m so happy you all enjoyed them! Made this again last night and they were a huge hit! Chickpea flour is one of the things I’ve always had issues with thinking of how to use it, as it lasts longer than all the other flours and starches in use. Thank you. . Hey Pearl – I absolutely agree!! Salty/sweet is my FAVE! I used a chickpea and fava bean flour mix and they were fantastic!!!!!!!!! Why did I let myself feel so empty inside that I felt like stuffing my face with cookies would help? These were great and got the big thumbs up from her! One word, AMAZING! Thank you! I appreciate your comment and so glad that you are on board to try out the cookies! Kate, that makes me so glad that your Dad has found a GF cookie that works for him! I had all of the ingredients on hand. I’m thinking of baking a giant cookie as a birthday cake for my husband, how long do you think I should bake it for? I’ll have to try out your version on my own! Hi Nicole! I made 6 large cookies on each sheet. I added half the amount of white sugar(in the form of maple syrup) and it was still sweet enough. I made these today without the chocolate chips and they were delicious! I hope that works! , Hello Lauren, Thanks, Katherine! Thank you for the kind review – totally made my day! . Chickpeas and garbanzo beans are the same thing. I loved the gooey softness of the insides. I’m a creeper like that sometimes. I used olive oil as I had run out of coconut oil but they still tasted great. I wish I could move the comment to the top as well, lol! I wasn’t sure how I would like the chickpea flour but WOW these were awesome!!!! Great question – I’m honestly not sure, as I’ve never tried that before and am not sure what texture it would yield/if it would change the cookie altogether. Hi Juliana! Have you ever tried Lupin flour? I stalk blogs too and only leave comments if I’m truly inspired, so I getcha! I can’t have oil though …Do you think these would work if i replaced the oil with pumpkin? It cuts the cookie down between 90 to 100 calories. chickpea flour chocolate chip cookies, gluten free chocolate chip cookie, gluten free cookie. Amazing! Chickpea Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies (makes about 24) 1 1/2 cup chickpea flour. Definitely let it cool for longer than the normal cookies as well. These cookies are so delicious and taste like a choc chip cookie using traditional flour, eggs, milk…all the things my body no longer lets me eat without consequences. Yum! My 8 year old loved them also. I’m very appreciative. They cooked evenly and had a good texture warm. 1 1/2 teaspoon baking soda. Happy you liked them I love how soft and gooey they are too! There is definitely nothing like freshly baked cookies and the smell that it makes throughout the house! People should take note that if they use chocolate chips, it will no longer be dairy free, most likely. I will be making these again and again. In the fridge or on the counter? I am constantly cooking and trying out new recipes so getting a thumbs up from them is a big deal. These look great! I have been making cookies and sweet breads with Chickpea flour for a few years now and your Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe is the best cookie recipe I have tried yet! Please see Notes for more about baking. Love that your husband is a firefighter! My husband’s family are Indian and they cook with it ALL of the time. . Press down on the top of each ball of dough to flatten a bit. Have an awesome week . Hi Eva! These are perfect and the combination of sweeteners is just right. Yup. I’ve never used chickpea flour before, but now I think I’ll have to! And the crispy outside and soft centre are just perfection! He was even more into them when I mentioned the flour is higher in natural protein! They’re so filling that there’s no way we could eat a whole batch in one sitting though! I just bought some more chickpea flour and put it in the freezer. I’m so glad you liked these cookies Great feedback also in regards to the coconut oil differences and chickpea flour. Made them for my boyfriend to try and get him into chickpea flour and he’s a convert! I’m trying not to eat sweets but I decided to cave by making this healthier treat.