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Chickpea Gluten Free Cookies: Vegan Option, No Sugar Recipe


chickpea flour cookies vegan recipe

With so much of fuss about gluten these days, you are certain to wonder: is chickpea flour gluten free? Of course, you are looking for gluten-free recipes, given the increasing incidence of gluten insensitivity among a large number of people.

Worry not! We promise to bring to you gluten free recipes that will keep you from gluten intolerance. The options are galore. All you need to do is find the right product and balance. Of course, the right ingredient that you are not intolerant to.

There are different ways to experiment with chickpea. Nowadays aquafaba is trending high among vegan and vegetarian food lovers. Aquafaba or chickpea water makes a great egg substitute for all recipes. Do give it a try. But there is a certain way to make the most of this water. Shall talk about it in another post. 

So coming back to the question whether chickpea flour is gluten free. Absolutely, chickpea is gluten free, so you can include it in your healthy regimen.

Chickpea gluten free recipes are easy and so so yummy. Chickpea flour lends a distinct taste to any recipe.

My love for cookies is no secret anymore. Since cookies are a favorite this side, I try to experiment with different ingredients to bring to you crunchy, crispy, delicious cookies. The chickpea gluten free cookie recipe, as its name suggests, uses besan or gram flour, or chickpea flour.

gluten free chickpea cookies

Actually chickpea is a versatile ingredient and makes delicious savory snacks, lip-smacking curries, finger-licking desserts and sweets, and delectable cookies. You already know of besan nankhatai. Or for that matter besan cornflakes nankhatai, which got viral in my food group and across many other groups. I must say it has a unique flavor.

Those who have tried the besan nankhatai with cornflakes once have done it an umpteen number of times.


This time even I wanted to recreate the same, but due to power outage, I was not able to grind cornflakes, so dropped the idea of including them to the recipe. So this gave me a chickpea flour cookies vegan recipe that I am in love with. I have shared the vegan options as well. The gluten free cookie recipe is shared below. 










Besan Cookies Vegan Ingredients
1 cup- besan (chickpea flour)
2 tsp- milk powder (vegan users may replace with dry coconut powder or any almond meal ...here's the recipe to make almond meal)
1 tbsp- cold butter/ cold ghee/ refrigerate for 30mts before use...vegan recipe may substitute with almond butter or olive oil
2 tbsp- olive oil
1 tsp- flax meal (egg replacement - soak 1 tsp of roasted flax seeds in 3 tsp of water for 15 minutes and then use 1 tsp of the mix) - or you may substitute with 1 tbsp olive oil
3 tsp- jaggery powder (or sugar powder) - please increase the amount as per your taste..I take less sweet
cardamom powder
1 tsp- baking powder
Almond and pistachio
gluten free chickpea cookies















Procedure
  1. Mix all dry ingredients.
  2. Mix ghee, olive oil, and flax meal. 
  3. Add jaggery powder and cardamom to the wet ingredients and whisk until everything is combined.
Gather all ingredients. DO NOT KNEAD. Roll out the dough into a log or ball. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or 1 hour. 
Preheat oven (microwave's convection mode) at 180 degrees for 10 mts.

Cut the dough into desired shapes. 


Throw in slivered almond and pistachio. 


Place on a greased baking tray at an even distance. I airfried my gluten free cookies. If you wish to airfry, preheat at 180 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Air fry for 10 minutes. 
If you want to use oven or microwave, bake at 170 degrees for 10-12 mts.
chickpea flour cookies

Enjoy gluten-free besan cookies vegan recipe with black tea. Yummy!!!

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