The Chickpea Way: 10 Amazing Ways To Enjoy This Superfood
Filled with protein, folic acid, and fiber, you just can't get enough of them. Or maybe you can...?
Variety is the spice of life, so here are 10 fun recipes to help you keep the love for chickpeas.
Tossed with fresh veggies, almonds, olive oil, lemon juice and feta cheese, this salad recipe is one you'll want to serve again and again. Cut your prep time in half by tossing all the ingredients to be chopped in a hardwood chopping bowl, and use an extra sharp mezzaluna.
Who knew a touch of olive oil and spices could transform a can of chickpeas into a crunchy substitute for potato chips?
Tasty and filling, this chickpea avocado sandwich is so high in fiber you'll be able to glide through the 3 pm slump! Scallions, lemon, celery, and feta and dimension to this tasty lunch treat.
With a multitude of flavors in every perfect bit, you just can't get enough of chopped salads. Try this Greek version with kalamata olives, feta, and fresh red, green, & yellow peppers.
A meat-free stir fry that only costs about $8 to make. At just 248 calories a serving, this lip-smacking dish is a win-win.
An egg-free, gluten-free, low in calories, rich in omega-3s, deliciously sweet way to hide superfood garbanzo beans in your kid's dessert. Brah, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!
A chunky, hearty, spicy soup to keep you warm. Drizzle lightly with extra virgin olive oil for even more dimension.
Who knew that chickpeas + garlic + cheese + food processor = an amazingly creamy (yet healthy!) sauce to top your favorite pasta?
Top a fresh green salad with this healthy version of a savory fried cake.
Yes, Beet Hummus. Calls for beets, tahini, garlic, lemon, cumin, salt and pepper. It's a shocking purple concoction that gets everyone talking. So rich in antioxidants it makes sense to eat beets regularly. And, when you eat a superfood-chickpeas-meets-superfood-beets hummus you just may feel like donning a cape!
If you're looking to add some delicious and healthy chickpea salads to your diet, then you simply must try them in a wooden salad bowl. It will keep your salads fresh and crisp, and they also make for a beautiful presentation that's sure to impress your dinner guests.