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5 Chickpea-Based Desserts

Upon first consideration, chickpeas seem like a very weird ingredient to add to a dessert. But the more you think about it, the more it may start to make sense! They can become crispy or creamy smooth, depending on how prepared, and have a relatively mild natural flavor that is easily masked by stronger flavors like cinnamon and chocolate. Check out these 5 easy chickpea-based desserts and give one a try next time you have a sweets craving!

5 Chickpea-Based Desserts, Chickpea desserts, healthy desserts, Frugal LA Living

These chickpeas look incredible and you probably already have all the ingredients in your cabinet! A little bit of sugar, a little bit of cinnamon, and a little bit of oil come together to make this simple tasty treat.

5 Chickpea-Based Desserts, Chickpea desserts, healthy desserts, Frugal LA Living

These chickpea blondies only have about 176 calories per serving with lots of chocolate in each bite! If they don’t all get gobbled up right away, you can freeze individual servings and defrost at a later date.

5 Chickpea-Based Desserts, Chickpea desserts, healthy desserts, Frugal LA Living

Raw cookie dough you can feel good about eating! It is important to use oat flour for this recipe and not substitute for regular flour, regular flour is not meant to be eaten raw!

5 Chickpea-Based Desserts, Chickpea desserts, healthy desserts, Frugal LA Living

These look so freaking good! The chickpeas are dry roasted to create a crunchy texture that compliments the chocolate in a very satisfying way.

5 Chickpea-Based Desserts, Chickpea desserts, healthy desserts, Frugal LA Living

Can you believe these brownies have no flour in them?! This delicious dessert features sweet potato frosting, another surprising dessert ingredient!

Which one of these would you try? Let me know in the comments below!

By Natasha

City dwelling nature lover with homestead dreams.

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