The Secret Ingredient That Makes These Pancakes So Good
It isn't just a godsend for people following a gluten-free diet—it also happens to produce unexpectedly delicious baked goods, and more.
Photo: Lindsey S. Love
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A Way to Make Granola Feel Like Dessert
Another reason to try chickpea flour is the toasty flavor it takes on when you bake it. Take Love's Clumpy Granola Bowl, for instance; she adds a half-cup of the the flour to oats, chopped almonds, puffed rice, pumpkin seeds and a smattering of warm spices, including cinnamon and nutmeg. Plus, chickpea flour helps bind the other ingredients together, resulting in granola "clumps" that resemble the topping you often find on a fruit crumble.
Get the recipe: Clumpy Granola Bowl with Stewed Rhubarb and Yogurt