Chickpea flour frittata is an easy 5 ingredients egg-free frittata recipe that create delicious vegan frittata, 100 % gluten free, without compromising on flavor. With only 90 calories per serve and 5 g protein those chickpea frittata are perfect skinny breakfast on the go.
I am all into chickpea flour right now. I discover that magic yellow flour few weeks ago and I can’t stop myself to cook with it. Since hubby goes vegan this is my favorite flour to use as a egg replacement. I made chickpea flour crepes, chickpea flour omelette and now chickpea flour frittata. If you are not vegan, you probably wonder if it taste great? Well, it does taste like a egg frittata. It has the same egg-like texture with the similar yellow colors. Even my kids won’t notice it was a egg-free frittata made of chickpea flour.
Did you know that chickpea flour contains more protein than eggs per serve? There is 22 g of protein in 100 g of chickpea flour compared to 13 g in 100 g of cooked eggs. Amazing right? Another interesting point, there 27% iron in chickpea flour compared to 7% in eggs. SO enough nutritional talk and let’s jump to this easy delicious chickpea flour frittata recipe.
All you need is 4 basic ingredients:
The result is unbelievable. It taste delicious, it is easy to freeze, to store and rewarm. There was no leftover and we everyone loves it – even my 1 year old devour its frittata in no time. My vegan husband is in love with this recipe and I made this 3 times already ! So now, you know what to do? Let’s get some of this magic flour and make some chickpea flour frittata. Enjoy !
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