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chickpea chocolate chip cookies


1¼ cup canned chickpeas, well-rinsed and patted dry with a paper towel

2 tsp vanilla extract

½ cup plus 2 tbsp (165 grams) natural peanut butter*

¼ cup (80 grams) honey

1 tsp baking powder

⅛ tsp of salt

½ cup (90 grams) semisweet or bittersweet chocolate chips



  1. Preheat your oven to 350°F.
  2. Combine all the ingredients, except for the chocolate chips, in a food processor and process until very smooth, scraping the sides and the top to get the little chunks of chickpeas and process again until they're combined.
  3. Remove mixture to a bowl, and add chocolate chips. Mix.
  4. With wet hands, form into 1½” balls.
  5. Place on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. If you prefer flatter cookies, press down slightly on the balls. They don't do much rising or spreading.
  6. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until slightly golden brown.

*If the peanut butter separates and the oil floats to the top, stir it before using.


Makes 24 small cookies

Nutrition Analysis is based on one 28g cookie


chickpea chocolate chip cookies

About Carolyn Cohen

Carolyn Cohen, Natural Foods Chef, has owned and operated DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School for the last 15 years. DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School specializes in whole natural food HOME cooking, meal panning, and healthy eating. CAROLYN also owns DELICIOUSNUTRITION, a nutrition based culinary school specializing in holistic health and nutrition. Classes focus on clean-eating programs, superfoods and classes targeting specific health concerns and goals. Carolyn, is an Occupational Therapist by training who left her practice to pursue her passion - cooking. She started cooking at a very young age, and takes great pride in planning both simple, everyday meals and menus you can entertain with. Her informative and casual teaching style has inspired people to become great cooks and to enjoy being in the kitchen.

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