Moroccan Chickpea Wraps

February  8, 2016
3 Ratings
Photo by Wellness with Taryn
  • Serves 2
Author Notes

A yummy recipe for the whole family. If you're feeling like something a little different, yet not too adventurous this is the recipe for you. Gluten free and full of goodness! —Wellness with Taryn

What You'll Need
  • 1/2 cup chickpea flour
  • 1 teaspoon moroccan spice
  • 1 teaspoon ground flax seeds
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon cold pressed organic olive oil
  • cold water
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. FILLINGS Cajun Spiced Hummus, Baby Spinach, Red Onion, Raw Carrot, Sprouts, Radishes, Baby Tomatoes
  2. In a mixing bowl add all the ingredient except for the water. When the little air bubbles start to show, and the underneath is nicely cooked through, use your skills and flip onto the other side.
  3. Slowly add water until you've combined all ingredients into a pancake like batter.
  4. You want the consistency to be runny, but not too thin, so about a medium thickness. If you accidentally add too much water, you can add more chickpea flour to correct.
  5. In a preheated to medium frying pan, spoon the batter, and pick the pan up and circulate to spread the mixture into a medium thickness circle. It should be slightly thicker than a tortilla.
  6. When the little air bubbles start to show, and the underneath is nicely cooked through, use your skills and flip onto the other side. The size of each wrap is up to you, obviously the bigger you go the less you'll be able to make, but in that regard just double up on the recipe to make a larger batch.

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4 Reviews

Kaite March 24, 2016
I just had to let you know that I made these again tonight. But I did something a little different. At the end of making the 'pancakes' I made a few thin ones. I then heated my toaster oven and baked the pancake at 300 degrees until it was dried. I let it cool off and then broke it into pieces.They made perfect crackers!
Wellness W. March 25, 2016
Hi Katie, oh my goodness that sounds amazing!!! Yummm!!!! What a good idea! I actually just recently bought some chickpea crackers and though to myself I should try and make some too! I saw this incredibly yummy looking recipe the other day, Sarah is one of my biggest inspirations when it comes to food blogging :-) How good do they look? http://www.mynewroots.org/site/2016/03/chickpea-tortilla-nachos/
Kaite March 22, 2016
So good! I added grilled chicken breast to mine. The flavor of the cooked pancake is really tasty. I see myself making this again tomorrow night!
Wellness W. March 23, 2016
Hi Katie, thank you so much for your comment! So glad you enjoyed it Xxx