Eco-friendly Power Pizza with Chickpea Crust (Vegan, Gluten-Free)

 

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THE BEST FALAFEL RECIPE | crispy fried and baked falafel (vegan)

Video taken from the channel: Downshiftology


Always use organic and non-GMO tofu. You can also add your favorite toppings – for this one in particular, we really wanted to keep this pizza simple and light. Type: Vegan, gluten free Serves: 2. Ingredients. For the pizza crust: 1 cup chickpea flour 1 cup purified water 1/4 tsp baking soda 2 tsp apple cider vinegar 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil.

a handful of fresh arugula. olive oil for cooking. Directions: Prepare the crust. Preheat the oven to 180C. In a bowl mix chickpea flour, water, 1 tbsp of olive oil, salt, pepper, and turmeric.

Stir well until you get a smooth mixture. This won’t be like a regular dough that you can roll on the baking sheet. Like many, pizza is one of my all-time favourite foods. There’s nothing quite like the taste of (vegan) cheese, tomato and basil, all spread over a delicious crust. For a while now, I’ve been experimenting with making vegan gluten-free pizza bases, and one of the alternatives I’ve really enjoyed is this Chickpea Flour Pizza Crust.

Friends, it’s here! A vegan, gluten-free pizza crust that’s easy to make with ingredients you probably have on hand right now. Not to mention, it’s perfectly crisp on the edges and firm but tender in the center.

Whoop! Let’s make gluten-free pizza dreams come true! This recipe requires 10 simple ingredients and comes together in less than 45 minutes from start to finish!Pizza night is every Sunday, much to my children’s delight.In fact, if we eat anything else, even everyone’s favorite homemade hamburger helper recipe, they feel deprived.. I’ve been using at least a half dozen different pizza crust recipes this year and trying new gluten-free crust recipes all the time, it seems.

As fun as it is, I need a standby – and I also need to quit heating the. However, you can choose any toppings which you like for this deep dish pizza, for example, tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, chickpeas and so much more. Gluten-Free Pizza Dough. I created a new gluten-free pizza dough with chickpea flour, rice. Instructions.

Preheat oven to 425 degrees F with the two personal ceramic pizza stones on the oven rack. Make flax eggs (stir together 3 tbsp ground flax seed and 9 tbsp of water) Food-process or blend cauliflower florets into a rice-like. In a medium bowl, stir together flour, water, 2 tsp olive oil and salt until thoroughly mixed.

To prepare crust, spread mixture out in a circular shape (Or multiple circles if making individual pizzas) until it’s about ¼” thick. Bake in oven for 15-20. Five minute gluten free chickpea pizza base, An easy healthy pizza crust recipe, made with chickpea flour, a great idea for kids I literally made this entire Pizza in 10 minutes, 5 minutes for the base, 5 minutes for the topping, voila!Then this awesome quinoa-pizza with a gluten-free, only 2 ingredient crust, is exactly what you are looking for.

Since I discovered how easy it is to make this pizza from scratch, I can’t stop baking it over and over again. And, there is no need for “pre-cooking” the quinoa. The gluten-free.

List of related literature:

Today we continue to innovate by offering the first gluten-free vegan pizza with faux meat and veggie toppings.

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

As it’s not only gluten-free but grain-free, dairy-free, and full of protein, it is truly unlike any other cauliflower pizza crust on the market!

“Cali'flour Kitchen: 125 Cauliflower-Based Recipes for the Carbs You Crave” by Amy Lacey
from Cali’flour Kitchen: 125 Cauliflower-Based Recipes for the Carbs You Crave
by Amy Lacey
ABRAMS, 2019

BUCKWHEAT PIZZA CRUST Use this simple vegan, gluten­free crust to create your favorite pizza.

“The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook: Over 300 Delicious Whole Foods Recipes, Including Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, and Egg-Free Dishes” by Tom Malterre, Alissa Segersten
from The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook: Over 300 Delicious Whole Foods Recipes, Including Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, and Egg-Free Dishes
by Tom Malterre, Alissa Segersten
Grand Central Publishing, 2014

Although not entirely gluten-free, this Alpine-inspired pizza uses the healthier alternative flours of spelt and buckwheat to make the base.

“Gennaro's Italian Bakery” by Gennaro Contaldo
from Gennaro’s Italian Bakery
by Gennaro Contaldo
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The gluten-free crust we use here features some of our favorite earthy, nutty flours (chickpea, brown rice, buckwheat) and is an all-around staple.

“Eat Clean, Play Dirty: Recipes for a Body and Life You Love by the Founders of Sakara Life” by Danielle Duboise, Whitney Tingle
from Eat Clean, Play Dirty: Recipes for a Body and Life You Love by the Founders of Sakara Life
by Danielle Duboise, Whitney Tingle
ABRAMS, 2019

Whatever flours you use, I guarantee that this is better tasting (and better for you) than any commercial gluten-free pizza crust you can buy.

“Bread Revolution: World-Class Baking with Sprouted and Whole Grains, Heirloom Flours, and Fresh Techniques” by Peter Reinhart
from Bread Revolution: World-Class Baking with Sprouted and Whole Grains, Heirloom Flours, and Fresh Techniques
by Peter Reinhart
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2014

Yes, you can find premade pizza dough that is vegan.

“Plant-Based on a Budget: Delicious Vegan Recipes for Under $30 a Week, in Less Than 30 Minutes a Meal” by Toni Okamoto, Michael Greger, MD, FACLM
from Plant-Based on a Budget: Delicious Vegan Recipes for Under $30 a Week, in Less Than 30 Minutes a Meal
by Toni Okamoto, Michael Greger, MD, FACLM
BenBella Books, Incorporated, 2019

The crust is gluten– free but can easily be modified if you don’t need to eat gluten–free.

“Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking: 101 Entirely Plant-based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes” by Dana Shultz
from Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking: 101 Entirely Plant-based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes
by Dana Shultz
Penguin Publishing Group, 2016

Veggie-based crusts are good gluten-free options.

“The Scooby-Doo Cookbook: Kid-Friendly Recipes for the Whole Gang” by Katrina Jorgensen
from The Scooby-Doo Cookbook: Kid-Friendly Recipes for the Whole Gang
by Katrina Jorgensen
Capstone, 2020

The result is so satisfying, I have fed my pizza bianca to foodie friends who could not believe it was gluten free!

“Love, Laugh, Bake!” by Silvia Colloca
from Love, Laugh, Bake!
by Silvia Colloca
Pan Macmillan Australia, 2018

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  • Hi friends! I’m excited to finally share this video (I’ve been working on this recipe for quite a while!). These falafel are delicious and have SO much flavor. But I’d love to hear…which method is your favorite to cook them? It’s always a toss up for me.:) Hope you’re enjoying your summer! xo Lisa

  • People saying they “miss over head shot”
    She literally still has videos like that but what’s wrong with more personal videos with her BOYFRIEND
    I’m so happy you’re showing videos that show your more personal side, I LOVE IT
    And I enjoyed watching it! ♥️

  • I tried making these for the first time, following the recipe all the way through and they turned out amazing! Cooked them in the oven for a healthier alternative and I can’t stop eating them lol! I do need to mention the chickpeas are still firm after soaking overnight however trust the process, once you blend well the texture is fine.

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  • I just cooked this recipe yesterday… absolutely a success with all my friends, they never guessed it was all vegan. I also prepared the tahini sauce of your videos… well in a few words.. awesome ��…. thanks do you know anything about shawarmas??

  • This is such a great recipe. Thanks for taking the time to perfect it and then sharing. Have made it twice now and perfect each time. Thanks all the way from New Zealand!

  • We followed your recipe and made baked version of falafel. We loved them a lot… so we added the recipe to the collection of our favorites. https://veggiefoodie.com/2020/08/08/falafel-baked/
    Thank you for a great recipe!

  • Lisa, ure recipe for flat falafal Bread is jus yummy ��, I jus baked it today and it turned out very well.. incase u an email I can share the images too
    We topped our bread, avocodo dip, hummus with sauted exoctic vegetables.we r �� vegetarian.

  • Hi can we Boil the Lentils in Cooker?or we need Raw Overnight soaked Lentils only for ☝️recipe?and do we need Oats flour?or Semolina flour for Holding Lentil Puree together?��…Ty for sharing this ����I am going to check out other Lentil Baking recipes too ✋��

  • Hi! Just to let you know I tried your recipe and I don’t think I need to try any other. I’m a falafel addict so know a good one when I taste it….thankyou soooo much for this!

  • so happy to see you so happy with dylan it seriously warms my heart after hearing about your past relationships that weren’t so great ♥️♥️

  • Great recipe! I love Lebanese food and gastronomy, it’s the best in the world. I’m from Norway, I got the chance to visit Lebanon eight years ago, it was wonderful…. beautiful country and people, and their food is second to none.

  • Hello! I really like your channel!!! I have a question for you regarding pepper… I did as you did!! And it falls apart for me in the frying!!! The falafel will not stay intact!!!

  • hey, since i’m not going to the store yet, (im waiting for my mom to take me), for a while can i blend the baking powder, and water and let it sit until i get the legumes????

  • You inspire me.. I love all your recipes, specially because I have a strict diet and everything hurts my gut… (post gastric cancer and no stomach.

  • Hi Petra, thanks for this wonderful recipe. I do not eat onions and garlic. Hence would it be fine if I pureed the lentils for the pizza crust without garlic. And also, do you have a recipe for tomato sauce without onions and garlic please? Many thanks!!! ☺️��

  • Oh my gosh that looks great! I really need to get a food processor. So many things I want to make, like this and also your salsa. I just watched that video & it made me miss my homemade tomatillo salsa that was always in my refrigerator. I think I’ll make your style tho, I love those canned tomatoes I use that same brand. Thanks for another great idea! Love watching. Now I’m going to shop for that cute cardigan 😉

  • Do we still need to soak the legumes if they are canned? Also, how do make the crust come out hard, but not burnt? Mine came out chewy, but hard on the outside lol

  • Love this recipe! Didn’t have the serrano pepper but it still tasted delicious! Thank you for sharing. This will be a keeper! ♡

  • OMG! I’m so excited for an easy gluten free falafel recipe. I love falafel but I think my body is starting to struggle with gluten. Can’t wait to try this recipe, thank you!

  • It’s coinsidanly I watch second Time your video, we make is recipe from year’s, and year’s, my grandma say this is favorite for her great great grandma also.
    We also make with moong Bean and eye bean also. Enjoy. I like your cooking tool also. If you want to buy or sale them contact.

  • I followed this recipe to make falafel for the first ever. It came out brilliant. I live in UAE and trust me it tasted similar or even better than the ones you get from an Arabic restaurant. I did make some tiny alterations of my own, like I drizzled a bit coconut oil into cast iron pan and gave the falafel a bit texture before baking them. I also had to add a bit more gram flour to bring the mix together. Thank you so much for this amazing recipe!
    P.S: There is no point in making the falafel without the tahini sauce to dip it in!

  • Excellent! crunchy outside and moist inside, great flavor (I like the spicy serrano pepper idea) all the flavors blend very well for a delicious and healthy meal/snack, etc. First time doing falafel, the recipe easy to follow. My only suggestion to include ingredients list while cooking. Do you have the recipe for babaganush? Thank you again!

  • I made it not only once, but five time for my family in two weeks, they absolutely loved it and it turns out perfect every time! Thank you for your friendly detail recipe and video!

  • Thank you so much for your videos!
    I love that your inspirations are based on your personal experience and interaction with other cultures, which makes the recipe more authentic! Also your videos a clear, good lighting, calm, straightforward, easy to follow, and the food looks absolutely delicious!! �� thank you!!

  • I was born in Kuwait n i eat falafel anytime my all time favourite falafel. This time i will try this recipe������. Thanks for sharing

  • hi dear, thank you so much for the nice recipe. I love falafel and I do the same recipe, but I always add one egg to the paste so I can make good balls

  • I tried this recipe during lockdown and im trying to eat more heathy. But I decided to deep fry these!. I have not really been that keen on falafel. Maybe the ones ive tried were shop bought and too dry..After making my own using your recipe im blown away..These are just delicious! Amazing recipe. I put a bit too much parsley in mine and I didn’t have chick pea flour, so I replaced with all purpose..I don’t have a processor, so used a blender!, but they turned out perfect!.Thanks for this!

  • Hi all. Do any of you end up with dry, tough falafel balls? It tastes great freshly fried but it doesn’t last much longer than that when I make them. Any tips??

  • Love the new format, love the old format. Would love to have both of you in more voice overs! Also I have sweet potatoes that need to be used so thank you for this idea it was perfect timing lol

  • Hi, I make my falafel almost the same way! Some times they don t cook at all inside so I prefer the flat ones
    Thank you for your inspiration in each lovely recipe!
    Regards from Ururguay,

  • The fact that you function so well while cooking shows that you are indeed a PERFECT match! I realized that couples always fight when it comes to cooking together:-D. Btw. I love the new format, it is two in one: recipe&fun!:-)

  • Love your videos, they are beautiful in their simplicity, the music is nice and calming and the recipies are just great! Thank you!:-)

  • I just made the chickpea pizza crust and It was really good!
    Thank you Petra for providing such a versatile and truly nutritious healthy new ideas!! Truly appreciate you.

  • Why in the name of integrity are you calling this “low carb?” The lentils, alone, are nearly 90 carbs! “Vegan,” all right; but, “low carb?” Get real.

  • I did it the baked one. And Frozen half of it. Tasted even better out of the fridge direct It to the oven. So delicious!
    Thanks so much
    Kisses from Brazil
    Could you make a easy recipe of bread with buckwheat?

  • Wonderful recipe. Crispy outside and soft inside I pan fried them but lost the count of table spoons of oil ��and then put them on the oven for 15 minutes.turned out great; flavorful, beautiful and very delicious. Thank you

  • I have Arabic origins and my family make a similar dish, it’s kibbeh. It’s amazing! I think it’s similar to falafel, but with a different filling; cows meet, pecan nuts, peppermint, pinion, onion, and wheat!! The procedure it’s the same, you should try them

  • Me gustan tus recetas, podrias poner los nombres de los ingredientes en Inglés, es que hay algunos que no se cuáles son… muchas gracias

  • This looks soooo good. And easy on the stomach if you have stomach issues. You are always, my kitchen hero. Thanks for helping myself and my daughter eat the way that works best for our bodies and still have tasty treats. ��

  • Sooo i made this and it DID NOT come out the way i wanted it to… i guess cause i wasn’t working with measurements. She wasn’t clear on how much water and lentil

  • So you’re replacing one form of starch (grain) with another (legume). But it is low carb & that’s a good so it’s OK as an occasional treat

  • Saw this recipe last night and immediately took out my yellow lentils and soaked the double amount:D I loved it, and my husband couldn’t tell it wasn’t a flour crust. Thanks a bunch for this amazing idea. Keep up the amazing work you do!

  • I vote for: Caitlin & Dylan on Sundays because you two have such great energy together <3 And a mixture of the what I eat in a day, talky vlog and overhead video's rotating on Thursdays in between. And what ever changes you decide to do, I'll support you 100%. Namaste ^_^

  • Hi Caitlin, you’re a lovely couple. Please could you post a video on how you met. Sorrybeing nosey…but would love to know as you both look so loved up:-)

  • What else I can use instead of the iron pan?
    A regular “cake pan”, like ad hinged one, or a glass rectangular one, both lined with parchment paper, could work??
    Sorry for asking!
    Love all your recipes!! Thanks!!!

  • Your vegan pizza looks beautiful! I’m not a vegan but I’m looking forward to making this pizza. I hope that it comes out as great as yours! Thank you for sharing this recipe! ��

  • I don’t know what happened but I stopped getting notifications for your videos. I remembered it’s been a while since I saw your videos and came back to check. I have missed your videos and your brilliant recipes so much! It truly felt I was seeing a good friend after a long time ��

  • Hiya. Have made this recipe several times. But I keep forgetting what oven setting. Could you please include the celcius for us outside the US please? Keep having to have two devices near me�� Thanks!

  • Can you come to my home and cook for me? Did you ever see the show, “The Brady Bunch”? You could be my Alice. I’d give you a corvette to drive and your room of choice…..think it over. Such a good job.

  • I’ve been aware that this lady is the best vegan chef for a long time and I love it when I find new videos I haven’t seen. Thank you, blessings, and one day you will be looked at somewhat of a hero, tbh ��I gotcha marked down as one already!

  • This recipe is amazing! I’m gonna préparé it today. Thank you very much for this great bread. Just asmall correction. Ras el hangout is not just a Moroccan mix of spices. It’s also Tunisian & Algerian.

  • Hi Petra! I loved this type of pizza cause i don’t have to knead any dough and the crust is healthy. Today I went out and get some chickpeas cause I’ll be trying this recipe. My son is so addicted to pizza and we are vegan so in order for him to still enjoy pizza I’m going to try this pizza. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hello, thanks for the recipe. It seems tasty! But is it really low carbs? I can’t find any nutritional values… Not here and not on your website. Is it keto friendly?

  • Omg!!! You’re a genius, but as I have a high uric acid lentils are high protein and that is a taboo can you give me an alternative plz

  • Hello, your recipe and method look great (I’ve tried other gram flour batters in a cast iron pan without success). What size baking sheet did you use please?

  • Sorry for the stupid question but is the weight for the 150gr soaked legumes meaning the dry weight or the soaked weight?
    Do we need 150gr dry lentils and then soak them or do we need 150gr soaked lentils?

  • I am living for this! I love this format this is so good and its awesome to see you so relaxed and happy making videos!!! Yes yes yes ����

  • Lily is SO cute. Also nice boy lol:-) v casual style compared to usual but I’m glad you’re happy & comfortable with Dylan so I don’t mind. The pizzas look awesome!

  • i like your videos, and always watch for recipe inspiration, but my comment is not food related..
    I smiled through the whole video, you guys are so cute together!! Just adorable!!

  • Such a cute video, I was smiling the whole time.:) Lily nearly broke my speakers lol

    Also, you can’t please everyone with the format of your videos, so just do what works best for you. I personally love this format though!

  • This looks amazing. So good, I shared the video to my mom, who loves watching your videos (and she’s not vegan). She’s actually switching to a more plant based diet due to health issues and I’m so proud of her! Thank you for making so many healthy tasty recipes to share with us! I myself am trying to eat less oil and more healthy too (I am vegan). Thanks for the inspiration!!

  • Dylan and Caitlin = SO CUTE! Can I call you both Caitlan or Dyllin-wouldn’t say the difference is significant but the spelling is adorable on text <3 Both video formats are great, wouldn't mind a mix of both!

  • You and your boyfriend are a bit too much! I miss your old good videos where you just went straight to the point and there was no messing around

  • Chill out people, Last video was overhead shot. This is her channel and Don’t stress her out.(Especially she mentioned that there are gonna be some changes in this channel) If you miss the old version, just wait for it. BTW I love this video, Caitlin. You look much more happier and enjoying making food with you lovely boyfriend!

  • omg all the people saying they miss other formats, this is her channel people, she’s already said she’s going to do a mixture of both, and she always puts the full recipe on her blog so idk why people are saying it’s harder to follow along with this type of video. let her do her thing and have fun.

  • In the 80s… Falafel was an entirely different beast in the states. It was sold as the whole package with tahini, veggies and pita.

  • genius…ive made colli pizza YUM this i gota try…you 2 are adorable but the star of the show goes to the cute dog omg i missed the name but cute alert by far….��

  • This looks awesome, but it’s too much protein for me, what can I do to lower the protein amount but still keep that awesome flavor profile?

  • I think you and Dylan should do a mukbang where you make your favorite meal you like to eat together and talk about how you first met. It’d be so cute. <3

  • Great recipe. Pizza is something I haven’t made since I turned vegan. I definitely will be trying this, it will make a change from standard pizza base even though I don’t have a problem with gluten.

  • Falafel is my favourite dish here in my home town ���� Jordan
    All the spices you use is good, but you forget to put coriander seed ground, this will make the falafel more delicious
    Thanks for this lovely recipe ����

  • Hello I’m new to your channel.
    Love your cooking techniques are you a chef? Not every one who do meal peeps on you tube know how to cook they have great ideas. But not good techniques.

  • Oh Caitlin…I loved this video and smiled the whole way through. “Caitlin has a sous chef…Caitlin has a sous chef” kept running through my mind. Really good to see you guys so in sync with each other. ��

    And a special thanks to Dylan for creating the opportunity for us to see how to save a crust. That’s just as valuable as seeing it done right…’cuz I’m not perfect. I also liked how you were willing to take risks with your pizza. ��

    The recipe looks great, and I can’t wait to try it. Looking forward to many more fun videos. By the way, I was watching this while on the train and jumped a bit when Dylan got Lily to speak. ��
    ����������������❣

  • I really like this video! It seemed a lot more casual, fun, relaxed, and personal! I like how diverse your content is! Hope to see more like this xxx

  • I made these tonight and the flavour was lovely. However my mixture was a bit to wet. Please do you have ideas as to help? I used quantities that you used. Downshiftology.

  • Love it❤❤! I would like to see a video of coliflour pizza crust or another one using quinoa/oat flour!
    By the way do you take a B-12 supplement? I’m curious

  • I miss the overhead shots, where we can watch you cook it. It’s more easier to follow the way you use to do it. This way is harder to follow the recipes, idk this new format ain’t for me:(

  • Wow thank you so much. I did try lentils bread. And now I’m craving pizza but can’t stop thinking the all the carbs and the fat that comes with it. Now this is definitely worth a try. Do u have a white sauce alfredo recipe

  • This is soooo so cool! I love this! And can I just say how thankful I am for your videos rn? I already loved your videos before but now I’m in the middle of being diagnosed with Chron’s disease we’re not sure yet so meanwhile I’m on a veeerrry strict diet (gluten free, lactose free, no plain dry seeds, no sugar, I can’t have some vegetable, etc) but I have a huuuge sweet tooth and I adooorreee nice food meaning your recipes have been my absolute salvation ����

  • I tried your recipe for the first time to make falafel. It turned out so good!! I’m so happy that I was able to cook successfully. Thank you very much! From Japan����

  • Coogi sweater? Love it! I’m really digging these videos! I just made the fluffy banana bread recipe today with my over ripe bananas and it came out amazing! Thank you for your recipes.

  • Falafel flatbread is the new sweet potato toast. 😉 I hope you guys enjoy this recipe as much as I do and really have fun with the versatility of it. What would you make or top on your falafel flatbread? Let me know! xo Lisa

  • Much much love for these recipe ideas ❤️
    So much to learn from you!!!

    If you love Vegan food, you will like my content too! Checkout my channel for Indian style vegan recipes ❤️

  • I made this recipe yesterday. My family is from Israel and it’s hard to find a place that makes a good falafel. This recipe really nailed it, worth your time, give it a shot!

  • Is there a substitute for chickpea flour? Doesn’t have to be gluten free in my case. We just don’t have chickpea flour here. I can barely find canned chickpeas sometimes

  • The voice off over the video was really funny �� great solution! The pizzas look delicious and really filling. It’s nice seeing you both cooking �� wish you all the best!

  • Sweatheart you made my day, I turned myself to glutenfri diet but was struggling with it. For how long We can store or preserve it?

  • such an amazing idea! can’t wait to make it! I was wondering if It’s ok to cook the chickpeas for at least an hour before I make the dough.. thanks a lot for this recipe!

  • So I used wax paper and that was a mistake. I did end up saving the most and I enjoyed it. But parchment paper is not available to me right now. Can I use foil

  • I’m going to do this recipe next week but I don’t have chickpea flour. Can I substitute that with other types of flour? (I’m okay with gluten).

  • We made this today and paired it with a microgreen, avocado, carrots, radish, tarragon and chicken salad and it’s beyond perfection! Thank you! ♥️♥️♥️

  • Hi Lisa! I’ve made this twice already and it was delicious, thank you!!! I have a question though, can you use curly parsley for this? I’ve made it previously with flat leaf parsley but the last grocery delivery I received Curley parsley instead. Do you think it will make a difference? Thank you so much for your advice����!

  • To whoever is reading: You are loved by God! Also, I love Downshiftology! I tried some of the recipes the other day for nut bars and banana almond butter bites! Truly delicious:)

  • Thanks so much for this recipe, Lisa. I’ve made it a bunch of times. Whenever I feel like a bit of toast, this is it! Today I made it (by mistake ) without the baking soda, chickpea flour, oil or water. It needed some more baking time but it turned out equally great! Makes me wonder if I can make it without the greens, garlic and onion, but with other herbs for a change in flavour… Have you tried variations? Would love to know. Thanks again.

  • I watched this all the way through and thought, yup I’d like to have a go at those. No recipe below, so followed link, no AMOUNTS? I am quite an organised person, so I like to have all the ingredients ready for when I play the instruction video can’t keep stopping and starting with sticky fingers! So, sorry, I’ll adapt the recipe I have made before. Thanks for giving me some ideas at least.

  • As an Israeli I must say that I’m amazed by this recipe. How come nobody here had already thought about it before? Suddenly it looks so obvious!:)
    Do you think it can be used also to roll the toppings inside like a tortia? Or the texture is too crumbly?

  • Made it yesterday and it quickly became a family favourite. Thank you. It is simple and the flavors are just awesome. I use it as a sandwich bread with baked zucchini and beetroot patties in between. Keep up the great work

  • Call it chickpea bread or something else instead and then say which cultures inspired you to come up with this recipe instead of appropriating. This is not falafel nor is it flatbread. And you don’t say falafel ball. ����‍♀️

  • Great Recipe.
    Easy to make and really delicious. Our oldest son has Celiac and the recipe was perfect for him. The other kids loved it as well.
    It goes really well with our homemade Tahini paste.Already made it twice can’t wait to make it again.:)

  • You just saved my days, I gave up eating bread because of gluten. And now you come with this miracle recipe ohhhh lord, thank you so much. I’m going to make a lot to store in freezer. Lisa your are awesome.thanks again

  • Amazing. Best recipe as close to original Middle Eastern version. I am from Middle East and really miss the authentic food. This has done it for me. Thanks a ton

  • I’m a small youtuber and I’d love feedback from anyone and everyone!! PLUS i have a reaaal juicy storytime about my bestie stealing my boyfriend lmao

  • Hi Lisa! I have cooked chickpeas, but I cooked them from dry chickpeas myself. Would this work for this or the falafel recipe? Thanks!:)