This is a great gluten-free recipe. No one can guess the ingredients.

deb3350
prep:
10 mins
total:
10 mins
Servings:
6
Max Servings:
6
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Blend chickpeas, brown sugar, peanut butter, oats, milk, vanilla extract, salt, and baking soda together in a food processor until smooth; fold in chocolate chips.

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Cook's Notes:

Serve with green apple slices for a healthy gluten-free dessert.

Substitute almond milk and carob chips for a dairy-free option as well.

If you don't have a food processor, you can get great results with a potato masher.

Tip

Aluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.

Nutrition Facts

245.98 calories; 6.5 g protein; 36.9 g carbohydrates; 9.12 g fat; 0.2 mg cholesterol; 309.56 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

~*MyHotSouthernMess*~
09/14/2015
Chickpeas really are magical! Made this recipe as written in my food processor and it was perfect and no one had any idea they were eating chickpeas! It is great with honey crisp apples too:)
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Most helpful critical review

msty19
09/24/2017
It was okay not exactly what I was expecting. The texture was a bit off for me and the peanut butter in mine was overpowering. Although after I made it my sister suggested adding some more cocoa powder and it improved the taste for me. Overall it was pretty good and a huge hit among my family while being healthy!
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GeorgiapGinny
06/07/2016
Omitted the milk and used the Enjoy Life! brand chocolate chips to make it dairy free. Also left out the baking soda and used well-rinsed great northern white beans in place of the chickpeas. Really good and made a perfect allergen-free dessert for a get-together. Served with apple slices graham crackers and pretzels yum!
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~*MyHotSouthernMess*~
09/14/2015
Chickpeas really are magical! Made this recipe as written in my food processor and it was perfect and no one had any idea they were eating chickpeas! It is great with honey crisp apples too:)
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msty19
09/24/2017
It was okay not exactly what I was expecting. The texture was a bit off for me and the peanut butter in mine was overpowering. Although after I made it my sister suggested adding some more cocoa powder and it improved the taste for me. Overall it was pretty good and a huge hit among my family while being healthy!
Faith
05/21/2017
Glad another user said they substituted great northern white beans b/c that's what I had in my cupboard and no chickpeas. I don't have a food processor so I used a blender which is always more painstaking with these types of recipes. But Wow! It tastes amazing! Pretty close to cookie dough! Yum!
Jami Herlihy Weichert
10/25/2018
I used almond milk skipped the baking soda and added a little more salt. I also added more chocolate chips. Really good!
Sharon Weber Winters
02/04/2016
Nice flavor without being overly sweet--I even eliminated the chocolate chips!
goldengram
03/23/2017
Meh. Perhaps I'd appreciate it more if I HAD to go gluten-free. The taste and texture reminded of me of Asian bean paste pastries. I'm not a fan of sweetened beans.