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So here it is:
1 can of chickpeas, drained (Mine were organic)
1/4 cup of milk
Optional: cinnamon, 1 tsp of vanilla extract, 1 tablespoon of honey
I just blended everything together in my Magic Bullet and made little rounds of batter in a hot lightly oiled skillet. I flipped them once they set on one side (could see small bubbles on the edges when it was time to flip them). And they were done!
Aidalyn approved! You can add blueberries or other fruit if you’d like. You could also make them more savory by adding more seasoning and meat possibly and onions or other vegetables. It is hard to come up with whole food – grainfree finger foods for a toddler that A) she will eat and B) are easy to make and C) aren’t too messy. These met every criteria. I will definitely make them again.
What do you feed your toddler/kids that is grain free and easy to make?
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