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He can have a bit of grain, every now and again, but anything more than a few bites and he disintegrates into one big itchy hot spot. I’m not going to lie to you. It’s not pretty.So, the Mama has spent a lot of time and energy finding grain-free ways to make treats.
One of her favourite solutions has always been chickpea flour. It’s easy to substitute in most baking recipes (use 7/8 cup of chickpea flour for every 1 cup of regular wheat flour), easier to digest than a lot of other alternative flours. All good things right? Too bad Chickpea Flour is worth it’s weight in gold.That’s why the Mama was so jazzed when she discovered you can bake with canned chickpeas.
Maybe the Mama isn’t the brightest ball in the toy box, but this never even occurred to her! Um, duh, Mama. You use canned chickpeas, mash them and reduce the water content in the recipe. All that money you’re going to save? You can thank me later….by using it to buy me toys.
Bone appetit! We made these with porkloin – what kind of meat would you use?
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