THE BEST VEGAN FRITTATAS! 🔥

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YOU NEED THESE IN YOUR LIFE! These vegan friendly frittata’s are made from chickpea flour and they will blow your mind. Perfect for meal prep, eating on the go or having with breakfast.

They are so easy and since they are made from chickpea flour a great source of protein and iron!

What else do you think would be good to add to these? Let us know in the comments down below.

Vegan Frittata Recipe:
1.5 Cups chickpea Flour
1.5 Cups water
1 tsp salt
1 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 cup mixed frozen veg (peas, corn, carrot)
1 full green onion, chopped
1/2 green pepper, chopped
1/2 cup olives, pitted and chopped
1 handful of cilantro, chopped (optional but try it!)
1 handful of parsley, chopped

Directions
1. preheat oven to 400F
2. In a medium size bowl whisk together chickpea flour, water, salt, onion powder, and black pepper
3. add the rest of ingredients and stir well
4. in a silicon muffin tray, add enough mixture to fill up to the top (if using a metal muffin tray make sure to use liners or grease the pan so they don’t stick!)
5. bake for 35 mins, remove from oven and let cool before eating.
Enjoy!

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  1. I like various combinations of these. Mushrooms + peas, courgette + bell pepper + tomato, broccoli+ carrot,… I usually add some nutritional yeast or vegan cheese and sometimes kala namak, onion and herbs. But definitely no chilantro for me!
    You can also soak and then blend mung dal instead of using chickpea flour, that is delicious, too!

  2. In Canada and the USA, it's 'erbs' but in other English speaking places like England, it's 'herbs'. This is my understanding as an American English teacher abroad. Lots of differences between American and Canadian English and British English. I found you when I was living in Vietnam, btw. Now I am in Batumi, Georgia (the country, not the state). Still loving your channel. Loving the long hair, Crystal. You have such a great relationship!

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