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Chickpea flour

A great binding alternative. Widely used in vegan cooking.

Chickpeas are one of the earliest cultivated legumes across North Africa and the Middle East, dating back to around 6500 BC. Today, chickpea flour is a staple in Indian and Middle Eastern cooking. A great binding alternative, it is widely used in vegan cuisine.

  • High in protein
  • High fibre

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Chickpea Flour (100%)


Ancient Bakes Chickpea Flour can also be used to make bhajis, flatbreads, falafels and pancakes, or as a replacement for your standard flour to add a protein boost to your favourite recipe. Chickpea flour can also be used to thicken sauces and soups and as an egg substitute in vegan recipes.

Nutrition Information (Typical)

Energy 1409kJ/332kcal
Fat 4.05g
Of which saturates 0.61g
Carbohydrate 53.5g
Of which sugar 2.3g
Fibre 10.8g
Protein 22.2g
Salt <0.005g


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