Real Mom, Real Recipe: Chickpea Chocolate Chip Cookies

Written by James Kicinski-McCoy
9:00 am
05/31/17

Photographed by Heather Moore

All moms know that feeding the hungry mouths of your family requires careful planning and a bit of gusto. Whether it’s your work schedule, shuffling kids to and from school and soccer practice, or another unspoken supermom requirement, a suddenly empty plate when the clock strikes dinnertime can be an all-to-familiar occurrence. Today we visit one mama who’s dialed in the meal prep and making game down to a beautiful science. Meet Rachel Drori, founder of the genius smoothie cup delivery service Daily Harvest. Here the savvy business woman invites us into her West Village home, while serving up a family favorite: chickpea chocolate chip cookies. Below, the powerhouse mama to Elon, 2, and Bo, 5-months, talks healthy eating, balancing busy schedules, and getting the most out of family meal time.

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4 comments

Marie G.

… There’s nothing “dialed down” about this recipe… you need to whip oil in a food processor, which will be a beast to clean, and it calls for date syrup and oat flour… most mammas will have to make a special trip to the store for, and aren’t cheap. C’mon. You can do better.

Jeannine

Could she also share her bone broth recipe? I would love to make my own.

Amy

Thank you for this post! My two year son LOVES cookies! I’m always on the hunt for healthy versions that make us both happy:) Really like that this recipe has few ingredients and seem fairly easy to prepare. As far as the ingredients go, oat flour is SO easy to make yourself. Simply grind oats in a high speed blender until a flour consistency. A good alternative to date syrup is maple syrup or molasses (which has lots of vitamins and minerals).

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