Mmm mmm mmm.
This month’s theme for Recipe Redux was keepin with St. Patty’s Day all month long and creating a new take on a patty! Typically, I am a carnivore and would make a patty with some sort of animal protein..But I decided to switch it up for all you vegetarian lovers out there.
And what better way to do so other than using my number one favorite flavor..Pumpkin!
Even no animal protein is present in these patties, they are surely packed with protein. I have been loving chick peas lately, and decided to go with them again, yet savory this time. (unlike my recent past and !).
It might sound like a weird combination, but let me tell you, it is wonderful! How could it not with it using my favorite ingredient.
And these patties are filled with super foods! Pumpkin, flaxseed, chia seed..nom nom nom.
Eat them on a bun, as a protein snack, or alongside of other healthy sides for a whole meal!
What is your favorite kind of patty??
What is the next creation you would like to see here on Fresh Fit N Healthy?
Until next time,
xoxo, Sarah Grace
- 1 15oz can Chickpeas
- ½ cup Pumpkin Puree
- 4 tablespoons Ground Flaxseed
- 3 tablespoons Chia Seed
- 1.5 tablespoons Olive Oil
- 1 tablespoon Dried Onion
- 1 teaspoon Minced Garlic
- ½ teaspoon Himalayan Sea Salt
- Pinch of Paprika and Cayenne
- Flour of choice for dusting outside of patties before cooking
- Combine chickpeas, pumpkin, and olive oil in a food processor and blend until mostly smooth with a few of the beans still in larger chunks
- Transfer to bowl and mix in all other ingredients (except flour for dusting)
- Allow to sit for 5 minutes for flaxseed and chia seed to absorb liquid
- Form into 5 large patties (or I made 4 large and 3 slider-sized patties)
- Dust with flour of choice (I used Brown Rice Flour) and sprinkle with a little extra salt
- Heat pan on stove over medium high heat (about #5), and spray with oil.
- Place patties in pan and cook for about 8 minutes on each side, covered with a lid, or until cooked and no longer gooey inside.
- Allow to cool, serve as desired (on a bun, wrap, plain, or alongside other foods)