Vegan Veggie-Packed Fluffy and Light Chickpea Omelette

Vegan Veggie-Packed Fluffy and Light Chickpea Omelette

Enjoy a delicious, hearty breakfast with this vegan chickpea omelette recipe.

I used to love making my own veggie-packed omelettes for lunch. My favourite combination was always mushroom capsicum spinach and olives. I used to enjoy eating it but sure enough, it still made me nauseous no matter how much I enjoyed it. For me, eggs were very easy to give up when I went mostly plant-based but I did miss the convenience of a quick lunch like this that was full of vegetables and satiating. It’s taken me a little while to try a chickpea omelette version.

Part of the reason is that I found it very hard to find chickpea flour for a little bit. Now I seem to see it everywhere even in mainstream supermarkets. But the other reason is that I’m still learning to love chickpeas. I am enjoying them much more than I used to. But when I first started eating them, I really did not enjoy their aftertaste. I have tried a couple of chickpea omelettes at restaurants before and although they were quite nice, I could definitely taste a bit of an aftertaste. I’m so happy I finally decided to try my own version because it is the most legit version that I have tasted. It tastes so incredibly similar to the omelettes that I used to have.

It’s important to mix the liquid in a separate bowl first. I have tried to keep the recipe all in one bowl, but I find that doing that leads to a very clumpy omelette. A clumpy mixture will still work. Personally, we prefer it for lunch.  I will admit that it is not as quick as a regular omelette but the frying process is very similar and all in all, it’s still a fairly quick and easy meal. Enjoy!


On the hunt for more delicious breakfast recipes? Try making these vegan banana oat crepes. They’re perfect for any time of the day! The recipe is dairy-free, egg-free, sugar-free, gluten-free, and, of course, it is absolutely delicious.

This recipe was republished with permission from Hazel and Cacao.