The One Where I Finally Make Socca

If you read the healthy food blogs, you’ve read about socca.  Socca is a bread made from chickpea/garbanzo flour. Click here for a tribute to socca page over on Pure2Raw.

For my first foray into socca making, I chose this recipe for a Socca Breakfast Pizza from Heather Eats Almond Butter.  I halved it, left out the basil, sausage and tahini and added some goat cheese.  It was fantastic.  Cooking it in a pre-heated cast iron skillet gave it such a yummy brown crust.

Lunch is served.

Who am I kidding?  I ate an additional piece of socca pizza after I finished off the first plate of food.

The kids both tried a bite and weren’t big fans.  They ended up having scrambled eggs + cheese in tortillas.

And made Hanibal Lector like masks out of tortillas.  Every child does this with their lunch, right?  At least she didn’t ask for some fava beans.


Are you a socca fan?  What socca recipe should I try next?

14 thoughts on “The One Where I Finally Make Socca

  1. Yay for making your first socca. It look great! We love it as you can tell, haha And socca can have a strong flavor for some so hopefully the kids will grow into the love of socca :) So many great things you can do with it, it take the basic recipe and flavor it any way you want! It is great for being creative in the kitchen with a simple idea! Have fun, xoxo

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