Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Cream.  Sweet, salty and full of zesty Thai flavors, these chickpea sliders make the perfect party appetizer or main dish!

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I would like to introduce you to Alexis from Hummusapien!

Alexis is a hero in a half shell! Her recipes pull on my heart and mouth string and the way she writes slaps me silly. I’ve made her Spiced Apple and Carrot Muffins, Maple Orange Mashed Sweet Potatoes, AND her Butternut Squash Salad with Orange Maple Cinnamon Dressing.

Insert emoticon for “Alexis is the cat’s pajamas.” SHE needs to write a cookbook!

As well as being the apple of my eye, Alexis is the caboose on the Guest Post Train. I’ve had a fabulous time introducing you to my dear blogging friends and I’m sad to see them depart. But moving forward, it’s me, myself, and I posting here on TRR. Many, many thanks to my wonderful friends for sharing their words and recipes.

Now for the main event: Alexis!!

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Why hellooooo my lovely roasted rooties! My name is Alexis, and I rant and rave about all things delish over at Hummusapien. I must confess that I had to be pinched a time or three when Julia asked ME to guest post for her. I like totally wanna be Julia, so saying that I was excited to ramble about chickpeas on her little space was kind of a ginormous understatement.

Julia makes me fall off my chair on the reg. Sometimes it’s because I’ve nearly died of a foodgasm from her coconut sweet potato cookies and sometimes it’s because she is one hilarious lady.

Let’s chat for a hawt sec about all the reasons we adore Julia, shall we? For starters, she creates the most divine recipes with chia seeds and chickpeas and coconut milk that aren’t just healthy—they taste darn good, too! And she doesn’t just post recipes. Ohhh no. She also tells hilarious stories with this incredible wit from God only knows where. First she takes your breath away with beyond stunning pictures of Eggnog Bread with Boozy Maple Glaze and then she makes you cry laughing from her daily musings. Obsessed much?

Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Cream (guest post by Hummusapien) |

So about these burgs. They’re sweet, zesty, bold and all kinds of addicting. Sound familiar? Yeah—they would get a long reeeeally well with Julia. I mean they have tons in common. They could totally talk for hours on end.

I’ve been really digging cashew cream lately. Even if you ride the dairy train, I guarantee you’ll be obsessed with this stuff. It’s shockingly smooth and creamy—almost dessert-like. Total love at first bite. When I was whipping up this recipe the other night, I almost considered adding more maple syrup and perhaps a bit of almond meal, shoving it in a mini muffin tin and calling it key lime pie. The possibilities!! What a dream.

Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Cream (guest post by Hummusapien) |

Based alone on the fact that these burgs have kale in them, you’re kind of obligated to make them. You can feel uber healthy as you dip and dip and dip again your kaley veg burger into sweet lime cashew cream. Would you like some chickpea slider with that cashew cream? Nothankyewwwwww.

Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Sauce |

Here’s to meatless wonders dipped in dessert. Don’t act like you’re not into it!

Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Cream (guest post by Hummusapien) |

Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Cream

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Ginger Peanut Chickpea Sliders with Sweet Lime Cashew Cream are a delicious vegetarian recipe perfect for lunch or dinner.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings: 6 Sliders


For the sliders:

  • 1 carrot
  • 1 cup kale packed
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1-15 oz can chickpeas drained
  • 1/3 cup old-fashioned oats
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tbsp unsalted unsweetened creamy peanut butter
  • 2 tsp fresh ginger I use url:1bottled minced ginger/url
  • 1 tbsp + 2 tsp reduced sodium soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp lime juice
  • pinch of red chili pepper flakes optional

For the cashew cream:

  • 2/3 cup raw cashews
  • 6 tbsp unsweetened almond milk
  • 3 tbsp lime juice
  • 1 tsp pure maple syrup or agave
  • pinch of salt


  • Heat a large skillet over medium heat.
  • Add carrot, kale and garlic to the bowl of a large food processor. Pulse until finely chopped. Add in chickpeas, oats, egg, peanut butter, ginger, soy sauce, lime juice and red pepper flakes. Pulse to combine, making sure not to over-mix (it should still be chunky, not a paste).
  • Spray heated pan with cooking spray. Form mixture into 6-8 sliders. Cook for about 5 minutes, or until browned. Flip patties (spraying in between batches to prevent sticking) and cook for about 3 more minutes.
  • To prepare sauce, combine cashews, almond milk, lime juice, maple syrup and salt in a blender (I used my nutribullet) until smooth and creamy. The mixture should be completely smooth, which may take a couple minutes of blending.
  • Serve sliders on a bed of greens or on whole-grain buns with sauce.


Serving: 1Slider · Calories: 277kcal · Carbohydrates: 22g · Protein: 17g · Fat: 14g · Fiber: 5g · Sugar: 5g
Author: Julia
Course: Lifestyle
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chickpea sliders, chickpea veggie burgers, healthy veggie burger recipe
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Julia Mueller
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Julia Mueller

Julia Mueller is a recipe developer, cookbook author, and founder of The Roasted Root. She has authored three bestselling cookbooks, – Paleo Power Powers, Delicious Probiotic Drinks, and The Quintessential Kale Cookbook. Her recipes have been featured in several national publications such as BuzzFeed, Self, Tasty, Country Living,, etc.

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Questions and Reviews

  1. Kay, this whole post made me lol x 5. Insert laughing emoticon here.
    Now, time for a confession that I am going to preface with a “please don’t kill me when I say this but…” I have never had a meatless burger. I know, I know…badbadbad.
    These look like I may just need to change that…I mean you had me at sweet lime cashew cream.

  2. Oh my gosh these sound delicious! I love me a good meat burger, but won’t say no to something like this. I’ve never had cashew cream before but I bet I would be all over it, too!

  3. OMG yum! All my favorite flavors, I’m definitely going to try these out. You both are hilarious, thanks for making me laugh in the morning!

  4. You are both hilarious! Regarding emoticons – I’ve shaped my life around them and not the other way around. At my last corporate job (where I met my husband) we had an in-house chat system with the weirdest animated emoticons. I now occasionally say “dancing banana!” when I’m excited and the one called “glomp,” the name of one smiley aggressively hugging the other,” is a regular part of our lexicon.

    Anyway, this. FOOD. These look fan-freaking-tastic, Alexis! Dancing banana!!! The lime cashew cream sent me over the top. So basically I should really try my hand at making cashew cream like yesterday.

  5. “Super bore” – that sure sums it up!
    Loving both yalls parts in this post – I sure am glad Alexis directed me to your site – yall are too funny!
    Great recipe by the way!

  6. Hey Alexis, glad to be introduced to you! And yes, I do feel obligated to make these burgers because they have kale in them. I mean, how good does that feel, especially with a raw cashew sauce to go on top.

  7. Do you know the nutritional values for this.. !!! sounds super delicious and I want to make it.. but have to make sure it fits with my calorie diet.!!