Roasted Chickpeas

Have you ever needed a really tasty, crunchy, but healthy snack??  I came across roasted chickpeas online, and although I have no idea where I originally saw the recipe, here is how I made them:

Roasted Chickpeas:

1. Cook your chickpeas, drain them, and cool them.

2. Pat the chickpeas off so that they’re not slimy or wet.

3. Put the chickpeas on a baking sheet in a single layer.

4. Drizzle olive oil over them until they’re lightly coated.

5. Sprinkle sea salt (potentially garlic salt if you’d like!) and a dash of cayenne over them.

6. Roast them in the oven at 400F for 40 mins.

7. Allow them to cool for 10 mins. so they’ll be crunchy (or eat them right away if you don’t care!)

I REALLY like them!!  We’ll hopefully be enjoying some this week.  :)

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Category: Snacks


7 Responses

  1. angie says:

    sounds like a great snack. I have never had them this way but they do sound quite tasty

  2. Melissa says:

    They are SOOOO yummy! We mix in some almonds as well. However…I made some yesterday and forgot them in the oven…BURNT!!! BOOO! I will make some more tho!

  3. Brenda says:

    I really want to try this recipe. Chickpeas are so healthy and this sounds like a fun way to eat them.

  4. Sarah says:

    Mmm, sounds good! If you’re looking for ways to turn veggies into snacks, you should try baked kale chips…delicious. Super easy and they turn into a yummy, surprisingly chip-like snack.


  5. Thanks for sharing. we love chickpeas, but I would never have thought to roast them. :)

  6. Deanna says:

    I don’t have any bulk chickpeas right now…. would canned ones work?

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