Delish! At first I thought the seasonings tasted too raw but after letting them sit for a day they were perfect. Thanks for sharing!
Excellent snack! I added cumin and some icing sugar for a sweet/salty/sour taste that is addicting! Great recipe!
Instead of peanuts, I used dry roasted endamame. It was delicious!
I cannot honestly understand why the person making comment #4 would give them to a small child. And if they are 4 years old, they are hardly a "baby" anymore. But I digress on such stupidity. This is an easy, awesome recipe.
I love the spices in the snack. Yes, they are very addicting!! Unfortunately I didn't have peanuts so I used almonds. YUMMY!! Made for Fall PAC 2011.
These was awful and disgusting. My 4 year baby spits them out and cried. They are Hot and Spicy and no good for kids.
There were SO easy to make! I followed the recipe, but added some additional spices I had gotten from Penzey's -- about 1/4 teaspoon each of chipotle pepper powder, Ozark seasoning, and adobo pepper flakes. I gave several batches as gifts and got recipe requests! I'm passing along the recipe link. Thanks, Lvs2Cook, for the easy and delicious recipe!
I cannot stop eating these peanuts! I like the spices exactly as written - a perfect balance, if you ask me. I've learned not to stir more than 2 minutes, or the peanuts get kind of soft. Also, don't forget and add the garlic salt into the oil with the other seasonings, as I once did - that cancelled out the delicious salty taste and made them bland. The ingredients are easy to always have on hand, making this perfect for when you suddenly need to come up with a quick snack. Thanks a bunch for posting!
REALLY good. I changed the spices around a bit (less chili powder, more cayenne, separate garlic powder and salt. I also threw them in the oven for 15 minutes to really roast. MMM. Thanks, Lvs2Cook.
Next itme i try these i will increase the cayenne and maybe decrease the chili powder. Very good and a keeper, but i just need to tweek it to my taste. Thanks