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Wow! These are a really amazing snack. I told my 2 year old (who eats only pb sandwiches and goldfish crackers) that it was popcorn and he gobbled it down! DH loved it too - I'm making a huge batch of this to snack on throughout the week. Thank you!

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Jodid April 14, 2008

Great recipe! I make a variety of dressings (cayenne pepper, chilli powder and salt/ honey, cumin, cayenne pepper and lemon juice/ caramel/ oil, garlic and rosemary etc...) and use them instead of popcorn, croutons and even find them great crushed and used instead of breadcrumbs for au gratins or crumbed chicken!!

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beauty_queen_999 February 20, 2008

Great snack and healthy too. The only thing I did differently was to mix spices in a sandwich or quart freezer bag and put chickpeas in the bag to coat. The chickpeas are evenly coated and you just throw the bag out when finished. Thanks for the simple but tasty recipe.

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Time2Eat November 06, 2008

Even though I added a lot more spices to this then the recipe calls for, they still don't have much flavour to me. I made two batches and kept rotating the cookie sheets. One sheet turned out crisper and they are better than the other batch. I need to come up with a better spice combination. Tried chili powder and garlic salt and seasoned salt on the other batch. I may try this again with other spices. Thanks for posting.

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mums the word December 30, 2011

this is the best.. I got this recipe originally from a Weight Watchers Meeting.. its so simple and you can really go nuts abouth these faux nuts.. I have added the hidden vally ranch seasoning mis and piut in in a ziplock and added the warm chickpeas and shook.. delish!!!

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ssej1078_1251510 May 16, 2011

Fantastic recipe! These were so crunchy and delicious. I added about 1/2 tsp. of olive oil to help coat them and increased the spices a little bit. Mine were roasted perfectly after about 55 minutes. These are going to be great to experiment with! Thanks so much for sharing!

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Autsayder October 26, 2010

Easy recipe and I liked snacking on them! I just tossed them with a little olive oil, cuz I don't have the spray.

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Charmie777 April 26, 2010

I had never heard of doing anything like this before I found this dish. I tried it just because it seemed really cool, and great protein packed snack. I'm so glad that I did too because these little chickpeas are great! My favorite thing about them is the slight heat the red pepper flakes give them. Really great flavor. Thanks for sharing.

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MizEmerilLagasse February 22, 2010

Great recipe. Definitely shake the tray as they cook, or all of them will not get crunchy. Like Kristy H, I will cook mine a little longer to get them crunchier. Great recipe that I will use again and again. Great for South Beach. Thanks for sharing!

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Amanda Beth January 07, 2009

I loved this recipe! I think I'll bake mine a little longer next time to make them a little more crunchy. Thanks!

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Kristy H January 03, 2009
Roasted Chickpeas