22 Reviews

I thought that these were ok, a healthier snack to have around. I would try them again, but I would add a lot spices and seasonings to kick up the flavor factor! Definitely a good starting point though!

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Soup Lady April 01, 2008

SO GOOD!!! Similar (sort of) to Corn Nuts. Be sure to season these however you want them to taste because they hold powdered seasoning very well! YUMMMM YUMMM!

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Radish4ever February 12, 2008

Wow! These are amazing! I am not a huge fan of chickpeas but I thought this would be an interesting way to try them. I love them like this! I am going to make this again and again! I used store brand chickpeas and they worked really well. Mine cooked for 50 minutes but I think next time I will cook them for another 5 or 10 minutes more. My tray was on the second from the bottom rack and that seemed fine. With having a gas oven, I wasn't comfortable with the tray being on the bottom, I was worried they would cook too quickly. Thank you SO much for a great way to enjoy something wonderful!

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Saturn January 14, 2008

I made as directed. A great guilt-free snack. Even my dh liked them!

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mrshall617 January 13, 2008

Easy to make, crunchy and yummy!! I used garlic powder, cayenne pepper, and sea salt to season the chick peas. Next time I may try part of a packet of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing and some dill weed. Good just to munch on or in salads instead of the high-fat croutons. Thank you for the recipe! :)

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reidjunkmail January 06, 2008

Yum..this is my favorite new snack now!

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Lizzybob November 15, 2007

Experimented with making these last night. I did mine like AngelaTN below, and put a little olive oil, kosher salt, garlic powder and some cayenne pepper. I cooked them for 45 minutes at 350 degrees and they were wonderful! New favorite in my household :-)

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Kiki Freebird September 06, 2007

Who knew that something so simple could be so good! Very basic ingredients that really pack a flavor punch. Nutty is the best way I can describe the texture and the bit of garlic and red pepper assures that it will be perfect for a private snack or a fiesta on the deck. Low fat and sugar free whats not to love?

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Annacia May 03, 2007

I have made something very similar at home before, and was amazed because I don't generally care for chickpeas all that much. They are often available cold on salad bars for topping your salad and such. But roasting them gives them a much different texture, and made a huge difference for me. Healthy and yummy. :)

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MathMom.calif April 24, 2007

I really liked these. I made them with garlic salt and cayenne pepper. I think they may need to bake a bit longer in my oven. They weren't all crispy

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Dreamer in Ontario March 17, 2007
Roasted Chickpeas