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|Calories60Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Lorena Lewitzka 10 months ago
Ok but not as vinegary as I’d hoped
Becky K. a year ago
Made this weekend and turned out great! cooked 4x at 8 minute intervals (shaking vigorously between roasting times) for my perfect crunch and burnt only a few of the chickpeas. added some cayenne pepper for spicy kick, a bit of white pepper and a bit more salt. will definitely enjoy again.
Kit Harrison a year ago
good salty vinegar flavor...easy recipe. Should of baked 5 more minutes for more of a crunch. Will next time.
Esteves 2 years ago
I might have added to much vinegar but it did make chick peas really strong with vinegar
Serge Gould 2 years ago
Really enjoyed them but keep in mind the chickpeas lose their crunch if you store them.
Alex Arancio 2 years ago
Very good we liked them a little less crunchy so cut baking time a bit added a little more salt otherwise, nice snack to have around
Dusty Biermeyer 2 years ago
These are now one of my absolute favorite snacks, and they're so easy to make! I leave mine in a bit longer to get them extra crunchy, the dark ones taste especially incredible
Megan G. 3 years ago
So crunchy! Way better than the chip or peanut version!
robert s. 3 years ago
this recipe was quick and simple. i jist adjusted the heat a little in mu stove. (i have an old one) awesome alternative to chips! thank you for sharing 😆
Candey A. 4 years ago
Delicious! Great snack, I will be making these again. Mine were in there about 30 minutes total but I recommend watching them after about 20 mins like the instructions said.