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Tammi on 8.6.2013
Delicious! Made these for my daughter who loves chickpeas. She picked low sodium soy sauce and we let them marinate for a bit before we roasted them.
Kendrah on 2.17.2012
Very yummy – I used Kosher salt and Old Bay Blackening seasoning. This snack is addictively delicious.
applesaucy on 6.25.2011
These were pretty good. I didn’t add the sea salt because I felt the chickpeas were salty enough on their own. I made two batches the first I used “Mrs. Dash” Garlic and Herb, and the second I used Cumin, Chili Powder and a pinch of Cayenne. Thanks for the great start to many yummy variations.
Melanie on 5.27.2011
I thought these were good, but I did adjust the recipe a little. I used only 1 teaspoon of salt and that was plenty. The spices I used were garlic powder and Italian seasoning. I baked them for 30 minutes. These are great for when you are craving something salty!
ajl437 on 4.17.2011
I found these were really salty. My husband recommended I try again after draining, soaking and draining the chickpeas from the can in order to remove some of the canning salt. This made a huge difference and we really enjoyed this snack.
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Anna D on 6.9.2016
Just wanted to chime in that while these look amazing, they’re definitely not low carb. I miss chickpeas!
Rebecca Pierce on 5.19.2014
These look delicious…However, they are not low-carb. Using the nutrition from a can of swanson chickpeas, your listed serving size comes in over 15 carbs. That is with the fiber accounted for.
kerensa on 11.14.2010
make sure to watch these closely!
i made them from another recipe and it is pretty easy to overcook them. i love the idea and will try it again soon!
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ManjaMamma on 8.9.2010
these look great! I need to try them soon. What do you use for seasonings? I was thinking maybe cumin and garlic powder?
Also, just checked out your blog. Do you have a good recipe to make your own Ezekiel bread?