Recipe Index : Snacks Recipe: Spicy Roasted Chickpeas by Skinny Mom Team | July 25, 2013 Shares PinterestShare Link: PrintSpicy Roasted Chickpeas Prep time: <5 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Yield: 3 servings Serving size: 1/3 of recipeIngredients15 oz can chickpeas, rinsed + drained 1 tsp chili powder 2 tsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tsp red pepper flakes ½ tsp saltInstructionsPreheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet or baking pan with nonstick cooking spray. In a medium size bowl, toss chickpeas with extra virgin olive oil, chili powder, salt and red pepper flakes. Spread chickpeas onto cookie sheet. Bake chickpeas for 10 minutes turning throughout and then bake for an additional 10 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool. Serve immediately or store additional 2 servings for later. Nutrition InformationPer Serving (1/3 of recipe): Calories: 139 Fat: 5g Carbohydrates: 18g Fiber: 6g Protein: 6g Sugars: 2g Sodium: 553mg Vitamin A: 0% Vitamin C: 0% Calcium: 4% Iron: 8% WWP+: 3 points3.1http://www.skinnymom.com/spicy-roasted-chickpeas/Copyright 2015 SkinnyMom.com Breanne Hey there I’m trying to make your Spicy Roasted Chickpeas but I don’t want to use canned chickpeas. I have my raw chickpeas soaking so I need to boil them before I roast them in the oven? RamaSlamma pretty%20good%2Cnot%20that%20spicy%20at%20all%2C%20I%27d%20recommend%20adding%20more%20flakes%20%2F%20chilli%20powder%20if%20you%20like%20spice.%20it%27s%20a%20filling%20snack%20for%20sure%20 RamaSlamma LOVE%20IT Bonfy LOVE%20IT Melissa Do the chickpeas get crunchcy with this baking time? http://skinnymom.com/ Brooke Griffin The chickpeas will get a little crunchy! I have also never used raw chickpeas before so I would think that boiling them before baking would work great. Tami Arnold LOVE%20IT shay Peterson LOVE IT cgall123 LOVE IT https://www.facebook.com/sheri.allen.1977 Sheri Allen LOVE IT Frog To the comment that asked if you need to use canned or raw. Yes, you can use raw chick peas, I always do, but you do need to boil the chick peas before you bake them.,you can use any combination of spices whatever it think would rate good. You could also use carmalized onions, balsamic vinegar or sweet like honey. Rhonda Mine did not get crunchy and I cooked them an additional 10 minutes. Any suggestions? Amanda Palmer via Skinny Mom Hi Rhonda! Thank you for giving the recipe a try. Oven temperatures vary depending on make and model, altitude, age and a other factors. Try cranking up the heat between 410 and 425 degrees and stick with the 10-minute roast time. Thanks for stopping by Skinny Mom! Anonymous This is very good! To make them more like nuts I roasted them as directed but after I lowered the temperature to 350F for another 10 minutes and they were crunchy all the way through.