Sriracha Roasted Chickpeas

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I just loved roasted chickpeas.  They make such a healthy snack and can be done sweet or savory as you have seen in my maple cinnamon roasted chickpeas and my smokey roasted chickpeas.  When my husband made homemade sriracha a few weeks ago, I instantly knew I wanted to try sriracha roasted chickpeas.

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These don’t end up as spicy as sriracha is.  The sweetness comes through more, but with a little kick.  This healthy snack is vegan and gluten free.  Also a great alternative to those who have nut allergies.

Sriracha Roasted Chickpeas

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 40 minutes

Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 2 cups

Sriracha Roasted Chickpeas

A sweet and spicy snack!


  • 2 cups chickpeas (soaked overnight and then boiled until soft) If you use canned chickpeas, this recipe would equal 1 15oz can.
  • 3-4 T sriracha sauce
  • 1 tsp sea salt


  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • If you are using canned beans, drain, rinse and pat dry.
  • In a bowl, mix all the ingredients well.
  • Spread the chickpeas onto a lined baking sheet.
  • Bake for 35-40 minutes, stopping to shake them around every 10 minutes or so.
  • If the chickpeas are not fully roasted after 40 minutes, turn down the heat to 225 and cook a bit longer.

Please store these in an airtight container. If you scatter some rice at the bottom of the container, it will help absorb extra moisture and keep the chickpeas from getting soft. I think they should last 4-5 days, but mine never make it that far!

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21 thoughts on “Sriracha Roasted Chickpeas

  1. I just made a new batch of baked chick peas. If I hadn’t you would definitely find me trying your version out. not only do they sound super tasty . . . they look pretty darn beautiful as well!

  2. I just made a batch for my first time, are they suppose to stay soft in the middle or did you get them crunchy all the way through?

    1. Some stay slightly soft in the middle and others get crunchy. It’s hard to get them all 100% crunchy I have noticed. I hope you enjoyed the taste?

  3. How crunchy are we talkin’ here? Are they corn chip crunchy or corn nuts crunchy? My teeth are pretty sensitive.

  4. I love roasted chickpeas- to snack on, to add to salads, and to even make little tacos.
    For this recipe I also added a teaspoon of garlic powder, and 2 teaspoons of honey to add a bit of sweetness and they turned out awesome!

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