I am still (7 years later) in love with roasted chickpeas. I use roasted chickpeas as a snack, on salads, in soups and on top of roasted vegetables.
For me they have replaced popcorn, chips, croutons, you name it.
I love mixing up my flavors of roasted chickpeas depending on the mood I’m in.
This recipe was inspired by Nova Scotia – the place I was born.
I have now lived in three different provinces. I have traveled across Canada and the United States. I have to say – Nova Scotia has the best maple syrup – hands down. There is just something pure, delicious and unique about Nova Scotia maple syrup.
Growing up going to the maple sugar woods and getting your supply of maple butter, maple cream, granulated maple sugar and regular maple syrup was an annual event.
Nowadays, living in Vancouver, I will beg my family to send me the Nova Scotia sweet stuff every year.
Sweet and salty flavor combinations are extremely popular and I completely get why. They are a super satisfying treat combination. This Sweet and Salty Roasted Maple Chickpeas recipe is no exception.
Try this recipe as a snack or treat or to top any meal. I promise you will love it.
Check out more of my favorite roasted chickpea flavor combinations:
- Sweet with Heat Roasted Chickpeas
- Candied Roasted Chickpeas
- Spicy Lime Roasted Chickpeas
- Crunchy Chickpea Pineapple Salad with Roasted Cauliflower
- Crunchy Sriracha and Lime Roasted Chickpeas
- Chocolate Covered Roasted Chickpeas
This recipe is gluten free, vegan, dairy free, high fiber, crunchy, sweet and salty.
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