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Alexis 2 months ago
I took mine out ten minutes early. They are very burned, and I’m very disappointed.
Lucas Antoniak 4 months ago
this was a fun easy treat to make with the kids. they extremely enjoyed them. want to experiment with a few other flavors like a chipotle or lemon. i would recommend this recipe to anyone that has kids amd is looking for healthier option then chips for them to eat.
Maria DaSilva 5 months ago
I made them and they we're delicious. Next time I'm going to make a bigger batch.
Du plooy 5 months ago
Amazing! Added some scrambled eggs and spinach 💪🏻
Foster 8 months ago
They were burnt when I took them out (10 minutes early). They don't taste very good... I used canned because I can't find dried ones anywhere... Won't make again.
Sophia 8 months ago
it is not really our thing. had the cook it like 20 minutes less then what the recipe recommends because they were burning already. if you try the recipe you should probably cook it at a lower temp.
Kinni 8 months ago
Very easy and tasty Wish it could be done quicker
Warnock 8 months ago
I used gochugaru instead of cayenne or smoked paprika to give a sweetness. The garlic is delicious and the lime adds a nice tang. My only complaint is that it’s hard to know if they’re dry all the way through or not. Some of mine didn’t fully dry out and gives a weird squish and flat chickpea flavor....but the ones that did dry all the way through are fantastic! Will try this recipe again with some changes to try to dry it out so some more.
Armstrong 9 months ago
pretty tasty. good on a salad with some avocado and spinach
Mary Lou 10 months ago
Awesome recipe! Great for snacks too..
B 10 months ago
Not good. Seems like you should add garlic