Chipotle Lime Chickpeas Recipe

These chipotle lime chickpeas are a healthy, addictive snack.  I can't stop eating these whenever I make this recipe!

Roasted chickpeas are an addictive, high protein snack that taste great with so many different seasonings.  My savory roasted chickpeas recipe is one of my most popular posts, and this chipotle lime version is just as delicious.  A half cup of cooked chickpeas has almost 8 grams of protein, which is much higher than most snack foods.  Leave them in the oven until they’re nice and crispy.  You can store them in an airtight container for several days, but you may want to put them under the broiler for a minute to get them crunchy again.

Chipotle Lime Chickpeas Recipe

2 cups cooked chickpeas
1½ tsp. chipotles in adobo sauce
1 tsp. honey
1 tbs. lime juice
½ tsp. salt (or more to taste)

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. In a small bowl, stir together the chipotles in adobo sauce, honey, and lime juice.
  3. Place the cooked chickpeas in a large roasting pan or on a cookie sheet that has sides.  Pour the chipotle mixture over the chickpeas and stir to coat.  Sprinkle with the salt.
  4. Cook them for 35-40 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes.  Toward the end, taste one every few minutes to see if they’re crispy yet.
  5. Cool the chickpeas before eating.

Price Breakdown
This recipe costs a total of $.61, or $.20 per half cup serving.   I start with dried chickpeas, which are much cheaper than the canned version.  They cost $.17 per cup when you start with dry beans, but they’re $.50 or more per cup when you buy the canned version.  This chipotle lime chickpeas recipe makes a healthy snack that you won’t be able to resist.

chipotle lime chickpeas recipe

What’s your favorite way to enjoy chickpeas?


  1. says

    These sound delicious Anne Marie. Thanks This looks great for summer parties. Thanks for sharing it during Our Little Family Adventures Friday Community Party on Facebook.
    Have a great weekend.

    • Annemarie says

      Thanks, Kirsten! You’re definitely a freezer expert, so I’m not surprised you froze them in 2-cup portions.

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