A whole new level

Since I have a deep and passionate love affair with chickpeas I knew I had to try peasandthankyou‘s recipe for Pumpkin Spice Roasted Chickpeas after seeing it on Kath’s blog recently. This was perfect because I had a baggie of frozen chickpeas leftover from the last Costco can of them I bought!

Roasting chickpeas until they are crunchy brings my obsession to a whole new level. The chickpea lovers club should definitely have a meeting to discuss this new cooking method. How ’bout it Rose?IMG_2227

I decided to make it a whole roasted dinner with brussel sprouts and carrots. I also had a few bites of Ben’s ww mac n’ cheese I made him to go with his dinner.IMG_2228

I think I should have cut the carrots into more of a stick shape. I was going for a “french fry” type of consistency, but they were still very hard. I will try again with a smaller cut and longer baking next time.IMG_2229

My afternoon snacks included a banana smothered with peanut butter.IMG_2219

And a small bowl(s) of cereal. I can never seem to get rid of that pesky “s” that I find every time I type the words “bowl” and “cereal” together.IMG_2220

Dessert, because I am special. x2 (I guess I think I’m really special today.)IMG_2230

Now I need to wrap up the whole “blogging thing” and watch The Office! See you tomorrow for a fabulous Friday!


  1. says

    It looks delicious! It’s a good idea for a seummr salad I see you live in Amsterdam and your idea of pinning all the nice places to drink and eat on a map is great! I lived there last year and since I am also obsessed with food and cooking, I started a blog with some of those nice places I visited. Maybe it’s useful for you!

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