Satisfy your craving for chips and ranch dip with this healthy alternative. The roasted chickpeas don’t stay as crisp once cooled, so they’re best eaten warm.
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I am dairy-free. Is there a DF substitute for buttermilk powder?
I'm not surprised that it happened just like that when the light buttermilk powder hit the hot olive oil coated chickpeas. I guess you could maybe sift it over, but honestly I have my doubt about how much flavor this entire recipe will produce. Buttermilk powder is a bit rich but certainly not a zinger and chickpeas, roasted or cooked are mild and more of a neutral flavor. I realize it's almost immoral to review a recipe you haven't even made, but I'd love to hear a review that suggests otherwise.
I couldn't get this to work. All the buttermilk powder just clumped up into little wet balls once it hit the hot chickpeas.
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