Spiced Maple Roasted Chick Peas: a Kid-Approved Crunchy Treat (free of dairy, nuts, corn, and other allergens)

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  1. Sounds silly, but how long do you sprout and then cook chick peas? I’ve always used canned but I want to start using dried.

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    1. That’s why there is a note that you can substitute allergy-free fat substitutes. 🙂 Many people who have a dairy allergy still use ghee and there is always an allergy to something (like coconut oil), so I made sure to give options.

      I only use coconut oil when making it for my daughter and I but use ghee for my husband.

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