In my mission to use as much of the food in my cabinets before I move, I've been trying to think of creative ways to use beans. Honestly, I love beans, but I didn't grow up eating them, and so I'm just now trying to figure out how to properly season them. I had cooked up a pound of chickpeas last week. I made hummus out of part of them, but I still have a lot of leftovers. I knew about roasted chickpeas that get crispy and delicious in the oven, but I didn't feel like seasoning with salt, pepper, cumin, and red pepper flakes like I normally would. I buy ranch seasoning in bulk, so I decided to toss the chickpeas in the seasoning and see what would happen. These turned out great! I roasted the ranch powdered chickpeas at 400 degrees on a lightly oiled cookie sheet for about 25 minutes, stirring halfway through. They should be crispy and have a few dark brown spots. I could see myself making a big batch of these for a party snack. I ate these with some rice (which I am also learning how to deal with).