Ranch Seasoned Air Fryer Chickpeas are simple to make and super delicious! You only need six ingredients and less than half an hour to make them.
Have you tried making roasted chickpeas in the air fryer yet? It’s so quick and easy! And these Ranch Seasoned Air Fryer Chickpeas couldn’t be simpler to make. You only need six ingredients available at any grocery store, and I bet that you already have them on hand right this second.
I know that you guys love ranch as much as I do, so Ranch Seasoned Air Fried Chickpeas just felt like the natural place to start.
You’ll notice that in the instructions, it specifies not to rinse the chickpeas. That’s because the liquid in that can of beans, called aquafaba, has a lot of properties similar to eggs in cooking.
That little bit of aquafaba that clings to the unrinsed chickpeas adds moisture and a little bit of crunch to the finished recipe. Read more about the magical powers of aquafaba here!
I created a video to go along with this recipe, so you can watch that at the top of the page, or grab the written instructions below!
Ranch Seasoned Air Fryer Chickpeas
Ranch Seasoned Air Fryer Chickpeas are simple to make and super delicious! You only need six ingredients and less than half an hour to make them. No air fryer? You can make these in the oven! Here's the recipe for Oven Roasted Ranch Chickpeas.
- 1 15 ounce can chickpeas drained but NOT rinsed
- 2 tablespoons olive oil divided
- 1 batch Homemade Ranch Seasoning
- 1 teaspoon sea salt
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- In a small bowl, toss together the chickpeas and 1 tablespoon of the olive oil. Air fry at 400F for 15 minutes.
- Transfer the chickpeas back to your small bowl, and toss in the remaining oil plus the Ranch Seasoning, salt, and lemon juice so the beans get nice and coated.
- Transfer the chickpeas back to your air fryer basket and cook at 350F for 5 more minutes
- Serve now, or cool completely and then store in an airtight container (see Notes below).
If you want to store these, let them cool completely, then store in an airtight container on the counter. They will keep for a couple of days.