Hummus! Different Easy & Yummy Hummus Recipes


Cat22
on May 13, 2015 @ 10:12 am

Because it's International Hummus Day today (aka the greatest day), here are some yummy hummus recipes that are more than just chickpeas.

BALSAMIC CARAMELIZED ONION HUMMUS



PUMPKIN HUMMUS


AVOCADO HUMMUS



SUN-DRIED TOMATO CILANTRO HUMMUS




Enjoy! Which of these looks the tastiest? Personally, I think the Pumpkin one looks sooo good.
 


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fredamans
. on May 13, 2015 @ 11:35 am

I like garlic hummus best. :-)
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lovesaraanne
. on May 13, 2015 @ 11:40 am

you had me at "hummus". it's my favourite food! I would love to try either pumpkin or avocado though. YUM!
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chrissyann123
HUMMUS! DIFFERENT EASY & YUMMY HUMMUS RECIPES on May 13, 2015 @ 12:40 pm

#Hummus is one of my most favorite snacks and dips thanks so much for sharing all these great recipes.
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Kylee
Hummus <3 on Jul 01, 2015 @ 03:35 pm

Oh my goodness! Why didn't I see this post a long time ago? I love love love Hummus! it's so healthy and it tastes great. I love basic hummus with just chickpeas,garlic, lemon juice and oil. These recipes look AMAZING I think that the avocado hummus looks incredible and out of this world. Thanks for the share Cat!
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sandhur
<3 on Jul 01, 2015 @ 09:38 pm

Avocado hummus looks interesting
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Sandra Ribeiro
Hummus on Jul 02, 2015 @ 06:37 pm

One of my all time favourite snacks.

Thanks Cat22 for the recipes

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AFH1
Beet Hummus! on Jul 07, 2015 @ 11:44 am

Those look divine!! I also highly recommend making your own beet hummus, because it's bright pink and that on it's own is exciting.

You simply need to bake a beet for about an hour at 400 degrees (wrapped in foil), then blend it into your favorite hummus recipe. I recommend something with garlic!
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bethanito
Chickpeas stuck in the blender :( on Jul 08, 2015 @ 02:48 pm

I'm curious because I used to have a food processor that made hummus no problem, but that broke and we ended up replacing it with a very high quality blender. However, food processors and blenders are not mutually exclusive, and despite my blender being incredible, it doesn't seem to handle chickpeas like my food processor did. I don't want my hummus to be liquidy like soup, but I know that the blender needs a bit more something to help make the chickpeas smooth. If any of you use a blender, what are your tricks?
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scamp101
Yummy! on Jul 08, 2015 @ 08:00 pm

These look awesome! I just started making my own hummus and these look fun to try. Thanks!
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