You deserve better snacks. You work hard. You're a good person. So instead of buying the premade stuff, those big tubs of hummus, make your own. Hummus is a super easy, super healthy snack to whip up.
Even better: you can personalize it a zillion different ways, to suit your mood and taste. Here's how.
There’s nothing new about having hummus as a snack, but making it from scratch is unbelievably easy. Make a larger batch and store individual containers in the refrigerator. From this basic recipe, you can personalize and spice up your hummus with salsa, herbs, nuts, and more. Click on to see.
This hummus is the perfect meatless recipe for Springtime. It's a protein-packed spread that can be eaten as a snack with celery sticks or tortilla chips or it can double as a sauce for your favorite pasta meal. You can even spread it on toasts for avocado toasts or as a replacement for mayo!
Black Bean Hummus with Fresh Herb Drizzle is a flavorful dish from celeb chef Lorena Garcia's New Latin Classics Cookbook. Hearty black beans are pureed with nutty sesame paste and brightened up with an earthy herb drizzle.
This protein-packed snack is especially fun for kids. Hummus, a spread usually made from chickpeas or garbanzo beans, gets a Latin touch with the addition of avocado and a garnish of cilantro. Chop up some sturdy veggies (carrots, celery, and radishes) and let the kids dip to their heart's content while you make your way to the ticket counter.