I have a confession to make.
I am an addict.
I’m addicted to hummus.
Seriously, though. I eat hummus EVERY day.
This writer dips crackers in her hummus.
This writer dips veggies in her hummus.
This writer’s kids dip pretzels in their hummus (I’m so not a pretzel fan)
This writer spreads it on a tortilla with black beans and salsa.
This writer spreads it on a whole wheat roll with turkey and spinach.
I could go on…but this is already long. So, as you can tell, hummus is the snack/meal accessory that never gets boring.
I buy my hummus at Costco because they have the 32 oz tub for 5.95 (sometimes cheaper).
But, I also love to make homemade hummus and a friend gave me an unbeatable recipe years ago that is my go-to recipe:
1 16 oz can of garbanzo beans (or 1/2 can garbanzo 1/2 can black)
2 cloves of garlic
3 Tbsp tahini
2/3 tsp cumin
1/4 cup olive oil
Juice from a half of a lemon
Put all ingredients in food processor and blend until smooth. May be stored in an airtight container for a month.
I’m not promising it will last that long, though.
Help an addict out … How do you eat your hummus?