2 Minute Hummus

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Ten things to do with hummus

For whatever reason, I woke up this morning really hungry for some fresh, salty, tart, homemade hummus. I worked 14 hours yesterday, and my guess is that my body was craving salt and other electrolytes.  But anyway, I had hummus for breakfast along with my favorite gluten-free chickpea chips, and it made me wonder what other uses there are for hummus.  Here a link to ten delicious-looking recipes that use hummus as a key ingredient, though I won't be trying them today... no cooking for me after my long day yesterday.  Rest is on the menu for this day! ...more

Cooking Guru S3E7: Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

ROASTED RED PEPPER HUMMUS Serves: 4-6 Prep time: 5-7 minutes Processing time: 3 minutes...more

Fire Roasted Pepper Hummus


Easy pumpkin hummus

As a regular hummus eater–I’m talking twice weekly minimum–it’s a bit odd that this is the first hummus recipe I’ve posted on this blog!  The closest thing was this white bean dip with tomatoes, feta and basil, but it’s not really the same thing....more

Spicy Red Bell Pepper Hummus

Football season has officially begun and it’s game day! My parents are fortunate enough to have purchased 49er season tickets to the new Levi’s Stadium. And today is the third preseason game at the new stadium in Santa Clara. My sister, her boyfriend, and a friend of mine cannot begin to express how excited we are to go! As a young child (back in the days of Joe Montana and Jerry Rice) I can remember going to Candlestick for games with the whole family....more

Hummus Salad Dressing

The only time I had to go grocery shopping over the weekend was Friday night at 10pm after a full day of digging trenches, planting flowers, and rotating dirt....more

Oil-free Sweet Basil Hummus

Instead of carving pumpkins, decorating the Thanksgiving table, or cleaning the house, we went to Home Depot to buy some paint for my new office!...more

Eat Your Way to Good Luck and Prosperity: Black-Eyed Pea Hummus

Black-Eyed Pea Hummus is a flavorful twist to a traditional hummus.It’s a Southern tradition to eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day.  Black-eyed peas are thought to bring good luck and prosperity in the new year....more
I am so excited about finding this recipe. I grew up eating black eyed peas as a vegetable once ...more