Whip up your own batch of this versatile, high-protein dip.
Hummus is a versatile, healthy snack that can be paired with raw veggies or baked whole-grain pita chips. Whether you prefer a traditional recipe or something new and different, you can whip up an easy hummus recipe anytime.
Hummus is a great source of protein, making it a great snack choice. Some of these recipes replace chickpeas with beans or vegetables, giving your hummus a completely different flavor. Make one of these 7 Healthy Homemade Hummus Recipes the next time you’re craving a savory snack!
1. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
This classic take on hummus tastes much better than store-bought brands, and it’s much better for you. It’s also a great source of fiber and protein, making it a perfect snack.
2. Zucchini Hummus
This paleo-friendly recipe gives your hummus a boost with nutrient-rich zucchini in place of chickpeas. It pairs perfectly with crisp, raw veggies.
3. Spicy Pumpkin Hummus
Bring this unique dish to spice up a party or get together, or save it all for yourself! The perfect blend of spices and pumpkin makes this hummus recipe stand out.
4. Sweet Potato Hummus (version 1)
Sweet potato, like cauliflower and zucchini, is another vegetable that has proven itself to be extremely versatile. It proves it’s worth, yet again, in this super simple sweet potato hummus recipe. The most difficult part about making this yummy, easy-to-make snack is deciding what you’re going to dip in it!
5. Roasted Garlic Hummus
This simple, go-to hummus recipe gets its enticing flavor from garlic roasted in the oven until it’s soft and fragrant.
6. Sweet Potato Hummus (version 2)
Cooked sweet potatoes give this hummus a sweet flavor. Garbanzo beans add extra protein to the dish.
7. Spicy Avocado Hummus
This spicy avocado hummus is going to make you cast aside all of the traditional, boring diet snacks that you’re used to. Flavors from the chickpeas, avocado, and jalapeno meld together to leave you with an incredibly tasty, superfood snack dip! Choose your favorite crackers, chips, veggies, (or a little of each) to dig into it and enjoy!
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