May 8, 2017
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One of my go-to snacks mid-afternoon, when I need a pick-me-up to make it through to dinner are these loaded celery stalks! Stuffed with hummus and topped with Kalamata olives and feta, they are irresistible!
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know that I have used hummus in every way possible. But when it comes to snacking, hummus is pretty much the unofficial snack food.
I often snack on hummus and celery along with some olives mid-afternoon, when I need a pick-me-up before running out to my kid activities. Of course, it’s also a great snack for kids, although my youngest prefers to eat hummus directly out of the tub with a spoon.
I’ve also served these Hummus Stuffed Celery Stalks at parties as an appetizer platter. They please the crowd and it becomes a great way to not have the guests double dip their veggie in the hummus tub.
Great appetizers like this one bring people together at parties and it’s the perfect recipe to share with friends.
How do you like to snack on hummus?
Hummus Stuffed Celery Stalks
- 6 celery stalks washed and cut into 3” pieces
- 8 oz hummus your favorite variety
- 4 oz Kalamata olives chopped
- 4 oz crumbled Feta cheese
- Place celery stalks on a flat surface. Fill each stalk with hummus. Top with chopped Kalamata olives and Feta cheese.
- Refrigerate up to 2 days.
My favorite Sabra Hummus is the roasted red pepper. Love to dip carrots and mushrooms in it!
I prefer the classic hummus. My children don’t always like the flavored versions, so they can enjoy plain hummus with veggies or as a sandwich spread, and I can add to it when a different flavor is desired. I could wat a whole tub!
I spread the Roasted Red Pepper hummus on top of Naan bread & then layer on top of that: feta cheese, slices of roasted red pepper & sliced Kalamata olives (I purchase the latter two from the specialty salad bar section of the grocery store). I warm it in the oven for a little while and it is scrumptious!
That sounds amazing!
i like the classic and roasted red pepper!my family loves hummus.
Our family loves the Sun Dried Tomato on any veggies, esp carrots, cucumbers and zucchini.
Hummus is my favorite veggie dip!
Celery and carrots with hummus!
The Sabra’s roasted red pepper hummus has always been my favorite, but know that I know to look for an olive tapenade variety, it may soon be displaced!
Sabra’s Organic Simply Roasted Garlic is a current fave for my 4 yo’s lunch. I layer it on to make the veggies stick together and avoid the dreaded “slip-out” – bread, hummus, spinach, hummus, olives, hummus, shredded carrots, hummus bread.
I love the classic hummus!
I love the garlic hummus. My whole family eats it!
My favorite hummus is the roasted red pepper, while my daughter’s is the roasted garlic. We love to dip veggies and tortillas for a fun, easy snack. I’ve got to try some of your hummus recipes!
I eat hummus daily. This is such a great idea.
My favorite is the roasted red pepper hummus Sabra makes and I love dipping veggies and tortilla chips in it!
If you like the roasted red pepper hummus, try this recipe!
I love this adult “ants on a log!”
what a great idea
what a terrific idea Laura! Thank you for sharing.
I made this for snack with green olives because we were out of kalamata. it was delish! i used the garlic hummus
I use hummus to make easy salad dressing like you make it!
I love hummus on everything.
My family loves Hummus! These look great.
I dip really any kinds of veggies in hummus. Usually celery and carrots!
Nothing beats hummus with pita chips!