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Today’s hummus antipasto platter idea is one you are going to love. And you know what? If you’ve been intimidated in the past by gorgeous antipasto platters and wonder how does one put it together? This is the post for you.
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Out of ideas for school lunches? I get you. There are only so many times I can pack a sandwich before they come home uneaten because they didn’t have enough time. Note to self: cut it smaller next time.
Or, I could just skip the sandwich all together and make one of these! These three healthy bento boxes for kids and adults are a breeze to make and super fun to eat.
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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 Sabra hummus and topped with Kalamata olives and feta, they are irresistible!
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One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is leftovers and this year, I’ve decided to skip the sandwich and turn my turkey into hummus and turkey stuffed egg rolls, aka Baked Thanksgiving Leftover Egg Rolls!
This Mediterranean pizza has all the flavors we love in every bite and making them is a breeze!
You know I can get pretty creative with my ingredients and from time to time, my imagination comes up with something so good it’s worth sharing with you. I mean, if you are reading this post, you are probably a hummus fan already, which is why I want to convince you to try it warm.
Warm hummus? Oh yes, some of my warm hummus recipes are life changing. Besides trying these Mediterranean pizzas, I want you to consider trying my Hummus Baked Chicken, Hummus Tostadas, and my cheesy Hummus Spinach Dip. And to bring you today’s recipe, I’ve partnered with Sabra, a staple in my fridge.
This recipe is really the warm version of something many of us do quite often; that is, eat hummus with pita bread or flat bread and top it with feta and Kalamata olives. The thing is, that because we nearly always cut up the pita into triangles, it’s nearly always served as a snack. This way, it becomes a meal. Watch how quick these come together.
What I love about Sabra’s hummus is the variety of flavors available. Gone are the days that plain hummus and veggies are eaten for snack only since clearly, hummus is not just for dipping!
By changing up the hummus variety used as a base, you can change up the flavor of these pizzas. If you are a garlic fan, try the Roasted Garlic and for a classic Italian-inspired base, try the Garden Vegetable. Do you love roasted red peppers? Use the Roasted Red Pepper variety (like I did today), the smoky flavor really shines through in this recipe.
If you are anything like me and love toppings, you load your pizza with as many as possible, right? For this recipe, I loaded it up with feta cheese and Kalamata olives. The mozzarella is optional, but I highly suggest it if you like the cheesy texture on top of your pizzas.
I love finding new ways to make snack time nutritious and exciting at the same time. This edamame hummus recipe is one that incorporates some of my favorite flavors, plus it’s high in fiber and protein.
Are you looking for a dip that is sure to be a game-stopper for your next party? Whether you are hosting a Super Bowl party, or just going to a friend’s party and need to bring a dish, this is the recipe to make!
First, let me start by telling you how much I love hummus. Some of my readers know this already, but you should know, I try to use it on everything. So why not a gameday appetizer that steals the show? So I created this Buffalo Chicken Hummus Dip.
Today I’m going to share my “super secret” way I indulge when snacking. These 7 Layer Mexican Dip Cups are my favorite way of enjoying “just enough” so that I don’t inhale an entire dip platter and half a bag of chips.