Once your garlic is roasted, you are well on your way to dipping into this delicious homemade roasted garlic hummus.
Need an appetizer or snack that isn’t so heavy it will ruin the main dish or meal to come? Dip into this roasted tribelli pepper hummus and let its delicious flavors win you over.
No, this is not your usual hummus. I repeat, this is not your usual hummus. But it is whipped with avocado and basil and is oh, so good.
This falafel bowl is loaded with quinoa, tomatoes, cucumbers, homemade tzatziki, and hummus to be a beautiful and filling vegetarian delight.
Let’s head outside! Whether that means to the balcony, back porch or down the street to the park, grab a friend, a good book, a bowl of one of our favorite hummus recipes and enough pita or fresh veggies to dip away the afternoon.
Paleo and smooth as can be, this potato hummus is so flavorful and perfect for a spring soirée.
Spice up your classic hummus recipe with new vegetables, like peas, and other flavorful additions.
Want to know what goes great with a spicy dip like harissa pumpkin hummus? A warm mug of pumpkin tea. Yes, your afternoon snack just got a whole lot better.
Halloween treats are not only sugary confections wrapped in bright cellophane. In need of candy alternatives? Try these creative ways to get spooky with sensible snacks. You’ll save yourself a candy-overload tummy ache and a painful trip to the dentist. Happy Hauntings!
A smoother and lighter textured hummus is preferred over a thicker consistency in places such as Lebanon. Make your own with this simple recipe.
A beautiful pink hummus flavored with the gentle sweetness of freshly picked root vegetables.
Make a smokey, backyard appetizer on the grill with spiced, grilled tortilla chips and a garlic hummus dip.
Try a simple, Jerusalem-style hummus that is perfect for a late-night snack or with fresh summer vegetables.
These Greek hummus bites are a fun, flavorful appetizer that’ll really impress your guests. They take only 15 minutes to make and have a crazy array of flavors and textures, sure to please any palate.
Hard to resist Roasted Cauliflower and White Bean Hummus makes the perfect midday snack.
Add charred eggplant to a cannellini bean hummus for a delicious smokey dip.
Give your hummus an elegant twist with a dash of truffle oil. Serve with fresh pita chips to perfect the appetizer.
A smooth, savory hummus receives a creamy and slight sweet addition of sweet potatoes with beautiful color. Enjoy as an easy and nutritious snack.
Make your hummus nutty, a touch sweet, and beautifully earthy with bright butternut squash.
Fried cauliflower is dusted in ras el hanout spice and is served with bright lemon juice and a creamy hummus dip whipped with yogurt and feta. A perfect game day snack.
Hummus is a blank canvas that can be flavored with garlic, red peppers, and more. This version uses wasabi and ginger to add kick to the chickpea spread.
There is nothing like homemade hummus. This lemon and avocado hummus with pepper takes just a few ingredients to make a gourmet dip served with fresh parmesan pita chips.
With bold color and flavor, this roasted beet hummus is a winner. The sweet, tangy, salty, nutty, and garlic flavors merge into a delectable dip that’s almost too good to be true.
Combining hummus with the sweet bell peppers, olives, sun dried tomatoes and tangy feta cheese creates a wholesome mix of colors and flavors that are perfect for a light summer meal.
Smooth hummus receives a touch of spring from artichokes and leeks. In no time, you can have a delicious appetizer that is perfect for spring.
Add rich, roasted peppers and chili flakes to your standard hummus for great new color and a delicious tasting appetizer.
A simple snack or appetizer that is beautiful to look at and even better to devour.
In the midst of the traditional kebabs and curries, this crisp, simple Middle Eastern tart is a great pastry tart for something light to add to the spread.
Perfect for an appetizer, these crispy taquitos just got that much better with the addition of a sweet and spicy avocado hummus.
Spruce up your hummus recipe with the fresh flavor of roasted red peppers. This is a no fuss recipe that is sure to bring you to your happy place.
Garlicky, pea hummus with avocado and sprouts is creamy, salty and perfect for a quick lunch.
Honest Cooking contributor Michelle Tchea shares a delicious recipe from her latest cookbook My Little SoHo Kitchen.
Roasted chestnuts are delicious all on their own but this faux-hummus is a fun way to experiment with the seasonal treat.
This hummus is more labor intensive than some recipes for the popular spread, but the result is super smooth, like the stuff you get at a Middle Eastern restaurant.
This has wonderful spice and a slight kick in the back of your throat from the red pepper and the cumin.
This only took about 40 minutes. The texture is similar to a baked potato when done. They are packed with protein, fiber and iron.
Tabesh restaurant and park is a family friendly restaurant just outside of Ramallah in the town of Jifna.
Hummus is a beauty that goes well with almost anything – bread, rotis, or as a dip.
The color of beets makes it really beautiful and appetizing, and it gives an extra point of creaminess. A perfect recipe.
All this needs is a few minutes in the microwave and its ready to be used.
For this recipe, frozen sweet peas and shelled edamame was used to make a delicious hummus-like spread.
Jennifer Abbott, here with a simple and awesome butter bean hummus recipe.
Enjoy a healthy and fresh green hummus.
Hummus doesn’t always have to be savory. Try this sweet pumpkin hummus from Robin Runner.
Looking for a healthy dip or spread for your sandwiches? This hummus is packed with flavor and won’t sabotage your gym efforts.
Natalie McLaury with a healthy purple hummus starring beets.
Pallavi Gupta debuts on Honest Cooking with a delicious quartet of inspiring side dishes.
Natalie McLaury serves a hummus that tastes like your favorite bar food
Elizabeth Ellory’s version of the deliciously simple chickpea and garlic appetizer.
Sugar snaps, english peas and sweet peas have shown up in abundance at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market in the past 3 weeks. Christine Curran turns them into a Sweet Pea Hummus.
Red peppers in hummus give it a fantastic flavor, and makes it a beautifully colorful visual impression.