This Banana Hummus recipe is perfect for banana lovers everywhere. You just need to combine ripe banana with your traditional hummus mixture to give it a delicious and unique flavour. Aside from banana other fruits like avocado and strawberry are also used as a hummus ingredient. You can mix it up depending on who is going to eat it. Kids seem to love the banana hummus taste and it lends itself well to nutella and crackers. Just sayin.
About this Banana Hummus Recipe
For this recipe, you will really only spend 1-2 minutes to prepare this hummus variation. It usually takes around 5 minutes in the food processor and it can be served to 12 people. How amazing is that? So to make a yummy and sweet hummus dip for your loved ones. You can use bananas that are ripe and/or spotty. Bananas at this stage are really good for you and are usually wasted in banana bread which cooks the banana, making it lose a lot of it’s nutrients. Using it in a hummus is essentially eating it raw, maintaining all of the best things from the banana.
Mashed ripe banana 1 can garbanzo beans or chickpeas 1 tbsp tahini 1 tbsp garlic, minced 1 tbsp lemon juice 0.5 tsp cinnamon 0.25 tsp each cumin and chili powder A dash each of ground cloves, ginger, and nutmeg Water as needed
Rinse and drain garbanzo beans or chickpeas.
Place all the ingredients in a food processor.
Blend until the mixture becomes smooth, adding water to achieve the desired consistency and removing excess as needed.
This banana hummus recipe is truly as easy as 1 2 3 to prepare. Now you can use it as a spread and share it with your neighbors or for a quick solution when company arrives. They will definitely ask you for the recipe.
An Avocado Hummus Recipe is a great way to add some more healthy ingredients to your basic hummus recipes. The addition of avocado brings a creaminess to the mixture and packs a protein punch. So with this in mind, give your basic hummus a twist with some Avocado.
Fruity hummus dips are the best! Avocado itself is delicious and combining it with hummus can result into a nutritious and sweet dip for your snack time.
How to make Avocado Hummus
Forget smashed avo’s, here’s what you need to make this Avocado Hummus.
1 can chickpeas (can be used as topping) 1 avocado (peeled and pitted) 5 tablespoons tahini 1 lemon (juiced, more to taste) 3/4 cups water 4 cloves garlic salt and pepper (to taste) Olive oil
Drain chickpeas (set aside few for topping) and place them to the food processor along with the avocado.
Add tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, water and garlic cloves. You can add more or less of the garlic cloves depending on your liking.
Pulse until the texture becomes smooth, add more water to achieve the consistency you prefer.
Top your hummus with the chickpeas.
Avocado hummus is best served with pita wedges, chopped veggies, crackers and breadsticks. Enjoy your newly discovered dip!
Some people grimace when I tell them about my Strawberry Hummus Recipe. But seriously it’s one of those things that you don’t realize is amazing, until you put it in your mouth. Strawberry hummus is a hit with kids because of its sweet and fruity taste not to mention its striking red colour.
So if you are planning for your kid’s party adding this dip can make the snack time more flavourful. It’s also a good way to add some extra goodness to your children’s diet without them realising it.
Not only for Kids
On the other hand, grown-ups will also love this dip because of its healthy dose of vitamins. This brings new twist to their usual snack dip and the taste really does give your tastebuds a vacation from boring old dips. This variation on the regular hummus dip will get you attention.
2 cups hulled and quartered strawberries 1 can (14.5 oz.) garbanzo beans or chickpeas as they are also called 1 tsp. fresh squeezed lemon juice 1/4 tsp. fresh ground black pepper 1/2 tsp. kosher salt
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