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.
Who loves chocolate? A better question is: who doesn’t? And chocolate hummus recipe is seriously the way to celebrate that love. We do. So it’s important that we grasp the fact that hummus and chocolate, our two great loves, can be combined.
This unique hummus recipe is perfect for snacks. It is packed with protein, fibre and has no white sugar. It’s a delicious dip which is matched well with bananas and strawberries. Or you can simply grab a spoon and gobble it for dessert.
If you love chocolate and humus, then this is the right combination you’re looking for so let’s get started.
½ cup garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained from can 3½ -maple syrup ½ tsp vanilla extract ¼ tsp salt 4 tablespoons unsweetened baking cocoa 2 tablespoons water (optional)
Put all the ingredients in the food processor.
Pulse until the mixture smooth.
Add 1 tablespoon of water at a time to adjust to your desired consistency.
Your Chocolate Hummus is now ready to serve! This recipe is great for parties and kids will definitely love it. It’s easy to prepare, healthy and yummy. This treat can be whipped up in about 5 minutes. Another fine example of some hummus history that you can take advantage of when improving the health of your family.
Adding beetroot to your hummus recipe can give it an entirely different taste, not to mention it makes the colour of the hummus a vibrant pink! Awesome party food choice. Of all the hummus variations, this can be the most vibrant in terms of visual appeal.
This beetroot hummus recipe is an excellent choice for a dinner party or if guest are dropping by for a few drinks. It’s striking colour makes it immediately impressive and if you bring it to a party, you will get many compliments if you stick to this recipe.
1 can of chickpeas. Drain and rinse.
2 cloves fresh garlic or 2 teaspoons of store bought minced garlic.
2 Tablespoons of Tahini (Hulled. Available in the supermarket)
A tin of beetroot, or fresh beetroot cooked
The juice of 1 fresh lemon
2 or 3 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
Salt to taste. I use freshly ground salt as it’s rustic taste suits this dip.
Place the rinsed chickpeas and the beetroot into the blender and process until combined. Add the lemon and garlic. Process a further minute. Add the tahini slowly, and process for another minute. Then add the salt and olive oil. Process this for another minute. If you like your beetroot hummus dip a bit thinner then add a tablespoon of water. Scrape the sides down every few minutes. Garnish with some green leaves, possibly mint.
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