Hummus Free PD Recipe

This oil-free and tahini-free recipe will assist you in your weight loss progress. It’s high in fiber and nutrient dense with creamy satisfaction. Enjoy it as a spread on fresh corn tortillas, scoop it up with Homemade Pita Chips, or serve as a nutritious dip for your veggies. This recipe is complete with flavor add-in options to make your next batch the best batch.

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Responses

  1. Since hummus is a favorite of mine, it’s so great to have this oil free hummus recipe that tastes so great. Besides having it as a dip, I also spread it on Lundberg thin stackers rice cakes…yum.

  2. This was so good a friend and I stood at the counter and ate the whole thing straight from the food processor. We added smoked paprika. Yummo! The hardest part of this recipe is washing up the food processor afterwards. I don’t think you can mess it up.

  3. I love this hummus. I add roasted red peppers to it and that adds more liquid to it. Make sure you add enough liquid as it will get much more thick after being refridgerated. Delicious!

  4. I am so thrilled I made this! Delicious. I sprinkled some paprika on top and really enjoyed it with my cut up bell pepper strips and toasted tortilla chips. Love this as a healthy snack alternative. I want to try it with a roasted red bell pepper next!

    1. I put cumin in it too and it’s yummy! Also the juice from the chickpea can (called “Aquafaba”) is really good substituted for the water – it gives it a really creamy texture.

  5. I end up putting more water in, my blender seems to be happier that way and the hummus gets a little fluffier. I add olive juice for a kick. When using dry beans I soak them and cook them, the hummus is yummy as a warm dip too.

  6. This is delicious! It’s the best oil- and tahini-free hummus recipe out there. Also is a great base to add your own favourite flavours, I like to add toasted onion granules to it too. Yum!