– Alyson Weber
Sure, buying hummus at the grocery store is easy and tastes pretty good. But after you make your own, you’ll never buy hummus again.. Homemade tastes better, has no artificial preservatives, and is super easy to make! If you have the basic, and not to mention cheap, ingredients to make homemade hummus (i.e. canned chickpeas, lemon juice, tahini, garlic) you can make it anytime you want. Once you got the basics down, you can venture off and try these unique varieties!
Creamy. Simple. Delicious. You can never go wrong with the original hummus flavor. Get the recipe here.
Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Hummus
An Italian spin on this classic Mediterranean dip. I also would like to take a moment to appreciate the beautiful sprig of basil placed on top of the photo. Get the recipe here.
Cilantro Lime Hummus
Try this hummus recipe for a zesty and spicy kick to your veggie or pita chip eating experience. Bring this dip to any gathering and make it a true fiesta! Get the recipe here.
Chipotle Sweet Potato Hummus
For those who are just as obsessed with sweet potatoes as I am, this one is for you. For those who are into spice, this one is especially for you. Get the recipe here.
Call me “basic” all you want, but avocados are the best thing to ever grace the planet. Combine your love for your two favorite dips (a.k.a. hummus and guac) into one. Get the recipe here.
Roasted Red Pepper
Prepare your taste-buds for an amazing depth of smoky flavor from the roasted red peppers in this hummus. Don’t worry though, you don’t have to roast a red pepper yourself. Most grocery stores carry roasted red peppers in a jar that taste just the same. Get the recipe here.
Spinach Artichoke Hummus
We all know and love the classic spinach artichoke dip. Why not make it a hummus flavor? Jump on the wagon of the hybrid food trend. Get the recipe here.
The heart in the middle of the photo is accurate because my love for Sriracha is everlasting. Sriracha always slays the condiment game no matter what the occasion or time. Get the recipe here.