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Because sometimes you just want to dip!

Peanut butter healthy hummus

1 can chickpeas (drained)
juice of half a lemon
1/2 teaspoon sea salt (you could use regular salt but I’m just fancy like that)
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
125ml low fat Greek yoghurt
150g wholenut peanut butter

Directions

Blend.

If you think you need more yoghurt just get crazy and add it in.  You could even use full fat but then it wouldn’t be healthy hummus would it?  We like to serve ours with toasted tortilla wrap triangles and veggies but I’m pretty sure it’d be awesome in sandwiches or with crisps.  Never EVER lick the food processor blades to get that last drop, trust me.  It tastes really good but it’s not worth it.

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Inspired by my kitchen guru Nigella Lawson but… healthified.

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12 Comments

  1. Gayle
    1 Mar / 1:10 pm

    YUM! Mr K looks very chuffed with his carrot! x

    • Wendy
      1 Mar / 8:25 pm

      he sure was!

    • Wendy
      1 Mar / 10:00 pm

      it sure is, and so easy to make!

    • Wendy
      2 Mar / 7:44 am

      I’m sure you won’t be disappointed with this one.x

    • Wendy
      2 Mar / 9:13 pm

      thanks!x

  2. Mandy
    5 Mar / 5:35 am

    That looks delicious! I buy humus all of the time, but have never tried making it. I might have to now..

    Mandy
    Kini Style & The Klury Report

    • Wendy
      5 Mar / 2:16 pm

      I’ve never been able to buy it because I have a garlic allergy 🙁 I tried a couple of recipes and this was, by far, the best!x

    • 8 Jul / 10:02 pm

      hope you enjoy it as much as I always do! at least it’s guilt free 🙂

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