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Pumpkin hummus

pumpkin hummus

a lovely fall dip perfect for anytime of the year!
hummus is a wonderful healthy dip with protein and delicious flavor. Some people but store bought hummus but after seeing how easy it is to make it yourself I have started buying chickpeas and making it myself!

this hummus is on the slightly mild side but you can sweeten it or spicy it up!

pumpkin hummus

Main ingredients

Chickpeas. Chickpeas or also known as “garbanzo beans” are a staple in real hummus.
Tahini. Tahini is a sesame paste and can be substituted with sunflower seed butter.
Pumpkin purée. Without the pumpkin this hummus would be just your everyday hummus.
Lemon juice. Lemon juice is what gives hummus a lot of it’s flavor. Without sea salt and lemon hummus just wouldn’t be hummus!

Sea salt. Salt takes any butter out of the hummus and changes the lemon juice to a sweeter flavor.

Pumpkin hummus

Three easy steps to homemade hummus

Step 1. Put all the ingredients into a blender.
Step 2. Blend the ingredients until smooth. You may need to stir every now and then.
Step 3. Serve in a small bowl and garnish with pepitas and paprika.

pumpkin puree

When I open a can of pumpkin I put the remaining pumpkin into a glass jar with a sealed lid for freshness. Homemade pumpkin purée should work just as well as store bought.
Reasons to love this hummus!❤️
this hummus is delicious and lovable because it’s:

Dairy free.
gluten free.
nut free.
autumn favorite.

pumpkin hummus


Category: Turkey

Makes: 2-3 cups

1 (15.5-16-oz can) chickpeas (garbanzo beans).
canned pumpkin to taste.
pinch of sea salt.
juice of 2 lemons.
cumin to taste.
paprika to taste.
4 tbsp tahini.
2 garlic cloves.

put all the ingredients into a blender.
blend until smooth stirring occasionally.
put into a serving bowl and top with paprika an pepitas.

crackers & carrot sticks

Serve with

carrot sticks.
veggie sticks.
crackers of choice.

pumpkin hummus

spread on crackers


Published by Healthy little vegan

Lilee is a self taught cook who loves making vegan food with a healthy twist. She can be found cooking up recipes with her rabbits in Florida.

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