10 reasons to eat hummus, 5 reasons to make your own hummus, 6 tips for making good hummus, 3 ways to blend hummus, 3 reasons why oil-free hummus is a better option, and 1 fabulous recipe for oil-free hummus!
Lettuce rejoice! This creamy salad dressing takes very little thyme to make and the flavor can’t be beet! Now Romaine calm. I try to make olive my recipes really …
This dairy-free, soy-free, and gluten-free dip is the cheesecake of all dips – thick and creamy, rich and luscious, maxed on flavor, goes well with anything.
We like hummus a lot. It’s a great travel food. It tastes yummy on sandwiches, as a dip, or in wraps. And it’s really good for you.
But sometimes we want a change, and this Broccoli-Avocado-Hummus Dip offers a delightful twist on ordinary hummus. It’s guacamole meets hummus. And it’s a great way to sneak some veggies in your day.
When I was young, I loooooved sour cream. I liked it so much I could eat it plain straight out of the container. I ate in on my baked potatoes, fried potatoes, and tater tots. The sole purpose of burritos, enchiladas, and tacos was to be able to eat sour cream (and guacamole). I mixed extra into my stroganoff. I dipped everything from chips to apples to carrots to crackers to granola bars in it. I topped fruit salad, soup, and chili with it. I ate it on just about everything.
Even so-called “healthy” oils, like olive oil and coconut oil, are still 100% fat. Here’s a rich and creamy (and easy!) pesto recipe without a drop of oil in it.
This lower-fat, nutrient-dense pesto saves you an average of 60 calories and 5 grams of fat (per 1/4 cup serving). And it is cholesterol-free!
A high in fiber, healthy dip – perfect for weight loss.
A simple guacamole recipe that is tomato-free.
Once upon a time I used to hate tahini. Now that I think about it, I still don’t like the stuff. It’s very bitter. Have you noticed? You’ve never had tahini? What is tahini? Tahini is sort of like very bitter peanut butter. (My apologies to all you tahini fans.) It’s made by grinding sesame…