Just poppin’ in to tell you that Food Should Taste Good is sponsoring this dip-able delight!
This quick and easy, vegan homemade hummus features kale pesto and sun dried tomatoes. It’s a healthy, gluten free appetizer for entertaining!
Well helloooo there friends!
I know. The real world is a depressing place right?
Don’t worry, it’s gonna get fresh and HEALTHY and D-LISH in about 54 seconds, but FIRST: how was Christmas?
The hubs and I spent it at his family’s place in Wisconsin. IE: the land of snow and cold and the place where my always-cold-self had to wear about eleventy billion scarves and sweaters just to SORT of function. Despite how I just described it, it was FUN. Pinky-promise.
Honest moment though: I never thought that I would be so blissfully happy to see my mild, rainy state of Washington. I promise to never complain about the 364 days of rain EVER AGAIN.
Until tomorrow. You feel me.
ANYWAYS. It’s been (probably more) than 54 seconds so let’s get a leeetle bit fresh up in here. Not fresh in the awkward sense you’re thinking though. Stop that thought. We’re talking fresh like superfood kale blended up with vibrant-green pops of sweet basil, tangy bursts of juicy lemon, nutty pine nuts (obvs) all blended up with creamy chickpeas and chewy sun-dried tomatoes. Liiiike on a chip and in yer face.
The only kind of fresh that is really worth writing this 500+ word blog post about. Uh huh uh huh uh huh.
So hummus. It’s delicious and I really like it lots because you can put ALL the things in the food processor and press “GO” (it’s actually “on” but “GO” is soooo much more fun) and then – VOILA – magical dip-able creamy YUM that you want to eat for all the days of your life, plus a few more.
But, real talk peeps, hummus ain’t ANYTHING without the perfect crunchy, salty chip to scoop-scoop-scoop right on through its thick and creamy deliciousness. Which is why this hummus is rockin’ its best accessory today: Food Should Taste Good Multigrain Tortilla Chips!
I know you guys L-O-V-E Food Should Taste Good because you went nuts over a photo I shared on Instagram. But, like, how can I BLAME YA when all their (many!!) flavors of tortilla chips are non-GMO, certified Kosher and certified gluten-free. Some are even VEGAN (like these ones yo’.) Plus there’s the whole fact that they taste really super good, and my snacking mouth just can’t stop munchin’ all that wholesome, crunchy goodness.
We all know that food just tastes BETTER when it’s made from REAL, simple, pronounceable ingredients. Straight up: Food Should Taste Good thinks it too. Hello <3
Guys. That moment when the salty chip combines with the tangy, smooth hummus and hits my taste buds. I just CAN’T EVEN. It’s the epitome of a happy-food-happy-me moment. One that I think you MAJORLY need to be a part of.
P.s I know your smart-person brain probably ALREADY went there, but I must suggest (read: demand) that you make this for New Year’s Eve.
I mean, it’s in 3 DAYS. I’m sure you’re being some ultra-trendy person and hosting a shin dig right?
Your guests already called me and said that they’re requesting this dip be at the C-E-N-T-E-R of the appetizer table.
I’m taking bets that it’ll be scooped, dunked and dipped away before the ball even DROPS.
FOR THIS RECIPE, I RECOMMEND:
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Weight Watchers Points Per Serving: SmartPoints: 5 Points+: 5. Old Points: 4
(per 1/8 dip – not including chips)
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