On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m showing you how to make an easy hummus recipe in a blender.
Yes, we’re cooking up something special today.
This was a request from a Live Lean TV viewer named Peggy.
Peggy asked for a healthy dip recipe that you can dip your vegetables in.
🏒 PERFECT GAME DAY DIP RECIPE BELOW 🏀⬇️: Here’s an easy Hummus recipe for you to make before watching the Penguins destroy the flyers tonight 🐧❤️! • TAG your homies ✊🏼🙏🏼 • INGREDIENTS: – juice of 1 lemon 🍋 – 1/4 cup tahini – 1 medium zucchini – 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil – 1 tsp cumin – dash cinnamon – dash sea salt – dash cayenne pepper – dash chili powder – carrots – celery • INSTRUCTIONS: 1️⃣Add everything but the carrots and celery to a food processor (or blender) and mix for 20-30 seconds. 2️⃣Remove the hummus from the food processor with a spatula and pour into a bowl. 3️⃣Add carrots and celery to a plate to dip. • NUTRITIONAL INFO (per 2 tbsp serving): Calories: 68 Protein: 2g Carbohydrates: 2g Fat: 6g
Now you may be asking…
Why would you make your own homemade hummus when it’s so quick and easy to buy store bought hummus?
Well this hummus recipe is also very quick and simple, so anyone can make it.
Plus, this easy hummus recipe is made with real, whole food ingredients, that will add delicious flavor to your food, without adding extra unhealthy calories.
A lot of store bought hummus, sauces, and dips contain unhealthy ingredients, preservatives, and sulfites.
That’s why I love taking control of the ingredients that I put in my body by making my own quick and simple recipes.
Don’t believe me?
Check out the ingredients below and lets get cooking!
Once the hummus is made, what do you do with it and how do you eat it?
Sure you can just stick your finger in it…damn that’s good!
But it’s best when you add some crunchy vegetables like celery, carrots, or any of your favorite dipping vegetables.
And if you love your carbs (and earned them), you can have a healthier Ezekiel bread and whole wheat pita for your finger foods to dip into the hummus.
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||15 seconds|
Look how much hummus this recipe makes from just that small amount of ingredients.
Much better than a bag of potato chips…c’mon!
You can also use this easy hummus recipe as a healthy condiment or spread for your burger toppings.
This is just another great way to cook in bulk and get your food prepped for the week.
Remember, to get lean you need to prepare and that’s what we do here on Live Lean TV.
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So many people need to learn how to prepare and cook with real foods, so they can have access to healthy food whenever needed.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.
4 responses to “How To Make An Easy Hummus Recipe In A Blender”
Can you tell me what type of blender is best to make this hummus. I only have a regular blender, will it still work the same as yours?
Hi Debra, I have a high powered blender that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE. It is so useful and one of the best investments I’ve made in my kitchen. It makes veggie juice, smoothies, pretty much anything. Just throw it in (full apples etc) and it does all the work.
Here’s the link: http://www.liveleantv.com/myblender
If you just have a standard blender, it may or may not be powerful enough. You’d just have to give it a try.