Red pepper hummus is a great snack for any time of day. It’s a great way to get in some extra protein and fiber, and a great option for those looking to cut back on unhealthy snacks. It can be enjoyed with vegetables, crackers, pita bread, or even on its own. Enjoy!
1. Red Pepper Hummus
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Roasted red bell peppers have a smoky yet sweet flavor that is enhanced by the creamy chickpeas and tahini in this Red Pepper Hummus recipe by Kelly Jaggers.
2. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
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Chickpeas are awesome. They are also loaded with fiber, protein, and B vitamins such as folate, manganese, iron, and zinc! All of these nutrients combined with the scrumptious flavors and nutrients of red peppers and the remaining ingredients make this Roasted Red Pepper Hummus recipe by Christina Bedetta a real winner.
3. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus and Sweet Potato Sandwich
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This feel-good Roasted Red Pepper Hummus and Sweet Potato Sandwich by Maria and Alyssa has everything you need for a filling lunch. Creamy roasted red pepper hummus is spread onto gluten-free bread and served with roasted sweet potato slices and plenty of dark, leafy greens.
4. Puy Lentil and Red Pepper Hummus Bowl
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If you’re looking for a colorful, nutritious bowl filled with vitamins, minerals, and stick-to-your-ribs protein, then look no further. Puy lentils and red pepper hummus sit alongside hearty quinoa and baked potato wedges. You’ll want to build this Puy Lentil and Red Pepper Hummus Bowl by Jennifer Fairbairn every single day!
5. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
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The earthy flavors of this Roasted Red Pepper Hummus by Mark Reinfeld create a wonderful undertone to this dip, which goes great with pita bread, tortilla chips, fresh veggies, or by itself!
6. Baked Hummus and Roasted Red Pepper Tostadas
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These warm, crunchy Baked Hummus and Roasted Red Pepper Tostadas by Steph McKercher are the perfect healthy game-day snack. With hummus, roasted red pepper, and basil, they’re a delicious Mediterranean take on a Tex-Mex favorite.
7. Hummus With Red Peppers
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When your stomach is demanding a quick and light food item, red pepper hummus may be the first thing that will come to your mind. This Hummus With Red Peppers by Teresa Jens is one of the easiest and fastest dishes that you can prepare.
8. Smoky White Bean and Roasted Yellow Pepper Hummus
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If you’re a fan how Chipotle Pepper Hummus, you will absolutely devour this Smoky White Bean hummus recipe by Annie Oliverio. This recipe is just as good as store-bought ones but made without the oil!
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