11 Hummus Recipes You Won’t Regret Trying

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Privacy Policy.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

If you’re a hummus lover, chances are you already have a recipe that you make on the regular. As much as you probably love a good plain hummus, it’s still nice to switch things up every now and then. The next time you’re in the kitchen to blitz up a batch of hummus, try one of these creative recipes that might just become your new go-to.

1. Taco Hummus

Taco Hummus in a white bowl.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

This Taco Hummus is the perfect dip for corn tortilla chips or to spoon over your tacos. This Mexican twist to a traditional hummus recipe is for all you lovers of Mexican flavors.

2. Turmeric Hummus

Just finished and garnished Turmeric Hummus served in a white bowl.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

Also known as “golden hummus”, this healthy homemade Turmeric hummus offers classic flavors of the Mediterranean.

3. Pumpkin Hummus

Pumpkin hummus served in white bowls and garnished with oil and pumpkin seeds.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

You can make this Pumpkin Hummus sweet or savory. It’s a great recipe when you’ve got an abundance of pumpkins from your fall harvest or just for when you picked up a bunch of canned pumpkin on sale.

4. Avocado Hummus

A hand holds a cracker with avocado hummus on it. Two bowls of avocado hummus sit on a table below.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

This Avocado Hummus combines the best of two worlds. Creamy avocado and the richness of a traditional hummus. The best part is that you can pair it with just about anything. Both crackers and corn chips go great with this.

5. White Bean Hummus

An overhead view of a metal serving bowl filled with white bean hummus and garnished with sliced green onions.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

If you’re out of chickpeas, white beans can be a great alternative for making hummus. This White Bean Hummus is made with navy beans and cannellini beans that create a subtle difference in flavor, but the texture is equally creamy as the chickpea version.

6. Artichoke Heart Hummus

A white bowl filled with artichoke heart hummus.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

This Artichoke Heart Hummus recipe is a must-try. It whips super fast and is ready in 2-3 minutes. It gives you tons of Mediterranean flavor along with a lot of good-for-you nutrition.

7. Black-Eyed Pea Hummus

Horizontal overhead view looking down into a bowl filled with Black Eyed Pea Hummus.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

Make this Black Eyed Pea Hummus for a filling, protein-packed snack for any time of day. It’s just as delicious as hummus made with chickpeas, but it has an extra creamy texture.

8. Pizza Hummus

A child's hands hold a white bowl of pizza hummus.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

Can’t get enough of hummus? Try this Pizza Hummus recipe. It is made with chickpeas, but the flavor is like pizza, thanks to the addition of olives and sun-dried tomatoes. It even tastes great on pizza.

9. Black Bean Hummus

A decorative bowl filled with black bean hummus and garnished with fresh, chopped herbs.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

Whether you’re hosting a party or a movie night at home, this Black Bean Hummus is a great snack option. Black beans are an excellent source of fiber, iron, and magnesium. So you can feel great about what you’re eating or feeding your guests.

10. Chocolate Peanut Butter Hummus

An overhead view of a white bowl full of chocolate peanut Butter Hummus and topped with a fresh strawberry.
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

This Chocolate Peanut Butter Hummus is the ultimate sweet dip. Using chickpeas, you simply make a sweet version of hummus using peanut butter, chocolate, cocoa powder, and vanilla extract. You can serve it with pita chips or apple slices.

11. Beet Hummus

An overhead view of a white bowl filled with beet root hummus. Bagels, a half avocado and a jar of fermented pickles sit around the bowl on a white surface.
Photo Credit: Greedy Gourmet.

This Beet Hummus is your standard hummus with roasted beetroot and balsamic vinegar. It’s creamy and flavorful, and it has a gorgeous red-purple color that adds so much life to the table.

The Daily Snack Tray

An overhead view of a charcuterie board with veggies, pita chips, and two bowls of dip.
Photo Credit: JeniFoto and Shutterstock.

Home with the kids? This snack tray idea is a great way to get them to snack on healthy foods all day and quit bugging you for snacks. Works for adults too!

After-School Snacks That Won’t Ruin Dinner

Two young kids eating strawberries.
Photo Credit: Evgeny Atamanenko and Shutterstock.

Sick of the kids ruining dinner with everything they eat after they get home from school? Here are some ideas for healthier snacks they’ll enjoy that won’t ruin dinner.

Need Some Healthy Movie Snacks?

A young boy watching a movie holding a drink and a popcorn bag.
Photo Credit: Tyler Olson and Shutterstock.

The food shack at the movie theater can leave you with a tummy ache when the movie is done. Here are some snacks you can sneak in, or enjoy at home for a happier belly.

40 Clean Eating Road Trip Snacks

Two young women driving in a car.
Photo Credit: Ground Picture and Shutterstock.

Hitting the road this summer? Take along some healthy snacks that will keep you from overspending and ending up with a stomach ache because we all know that the food you buy on the road is rarely if ever, the healthiest option.

This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry.

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.