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By now, you’ve surely seen hummus in all of its varieties at your local grocery store. So why go through all of the trouble to follow a hummus recipe and do it yourself at home? The answer is always flavor!
Store-bought hummus wins for convenience but a homemade recipe is more cost-effective, has less preservatives, and in our humble opinion, is a whole lot tastier! Our hummus recipe is made with a few simple ingredients: chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, garlic, spices, and Primal Kitchen avocado oil (use code INSIDER10 for 10% off at Primal Kitchen).
Hummus is a recipe that once you make it yourself, you’ll be wondering why you didn’t start a long time ago. It is super easy to batch ahead of time and make for parties, weekday snacking, and lunch prep.
This is a clean, nutrient-packed source of protein to add into your diet with minimal effort. We hope you enjoy cooking up this hummus recipe!
For more ideas for high-protein snacks, check out our article for 15 ideas (including hummus!) that will help build muscle and keep you full.
Traditional hummus made from garbanzo beans (chickpeas), tahini, olive oil, garlic, lemon, and spices.
It is much cheaper to make your own hummus. For minimal cost, you can make bigger quantities and customize the flavor to your liking.
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