If you love deviled eggs but want a plant-based option, you need these plant-based “deviled eggs” (also known as deviled hummus mushroom caps) in your life! And no, there are no “fake” eggs here … just 100% plant-filled wholesomeness and, more importantly for your tastebuds, deliciousness. (And yes … for all of the skeptics out there … you can simply call these “stuffed mushrooms,” if you like!)
This toasted stuffed hummus and roasted cucumber pita sandwich is my favorite comfort food sandwich fix right now. It’s got it all – color, texture, and lots and lots of taste. You can actually count it as an entire meal, too!
My new snacking philosophy is that hummus is always a good idea, especially if it’s a food scrap hummus garden! It’s a quirky, yet delightful way to use up produce parts and leftovers from your fridge. I started whipping up this garden-style hummus after being inspired by the many focaccia versions popping up on social media. Luckily the bready concept translates really well with hummus. As a bonus, there’s no baking involved.
You’ll want to fix these four-layer hummus jars when hummus sounds like a good idea, but you want something a little (or a lot!) jazzier. They’re fun to make, super flavorful, and so appealing to the eye. And if you’re hosting a casual gathering for a sporting event or packing up for a picnic in the park, these are absolutely perfect. I can personally vouch for that!
I’m pretty sure I eat more hummus than anyone I know. It’s what I grab whenever I need a quick fix or if I need to get in a bit more plant protein. And while I adore traditional hummus, I do like to mix things up every once in a while. I happened to be out of chickpeas, but I had dried red lentils on hand. So, of course, that meant red lentil hummus for me. Other than the chickpea to lentil swap, I make it with basically the same ingredients as my classic version. Though I do punch up the lemon to brighten the flavor.