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Beet Hummus

This majestic magenta color makes me swoon. There is something about beet hummus that makes me feel mesmerized. Look at the deep pink and purple hues. I’ve been trying out a bunch of hummus variations and this is definitely one of my faves. The beets add a wonderful sweetness to the hummus. I sprinkled some Beauty Dust…

pumpkin seed hummus

Pumpkin Seed Hummus

This enchanted twist on hummus will be the spookiest snack at your Halloween party. Pumpkin seeds are a great source of protein and iron. They are the most nutritious part of the pumpkin. They’re low in carbohydrates and contain potassium, magnesium, zinc, niacin and vitamin B3. You can mix them in this hummus or you…

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Eat for your Chakras

Taste the rainbow! Food can help to create a balance in your body. Think about root vegetables such as sweet potatoes, garlic, and beets. These foods have a grounding sense to them. Think about it, they are literally rooted into the earth. Check out this 7 day meal plan to balance your chakras. Option to…

Black bean hummus

Black Bean Hummus

The first time I had black bean hummus was in Madison, Wisconsin the other month at the farmer’s market. Holy cow! After that bite hit my mouth, I was determined to make my own that I can have on hand whenever I need. According to World’s Healthiest Foods, “among all groups of food commonly eaten…

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Did you know red peppers and green peppers come from the same plant? You just keep the green peppers on the vine a little bit long and they’ll turn red! Peppers are a part of the nightshade family. This means they usually grow overnight and they could be a concern to some individuals. With my…

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Holy Hummus

I pretty much make a hummus every week. It’s part of my meal prep routine. I have been experimenting with different types of hummus lately such as beet hummus, roasted red pepper hummus, pumpkin seed hummus, and black bean hummus but this is the OG recipe. Peeling the chickpeas is the newest trick I’ve learned…