Creamy “Roasted” Red Pepper Hummus

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Creamy "Roasted" Red Pepper Hummus
This creamy, satisfying and filling low fat raw dip recipe is a sure crowd pleader. The dehydrated bell pepper gives it a rich smokey flavor. Use this beautiful raw hummus recipe to dip vegetables into, or you can use it as a spread for raw iceberg lettuce wraps! Yum yum. You’ll be surprised how much flavor it has! I use corn instead of chickpeas because beans are very hard to digest! Hence why so much gas is produced in the digestive process. The tahini is optional, omit it if you are avoiding overt fats.
Creamy "Roasted" Red Pepper Hummus
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This creamy, satisfying and filling low fat raw dip recipe is a sure crowd pleader. The dehydrated bell pepper gives it a rich smokey flavor. Use this beautiful raw hummus recipe to dip vegetables into, or you can use it as a spread for raw iceberg lettuce wraps! Yum yum. You’ll be surprised how much flavor it has! I use corn instead of chickpeas because beans are very hard to digest! Hence why so much gas is produced in the digestive process. The tahini is optional, omit it if you are avoiding overt fats.
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Instructions
  1. Blend everything together in a high speed blender or food processor except for the raw bell peppers.
  2. Add bell peppers last and then give it a good whirl to break the pieces up, but to leave chunks within.
  3. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes

This yummy hummus can be enjoyed as a dip with sliced veggies like celery, red peppers, and carrots or with zucchini or carrot crackers. Also be sure to try it as a spread on a portobello handwich!

 

530 Calories

Protein 10%
Carbs 66%
Fat 24%

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