I was given several coupons to try Tribe Hummus for free.
Do you like hummus? I do! It is really one of my favorite snacks. There is a local restaurant here that makes some of the best hummus I have ever eaten. It comes with a dense pita bread that I love, and eat, even if it is full of gluten. But I can’t go there very often, and I really shouldn’t eat all that gluten, which I will do if I get it at the restaurant. I tried making hummus at home, and even though I am pretty good in the kitchen, it just didn’t turn out very tasty. There was this acidic nature to it that was unappealing. That is also something I don’t like in many store bought hummus brands. But not Tribe Hummus! Their hummus was smooth, creamy and without even a hint of that acid I don’t like. I got the sweet roasted red pepper flavor and was eating it on raw veggies. That made a delicious and light lunch, which was perfect because I’m on Weight Watchers. 2 tablespoons of the sweet roasted red pepper Tribe Hummus is only 1 Weight Watchers Point!
I have decided to branch out and try it on some more unconventional foods, like apple slices. Holy cow was that good. I didn’t think I would like the red pepper Tribe Hummus on apples, but it is amazing and again, only 1 Weight Watchers Point. When I like something a little more substantial I use the Tribe Hummus as a spread on my Udi Gluten Free Bagels. I eat half a bagel with 1 tablespoon of the Tribe Hummus and I am good to go in the morning. It gives me some protein, flavor and is very hearty at the same time.
I recently saw a recipe for chicken coated with hummus and then baked. I think that would be a great way to try adding flavor and locking in moisture to a boneless chicken breast. Do you have a favorite recipe you like to use hummus in?