Time to make your own delicious Edamame Hummus. Garlic, lemon juice, edamame and ginger are just a few ingredients you’ll enjoy the flavors of. This is a simple, healthy snack to have on hand. Yummus Hummus!
Hummus will forever remind me of my second pregnancy. I feasted on the stuff daily. I would sit in my little bedrest spot on the couch and eat half of a container of the Sabre roasted pine nut variety, scooping it out with pieces of flatbread. Of course, I could have eaten a lot of things during that time. Ok, I did eat a lot of things during that time.
Having recently been given a food processor as a gift (thank you, Husband!), I am on a mission to create some delicious hummus concoctions of my own. First I want to attempt a few tried and true recipes to get a feel for what ingredients I enjoy the most. I grabbed this recipe out of a holiday cooking magazine and made a few alterations. I love hummus and I love edamame, so I was eager to see how it turned out.
I grabbed this recipe out of a holiday cooking magazine and made a few alterations. I love hummus and I love edamame, so I was eager to see how it turned out.
I loved it! My husband loved it! My three-year-old wouldn’t try it because it was green. He prefers the non-green variety.
I found that this was most delicious with vegetable dippers such as radishes, red peppers, carrots and celery. Pita wedges also went great with it.
As my three-year-old says, “Yummus hummus!” Looking for another great Edamame Recipe? Check out my Quinoa Edamame Salad, it is packed with fresh fruit and veggies so you can feel free to indulge without the guilt!