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Sweet Potato Hummus

Sweet Potato Hummus


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The simplest, healthiest hummus recipe you'll see today

This Sweet Potato Hummus features Bruce’s Yams Cut Sweet Potatoes, fresh lemon juice, and garlic.

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Ingredients

  • 1 Cup sweet potatoes, such as Bruce’s Yams Cut Sweet Potatoes
  • 19 Ounces garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained
  • 2 Tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1/4 Cup tahini (sesame paste)
  • 5 garlic cloves, roasted or raw
  • 1 Tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 Teaspoon cumin
  • 1 Teaspoon salt
  • water

Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


Tahini is a paste made from toasted hulled sesame seeds, it adds flavour and it commonly used in Hummus. To keep the syns low I use a very small amount, but I have also made this hummus without and so if you want to skip it all together because you don't have any on hand and don't want to purchase some just to make this recipe, it's still delicious. But I recommend adding in some plain Greek yoghurt instead. Just so you get the same consistency. This option however is not dairy free.


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