Super Healthy Green Pea-Sesame Hummus Recipe

Hello Everyone!  I’m so sorry its been several months since I have been able to visit here at Mom4Real.  Thanks Jessica, for letting me share this recipe.  It’s one of my fave go-to snacks…a super healthy Green Pea-Sesame Hummus Recipe!

Green Pea-Sesame Hummus at The Everyday Home

 Yep, it’s healthy.  But, I figure if you eat it with a bunch of

Garlic Pita Chips you can get your junk food quota in, too. Laughing

I have something funny to share.

Every week, I host a weekly series at The Everyday Home

called Tasty Tuesday.  Last week, I featured one of

my family’s favorite breakfast foods.

Homemade Sausage Gravy and Biscuits.

Homemade Sausage Gravy and Biscuits by The Everyday Home

The title of my post was

“Homemade Sausage Gravy:  It Ain’t Purty!”  Smile

When I am planning a recipe and a blog post, the first thing that

comes to mind is “this is one of my fave recipes and I want

to share it with everyone.”

In the future, I think it needs to be…. “this is one of my fave

recipes and I want to share it with everyone and hope it

photographs well.”  Laughing

Last week, I presented a great recipe – but let’s face it folks.

It was Greige. Griege Food is NOT pretty!  

There is no color.

So this week….

Green Pea-Sesame Hummus at The Everyday Home

Color, Baby!

But, I promise there is a ton of flavor, too.

 My grandson said it looks like his sister’s baby food, but he said it

was good.  So, there you go.  Straight from an 7-year old.  Laughing

But, hold on tight, folks.  This recipe is a tough one.

As in “lock the door, grab the apron, put your hair up in a pony -

and prepare to cook” tough.

(total exxageration!)

Here are the ingredients…

Green Pea-Sesame Hummus at The Everyday Home

(minus the tahini paste which was laying by the sink)

Grab a pad and pencil, because here comes the “cooking” part…

Blanching frozen peas.

It’s like Julia Child epic cooking, huh?

3 minutes in boiling water with a tablespoon of butter and a pinch of salt.

Drain, then pour cooked peas in a food processor…

Green Pea-Sesame Hummus at The Everyday Home

Add all the other ingredients, give it a whirly-whirl and let

the magic begin.  Creamy green peas, garlic, sesame flavor,

cilantro, olive oil… it all comes together and creates an

amazing healthy and flavorful snack.

Green Pea-Sesame Hummus at The Everyday Home

I served it with Garlic Pita Chips, but its also good when served

with veggies.

Next month, I will flip through my handy-dandy recipe card file

and see if I can find something between Greige and Baby Food Green.

 Promise.  Laughing

To print the recipe, just right click the photo below and print!

Green Pea Sesame Hummus

If you get a chance, check out my post from yesterday…

Crispy, Iron-Skillet Potatoes and Onions

Crispy, Iron-Skillet Potatoes and Onions by The Everyday Home

There’s also a recipe for a fab Homemade {fructose free} Ketchup.

In case you’re interested.  :)

  See you next month!

xxoo, Barb

For more colorful, and not so colorful recipes, plus great DIY stuff, too…

you can visit me at The Everyday Home 6 days of the week.

Closed on Sundays. (ha, just kidding)

 

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  1. says

    This looks so delicious, thank you for the wonderful idea!

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