Easy Healthy Raw Carrot Hummus

Easy Healthy Raw Carrot Hummus

This super Easy Healthy Raw Carrot Hummus is simply blitzed-up, which has all the fresh sweet flavor of a raw carrot, with a touch of creaminess from the tahini and oil.
Ramp up the raw factor by eating it with a cucumber or celery stick, or stuffed inside lettuce leaves – or alongside a dressed salad of lettuce and sugar snap peas.

Easy Healthy Raw Carrot Hummus

I personally love, love, love hummus! I could literally eat it with a spoon! So, I like to try different ways of making it, and for me, this carrot hummus is an absolute winner. It tastes so fresh and not as heavy as other hummuses, its perfect for a light snack, which I love in the afternoon!


it’s so easy to make this Easy Healthy Raw Carrot Hummus, simply blitz the carrots until finely chopped, then add the rest of the ingredients and blitz again until smooth. It may take a few minutes though, and you will need to stop a few times to scrape off the sides of the food processor, but patience is key here! I mean, the whole process of making this hummus won’t take you more than 10 minutes!

Serves 4
Each serving contains 141 calories.

Ingredients:

300g of carrots, peeled and diced

2 tablespoons of tahini paste

2 tablespoons of olive oil

1 teaspoon of cumin

1 clove of garlic, chopped

Juice from half a lemon

salt and pepper to taste

Method:

1. Put the carrots in a food processor and blitz until finely chopped. You may need to stop to scrape the side a few times.

2. Add the tahini, garlic, salt, cumin, oil, and lemon juice and blitz again until you have a course orange paste. Again, you may need to stop a few times to scrape the sides and to ensure all the ingredients are combined evenly.

3. taste the hummus and add more salt/pepper/lemon juice if needed.
Serve straight away, or keep wrapped in a plastic box for a day or two in the fridge.

SWAPS:
Young beetroot makes a lovely alternative to the carrot and will give you a glorious purple hummus.
You can replace the cumin with coriander or fennel seeds for a subtly different character

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