“This tastes like chocolate frosting!” exclaimed my mother-in-law.
“I know you haven’t released this recipe yet, but can I have it?” asked my sister-in-law.
I think it’s safe to say, you’ll want this Clean Eating Brownie Batter Hummus recipe too!
The thought of hummus being sweet can be a little off-putting. I get it. Thinking about it myself before I actually made it did not make my mouth water either.
Dessert hummus is AMAZING!
This hummus is perfect all by itself, by the spoonful, big big spoonfuls or pair it with fresh fruit, pretzels, vanilla wafers, or banana chips.
Delightful, absolutely delightful.
My sister-in-law mentioned this would be perfect to send in her son’s lunchbox. I totally agree with her and also think this Clean Eating Brownie Batter Hummus makes a nice dish for picnics or potlucks.
My friend, Nikol with Pampered Chef, lent me the best container to take this hummus on-the-go! This Small Square Cool & Serve container comes with a gel insert to keep the hummus and fruits cool. Don’t even get me started on the Mini Spoons and Tongs set. So cute and handy!!As you can see, I have a soft spot for Pampered Chef. I have been adding their amazing products to my kitchen for years and have found them to always be of the highest quality and so easy to use! Be sure to check out all the amazing products HERE and say hello to Nikol too!
If chocolate isn’t your thing (if it isn’t, who are you?! ha!), you may really like this Clean Eating Snickerdoodle Hummus. It’s sweet, packed with cinnamon, and perfect with vanilla wafers and apples.
I have a few other dessert hummus recipes in mind too! So don’t worry, my pretties, you haven’t heard the last of me in regards to sweet and healthy dip recipes.
When making any hummus, especially dessert hummus, consistency is key.
This chocolate hummus takes a little more liquid to achieve a creamy texture. I think the cocoa powder has a tendency to dry it out a bit. Add the water in small increments until you have a smooth and creamy “batter”.
Okay, now it’s your turn! Enjoy this delicious recipe and let me know in the comments how you eat it, straight up with a spoon or with fruit or pretzels. 🙂