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Pumpkin Hummus

So, what do you do when you roast 4 pumpkins and  end up with several containers FULL of homemade pumpkin puree? AND you have a husband that "Isn’t really crazy about that whole pumpkin flavor"? Besides the Pumpkin Pie With Bourbon Whipped Cream I made, and the Pumpkin Cranberry Cookies, I made hummus. Hummus, cookies and pie that I had the sole responsibility of consuming, which also turned into a few extra, much needed, workouts and spin classes. Totally worth it.

This hummus also became the "dressing" on my salad for lunch, and the schemer for my ham sandwich at lunch the next day. So many yummy uses.

Pumpkin Hummus

1½ cup  Cooked Garbanzo Beans, drained and dry

1 cup  Pumpkin Puree (step by step for how to roast a pumpkin)

2 Tbsp Tahini (sesame paste)

2 Tbsp Olive Oil

¼ cup Fresh Lemon Juice

½ tsp  Salt

½ tsp  Ground Cinnamon

½ tsp  Ground Nutmeg

2 cloves Garlic, minced

¼ tsp  Coriander

Put it all in a food processor and blend it until its nice and creamy. Serve with bread, pitas, crackers, or veggies.

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Juls October 19, 2011 um 11:54 pm

I have never seen a hummus with pumpkin in it. Now I really want to eat it.


Jaxie October 20, 2011 um 3:44 pm

Thanks! I really liked it this way, may just make it this way all the time from now on!


chinmayie @ love food eat October 20, 2011 um 6:19 am

Great idea! Love this healthy hummus recipe 🙂


Jaxie October 20, 2011 um 3:43 pm

It’s even vegan =)


Chrissy October 20, 2011 um 5:53 pm

Wait. I have never even heard of this. Good thing I am a huge pumpkin and homemade hummus fan… so I better take your advice and get on this asap!


Erin October 20, 2011 um 6:27 pm

This makes me very very happy. A pumpkin food I hadn’t thought of before. Yay! Now I absolutely have to make some. Thank you for the creative burst of cooking inspiration.


Jaxie October 20, 2011 um 10:29 pm

I love making people happy with yummy treats =)


Cathy @ Savory Notes October 20, 2011 um 7:49 pm

Wow, I had never thought to put pumpkin puree in hummus. It’s genius!!


Jaxie October 20, 2011 um 10:28 pm

Ahhhh, I love being called a genius! You can hang with me any time 😉


Eggton October 21, 2011 um 4:39 pm

This is AWESOME. Thanks for posting. Most of the recipes out there are sweet, but savory pumpkin dishes are the best. I made a savory pumpkin pizza that was DELICIOUS the other night. If you’re interested, it’s here:

Thanks again!


Jaxie October 21, 2011 um 6:08 pm

Pumpkin pizza sounds amazing! Do you deliver? 😉


Debbie October 23, 2011 um 7:40 am

And I have a can of organic pumpkin puree waiting to be eaten! Great recipe!


krimp November 22, 2011 um 7:21 pm

I made this today for my thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. Tried a few bites (ok, maybe more then a few) before storing in in the fridge for tomorrow. Amazing! Only problem I had was that I needed to add a bit more liquid to it to get it to puree up right. I only added about a teaspoon more and there still wasn’t an overpowering lemon taste. Thanks so much for the recipe! Arigato from Japan!


Jackie November 22, 2011 um 10:13 pm

Oh good! Glad you liked it. I do like my hummus thick, and I know everyone has a different preference. You can always add more olive oil as well. Enjoy it tomorrow, I think it’s better the next day!


Marisha Klickman December 9, 2011 um 4:50 pm

Husbands can be picky, can’t they? ;). There are certain recipes I like to make just for me as well!


Mary February 9, 2012 um 3:12 pm

I will try this over the weekend. I love hummus


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