Homemade Roasted Beetroot Hummus

Since having lived in London,  I’ve become obsessed with hummus. It’s one of my favourite things in the entire world. Perfect if you want a savoury snack which is healthy but at the same time tasty, quick and easy.

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I have created this awesome homemade roasted beetroot hummus recipe! It is a perfect thing to serve up with veggies or breadsticks to dip in and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Hummus is a good choice for a healthier lifestyle. Packed with the benefits of chickpeas and beets, this dip is both a guilt-free treat yet easy snack for entertaining guests!

Check out why beets are so good for you – superfoods: beetroot 101

 

I can’t stand raw garlic, so I always use caramelized garlic. It is super simple and is a really good cupboard ingredient. Just pop a garlic bulb in the oven while you are roasting the beetroots (+190°C/375°F). It takes about 45 minutes until the garlic turns golden brown. Just squeeze the cloves out, mash and store in a glass jar with some salt and olive oil.

 

You will need to add a good amount of lemon or lime juice, but you can always start with half of the amount and see if that is good for you.  Add more if you like to make it more ‘lemony’.
In case you haven’t heard about aquafaba: it is simply the chickpea cooking water to make the hummus very smooth.

 

 
Homemade Roasted Beetroot Hummus
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Homemade Roasted Beetroot Hummus – Recipe Card

5 more Hummus Ideas:
– pumpkin hummus
– pea and mint hummus
– carrot hummus
– avocado hummus
– parsnip hummus

 

Help me improve and leave me your constructive feedback!
xKat

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