If there’s one snack that is a staple in our house, it would be hummus. We go through loads of the stuff every year. Lately, we’ve been getting more creative with it and experimenting with some fun appetizer and meal ideas. Sure, sometimes we lack gumption and just make pita chips or cut up veggies for dipping, but recently, we’ve been full of delicious ideas. And with the holiday’s upon us, new and creative ways of using popular staples, such as hummus, are always welcome.
Take this pizza for example; Sabra roasted red pepper hummus was used in place of tomato sauce and we topped it with homemade caramelized onions (which were deglazed with balsamic vinegar! Gah, so good), roasted red peppers, bacon and feta. You can use any kind of toppings you wish, but I highly suggest you give this combo a try. It is fantastic hot or cold, and can easily be modified into individual or appetizer sized pizzas. Mini hummus pizzas would make a divine addition to your holiday entertaining menu.
To help get you into the holiday spirit, and to give you a helping hand with your holiday entertaining, Sabra Dips + Culinary Cool are offing the chance to win $25 in Sabra Vouchers as well as a darling serving platter valued at $25.
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- Pizza Dough
- Hummus flavour of your choosing
- Toppings of your choosing - I used caramelized onions roasted red peppers and feta
- Preheat oven to 500 degrees F.
- Shape your dough as desired. Brush edges with oil to help them brown up.
- Spread hummus onto the dough and dress with your favourite toppings.
- Bake pizza for 10 minutes.
- Best served warm, but equally fabulous once cooled down.
Nutritional calculation was provided by WP Recipe Maker and is an estimation only. For special diets or medical issues please use your preferred calculator
This post is sponsored by Sabra Dips Canada. Total value of giveaway is $50.