Indulge in a Mediterranean-inspired hummus that is both raw and vegan. Using zucchini as the base, this is a dip you’ll never forget.
Get out your favorite post-cleanse crackers because this pumpkin seed hummus is exactly what you’ve been craving.
Whip up a batch of this healthy homemade hummus and enjoy a smooth, creamy dip that bursts with hints of cumin and garlic.
Indulge in this ultra creamy and slightly spicy dip once you finish cleansing. Even though it is quick and easy to make, it is oh so delicious.
Tired of dipping carrots in hummus? You don’t have to anymore! Roll up your hummus in cucumber slices for a raw appetizer or entree.
If you’ve been to the grocery store recently, chances are that you’ve seen pumpkins. Grab a small one next time and make this awesome dip.
You can’t go wrong with cucumber, dill, and chickpeas. There isn’t much to say about this except, “Ready your carrot sticks for dipping!”
Whether you are looking for a raw spread or a filling dip, this hummus can satisfy your cravings. Try it out & let us know how you like it.
What are you making for your holiday meal? If you need a seasonal appetizer to set the meal off right, this cranberry hummus is the ticket!
This isn’t your average dip. The flavors in this hummus are un-beet-ably delicious and you’ll find yourself coming back for more, one dip at a time.
You don’t have to buy tahini at the store any more! This recipe is so easy to make and you can flavor it to your liking!
While this isn’t a Full Body Cleanse approved dish, it is a vegan dip that will change up your dip game. Make it and you’ll never regret it.
This southwestern take on a traditional hummus recipe uses black beans instead of chickpeas. Get ready for the spice when eating this dip!
Dip, dip hooray because it’s International Hummus Day! You can do hummus so many different ways, so here are some of our favorite recipes.