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Kimberly Gale's Banana Almond Hummus

Kimberly Gale's Banana Almond Hummus created by SweetySJD

Breakfast, snack use toasted bagals or pita chips.

Ready In:
20mins
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directions

  • In bowl cover dates in boiling water and allow to plump for 5 minutes. Drain, pit and chop coarsely.
  • IN blender [or food processor]: Combine all ingredients and processor until smooth. Add cinnamon to taste. The recipe called for a dash. Scrape down sides as needed.
  • Pour into serving bowl.
  • Garnish if desired with honey [do not use for non-Apian vegans or vegetarians] or other liquid sweetener and sprinkle with chopped toasted almonds.
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  1. SweetySJD
    Kimberly Gale's Banana Almond Hummus Created by SweetySJD
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  2. SweetySJD
    Great! I don't know what makes this hummus but it's sure good! I used peanut butter, the kind that's just ground up peanuts. I wouldn't want to use anything with extra sweetener as the dates and bananas provide plenty of sweetness. I think almond butter would be even better! I might also recommend putting the soy milk in last to get it the consistency you want, it was pretty thin with the 2 TBS. I ate this on toasted bagels. Yum!
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  3. That is Dr House to
    Breakfast, snack use toasted bagals or pita chips.
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