Nan's English Muffin, Hummus, & Tomato Sandwich ( Ww )

Nan's English Muffin, Hummus,  & Tomato Sandwich ( Ww ) created by pattikay in L.A.

I started Weight Watchers again and wanted a filling breakfast or lunch. I made this up and love it so I thought I'd share. It's not really a recipe but a combo that is low in points. You could change the taste by adding spices like oregano, etc. on top for no points. The multigrain lite muffin from Thomas' is 1 point and it has 8 grams of fiber! It's so much healthier than what I usually eat! I am using the store bought Sabra brand garlic hummus from Costco and for 1 oz. (3 pts.) which is 2 tbsp. so I use only 1 for 1 1/2 pts. This is 2 1/2 points.

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ingredients

  • 1 light multi-grain English muffin, Thomas' brand Lite
  • 1 tomatoes, sliced
  • 1 tablespoon hummus
  • salt, to taste
  • pepper, to taste

directions

  • Split and toast the English muffin.
  • Spread the hummus on each half or the muffin and leave open-face (feels like more food that way).
  • Place tomato slices on top of the hummus.
  • Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
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"I started Weight Watchers again and wanted a filling breakfast or lunch. I made this up and love it so I thought I'd share. It's not really a recipe but a combo that is low in points. You could change the taste by adding spices like oregano, etc. on top for no points. The multigrain lite muffin from Thomas' is 1 point and it has 8 grams of fiber! It's so much healthier than what I usually eat! I am using the store bought Sabra brand garlic hummus from Costco and for 1 oz. (3 pts.) which is 2 tbsp. so I use only 1 for 1 1/2 pts. This is 2 1/2 points."
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  1. Maisy O.
    I love adding hummus to lots of things, and it gives so much flavor here. I found a hummus called Oasis brand that has fat free and the calorie count is very low, exp: anywhere from 11 calories for a black bean dip per 2 tabs to 22 or so calories per 2 tabs depending on which flavor. I think it is great. So I use two tablespoons here.I add an egg to this and even more veggies, mushroom, spinach etc. What ever is around. Good as written without egg too.
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  2. Maito
    A great lunch. I did add more hummus, since I wasn't counting points. Cucumber would be a nice crunchy addition to this.
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  3. UmmBinat
    I don't think bread is diet food but I am not weight watching. I made this as a snack but used organic brown rice cakes instead of an English muffin to be gluten free, I know the muffin would taste better. I may have used more hummus. I used plum tomatoes, sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. It was yummy!
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  4. UmmBinat
    I don't think bread is diet food but I am not weight watching. I made this as a snack but used organic brown rice cakes instead of an English muffin to be gluten free, I know the muffin would taste better. I may have used more hummus. I used plum tomatoes, sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. It was yummy!
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  5. Mandy
    Yum, a lovely simple lunch for me today, thanks!
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