It’s officially the holiday season so I had to share this Cheesy Hummus Baked Holiday Dip (5 minutes, Vegan) ASAP because it was SO tasty. And bonus, even easier to make! If you like savoury foods like I do, then you’ve gotta try this vegan Christmas appetizer for your next holiday get together!
Cheesy Vegan Hummus Baked Holiday Dip Description
This Easy Cheesy Hummus Baked Holiday Dip is Creamy hummus, baked with dairy-free cheese, and sourdough croutons for dipping. Believe it or not, this recipe takes 5 minutes to make using a mix of easy to find store bought ingredients! Of course, feel free to use any hummus recipe you like (I recommend trying out this recipe for buffalo whipped feta hummus). If you aren’t convinced yet, let’s get into how this easy vegan hummus dip appetizer is made. Coincidentally, Christmas is around the corner so you can get to your next holiday get together as the most popular one there!
How do you make Cheesy Baked Holiday Dip (Vegan)
Can you bake store bought hummus?
YES! That is the whole idea of this recipe. If you want to save some time during the holidays, make sure to try this This Easy Cheesy Hummus Baked Holiday Dip. As has been noted, you most certainly can feel free to make your own flavored hummus if you prefer homemade hummus. However the use of this store bought garlic hummus makes for an incredible holiday appetizer you don’t want to pass up.
How is cheesy vegan baked hummus prepared?
Firstly, you need the starting ingredient. As previously discussed, for this to be a five minute recipe you will need your favorite store bought hummus and vegan cheese shreds. I opted for roasted garlic hummus but any blend of flavor will elevate the dish. At any rate, whatever flavors you choose to put in the baking dish it is sure to be the most addictive Christmas appetizer you make all holiday season.
Next, we simply need to incorporate all of the savory ingredients into an oven safe bowl or dish. Pile the hummus in with a mountain of plant-based cheese. I Recommend topping the dish with a drizzle of olive oil, salt, paprika, fresh or dried basil and parsley. Alternatively, you can also mix in some red onions, black pepper, spinach or other vegetables. I personally have tried chopped cherry tomatoes and bell peppers hummus to elevate the dish.
comparatively If you choose to make your own hummus, simply blend all the vegan and gluten-free ingredients in a food processor before placing in the oven to bake.
How long do you bake cheesy baked Holiday hummus dip?
because this serving size isn’t huge, and the hummus is already made. A simple 3-5 minute broil in the oven is plenty of time to get that even layer of vegan cheese golden brown.
FAQ for Easy Cheesy Hummus Baked Holiday Dip
Can hummus be heated?
YES! Follow the instructions below for how to heat hummus in the oven.
How long can hummus be stored?
check the best before date on the package of hummus for details on fridge storage instructions. However if you’re making your own hummus, it should last in the fridge up to three weeks.
Is hummus high in sodium?
I recommend using MyFitnessPal for updated accurate information regarding sodium, calories, protein, carbohydrates and sugar.
What can I add to hummus for more flavor?
Hummus is easily combined with aromatic flavors such as fresh minced garlic, basil, chives, red pepper and red onion. Many combinations exist to elevate hummus as a side dish. Refer to recipe below for This Easy Cheesy Hummus Baked Holiday Dip recipe.
Is it OK to eat hummus every day?
YES! At least in my experience. Seek professionals regarding the true recommended amount, but if you love hummus, eat it!
What other recipes are like this Easy Cheesy Hummus Baked Holiday Dip?
Try making this Buffalo whipped feta hummus or this Vegan or this whipped feta with sticky date almonds are hot maple drizzle.Print
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