Sweet hummus can be used as a dip for fruit, spread on crackers, used to frost cakes or just eat with a spoon! Desert hummus tastes nothing like normal hummus but retains the two main ingredients chickpeas and sesame seeds.
Sweet Hummus Recipes
If you love normal hummus you have to try these dessert hummus recipes! You'll love how great these high plant protein hummus recipes taste. They're all loaded with fibre, healthy fats and nutrition.
Carrot cake hummus is made from a blend of spices that perfectly complement sweet carrots and creamy chickpeas. Sweetened naturally without any refined sugar and loaded in nutrition. This dessert hummus has no added oil and is suitable for whole food healthy diets as it just contains whole plant based ingredients.
Avocado and chocolate work so well together to give healthy desserts a really amazing taste and texture. Nobody will know there is avocado in this sweet chocolate dessert unless they know it's there. If making this chocolate hummus for someone skeptical just don't tell them of the avocados existence and they won't know.
Strawberry cheesecake hummus is a decadent dip that is free of any dairy or cheese and uses cashews instead. You'll either love or hate the look of this but if you like hummus and cheese cakes you have to try this healthy dessert hummus recipe!
Sweet hummus made with cocoa, natural sweeteners and beetroot to have a light chocolate sweet creamy flavour. No dye is used in this recipe it gets its natural pink colour just from beetroot.
All of these homemade non-savoury hummus recuipes are oil free. Traditional hummus often has a lot of oil added, this is olive oil if it’s a premium brand but most have lots of cheap vegetable oil. I don’t add any oil to these dessert hummus recipes as they contain enough natural raw fats from avocado nuts and seeds.