Hummus is packed with plant-based protein, as well as good fats, fiber, vitamin B6, Manganese, Copper, Folate, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Zinc, Thiamin, and Potassium. This product is basically like a multivitamin.
Hummus is also known to prevent inflammation and is full of antioxidants. Its high fiber content is food for probiotics that helps with digestion and proper absorption of nutrients. Its low glycemic index makes it good for controlling our body sugar levels, as well. Chickpeas in hummus can also reduce bad cholesterol by up to 5% based on research. People who switched to hummus for snacking have also found themselves losing weight and getting a fitter body. Lastly, it is both gluten- and dairy-free.
Pesto – The pesto is fresh and made from scratch with basil leaves, pine nuts, and cashews added in. The pesto hummus can also be used to make pesto pasta and a salad dressing.
Tandoori – A nice Indian twist that is one of its bestsellers, Tandoori has a nice sour and spice kick with special spices to make you go from one jar to the next and the next. Best paired with Yummza Pita Chips.
Originally Awesome – This is the bare hummus; and in its naked state, it is also a big crowd favourite. The taste of real hummus is very well enjoyed in this one.
Balsamic Vinegar – A cult favourite, Balsamic Vinegar has a nice slight sweet taste to its sour that is a favourite for pasta and baguettes. Definitely a crowd pleaser
Sun Dried Tomato – Having little pieces of sundried tomato adds another level of depth to the flavor and texture of this hummus. Best eaten with chips or pasta. It is naturally creamy and healthy.
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