I have a hummus fetish. I want to put it on sandwiches, veggies, chips, naan, you name it! I got the three different flavored tubs of hummus from Costco a few weeks ago and am on the regular flavored one. I wanted to get creative with it so I thought I’d make a different version of ants on a log I saws on another blog (I’m sorry I can’t find the link to the blog right now). In my version I wanted sweet and salty so I combined hummus with pomegranate seeds. it sounds weird, but it allows you to get in your fruit, veggie, and protein in one quick snack!
pomegranate seeds from one pomegranate
1 stalk of celery
a package of plain hummus
1. Take the seeds out of the pomegranate. Be careful not to get them on your clothes as they can stain.
2. Cut off the ends of the celery stalks(right word?) and spread hummus on them. You can do this for however many stalks you want to eat and as much hummus as you like on your pieces of celery.
3. Pour the pomegranate seeds on the celery stalks. I think the key is to not overwhelm the celery with pomegranate seeds.