Mint Humus: WIth a Bite to it!

Mint Humus: With a Bite to it!

by Sandy,
Southern Oregon

Reluctant Entertainers Blog

When my niece Lisa took a bunch of mint from our garden to plant in hers, I was inspired to try something new.

I’m cooking with Bush’s Beans more these days, and coming up with healthier snacks. And I experimented and came up with a zesty new humus!

Bush’s Beans Mint Humus

1 can Bush’s Garbanzo Beans

3/4 cup olive oil

1/2 cup chopped fresh mint

3-5 garlic cloves

1/4 chopped red onion

3 caps full of Rice Vinegar

Few sprinkles of Stevia


White Pepper

Snip fresh mint from the garden.

Drain the beans.

Add the pressed garlic and other ingredients.

Including chopped mint.

Blend in Cuisinart.

Pour into a serving dish. Serve with crackers or fresh veggies.

I love the “bite” that this dip has!

Do you make your own humus, or do you prefer to buy it? And do you cook with Garbanzo Beans?

(I’m excited that I’ve entered into a paid, formal partnership with Bush’s Beans and the post above represents part of that agreement.)

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