Banana Bread Hummus

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Before you click the X on the right hand of your screen, I have to tell you.  It’s delicious!

Over the weekend, I made this cucumber dill hummus for my friend’s wedding shower.  I then was showing my mom all of the excellent flavors of hummus on Pinterest.    When we were driving home yesterday, and I started thinking up new hummus flavors.

I figured that this sweet hummus would taste good.  Last year, I made Peanut Butter Hummus that turned out wonderfully.

I used many of the same ingredients that I used in my Flourless Banana Bread.

Walnuts

Bananas

Vanilla and Cinnamon.

This hummus tasted exactly like banana bread but only took five minutes to prepare.

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Also, instead of using olive oil, like in regular hummus.  I used coconut oil to make it creamy.

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And what do you dip in banana bread hummus?

Graham Crackers

Apple Slices

Pretzels

Animal Crackers.

I dipped teeny gingersnap cookies.

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Banana Bread Hummus 

Ingredients 

One can of chickpeas, rinsed and drained

Two tablespoons of coconut oil

Two semi-ripe bananas

3/4 cup of walnuts

One teaspoon of cinnamon

One teaspoon of no alcohol vanilla  ( trader joes)

Method:  Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor and serve.   If it isn’t creamy enough for you, you might want to add more coconut oil

This hummus turned out great.  Kids loved it.  I will be making this again when I want banana bread and don’t feel like baking.

Banana Walnut Bread Hummus

 

14 Comments

  1. This is such a smart idea!! I love anything banana-bread flavored. Pinned: 🙂

     
  2. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    What a great idea this is. I have never had a flavored hummus like this, but I can’t wait to try it.

     
  3. I’ve had some unusual hummus before but I must say, this is the most unique one I have ever seen. Very creative!

     
  4. Mmm I bet that flavor is perfect. With some apple slices, this would be so awesome. We’d love snacking on it!

     
  5. This sounds and looks yummy! A must try for every one!

     
  6. This looks amazing!

     
  7. Ok I was a little scared when I saw this title but that looks amazing!

     
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  10. What a great idea! Love it and will be trying it!!

     
  11. its delicious!! How long Is it good for?

     
  12. I can’t have walnuts. Are they necessary for the texture or can they be left out? If they are necessary, any non-nIt suggestions?

     
    • You could try without it. Although it may not quite seem like a ” bread”. Are there any other nuts you can have?

       

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