Cheap n’ Easy No Oil Hummus [Vegan Recipe]

No Oil Vegan Hummus Recipe

Hey Love Bees! šŸ

For the longest time, I could never understand why people are so passionate about hummus.
 
To me, it tasted bland and dry, with a horrible pasty texture. šŸ˜ My mum, on the other hand, loved it, and would regularly buy ready-made hummus from the store.
 
She ate that stuff like there was no tomorrow – which quickly became a problem, as those tiny pots they sell at the supermarket are just not designed for hummusexuals!!
 
Eventually, in an attempt to satisfy her appetite for hummus, I picked up some cheap, dried chickpeas and decided to try making some from scratch. (I love to cook for my mama!šŸ’•) 
 
At the time, I wasn’t planning to eat any of it myself, but as I was making it I had a small taste, and found that I actually really liked it!
 
Since that day I’ve been making (and enjoying) homemade hummus regularly – and the great thing is that it’s not only cheaper to make at home, but I can also choose what I want to put in it.
 
This means that I can adjust it to suit my tastes, and can avoid adding any nasties such as oil, preservatives, colourings, or excessive amounts of salt.
 
 
Nutritionally, this delicious vegan hummus is a great source of vitamin C, B vitamins, protein and calcium. It also contains other essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, zinc and selenium.
 
I really hope you enjoy my recipe for this simple, yet delicious hummus! šŸ’œ
 
Cheap n' Easy No Oil Hummus
A simple vegan hummus recipe that contains no added oil or preservatives. This recipe makes around 550g of hummus.
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Total Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. 2.5 Cups Well-Cooked Chickpeas
  2. 7 Tbsp Lemon Juice
  3. 4 Tbsp Tahini (I like to choose a brand with no added oil)
  4. 1/2 Tsp Garlic Granules
  5. Pinch of Salt to taste (For this recipe I usually use 1/16th to 1/8th of a Tsp)
Instructions
  1. Put the well-cooked, drained chickpeas into your food processor.
  2. Add the lemon juice, tahini, garlic granules and salt.
  3. Blitz until smooth and enjoy!
Notes
  1. This delicious vegan hummus can last up to a week in the fridge. šŸ™‚
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18 Comments

18 Comments on Cheap n’ Easy No Oil Hummus [Vegan Recipe]

  1. Looks yummy. I have made my own hummus also and prefer it to store bought.

  2. My husband sometimes makes hummus and I really love eating it. I’m pleased you’ve shared this recipe so that I can surprise him and make it – he’d be very impressed!

  3. I have never had hummus in my life… But a lot of my friends swear by it. Might have to try this recipe!

    • Ohh! I’d love to know how you like it! šŸ™‚ My mum didn’t try it until she was 70, now she can’t believe how she was missing out! (it’s literally her favourite thing ever! Hehe!) šŸ˜€ xx

  4. Helen says:

    I’ve only tried shop bought humous and really didn’t like it! I’ll will have to try your recipe to see if I like it any better.

  5. Jessica says:

    I am guilty of buying store bought hummus. I really need to try to make my own. I’m always scared to. I will try this recipe. It looks simple and delicious. I love hummus a lot.

  6. shelley says:

    That looks so delicious, lobe Hummus and definitely wanna try this out!

  7. Kirsty says:

    Looks tasty but I don’t like hummus!

  8. Tamsin says:

    I love hummus! Definitely going to try out your recipe mmmm!

  9. Rebecca Smith says:

    I’ll definitely need to give this a go, homemade hummus is so much better than shop bought

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