Now that school has started, I definitely have more of a schedule. It’s good – I’m practicing more and getting more done, but I’m definitely a lot more tired when I come home! I’m looking forward to doing lots of performing and lots of prep-work for auditions next year!
Hummus. AKA the world’s best snack. So a bit of history was made with this – Charlie does not like ethnic foods, generally. He loves Japanese, but aside from that hates Indian, Thai, anything spicy. Charlie loved the hummus. I even came home and he was eating hummus and pita chips in front of football. Wut.
This is literally the easiest thing to make ever. And the best tasting hummus – SO creamy and delicious! You just put ingredients in a blender, make it look pretty, and serve. Hope you decide to try it – it’s a great appetizer if you’re having company over 🙂
TIME: 10 minutes
16 oz can chickpeas + liquid
juice from 1 lemon
1/3 cup tahini
1 garlic clove
3 Tbsp olive oil
fresh vegetables, cut in bite-size pieces
Combine chickpeas, lemon juice, tahini, garlic clove, and olive oil in a food processor for 1 minute. Garnish with drizzled olive oil and serve with fresh vegetables and/or pita chips.
Hope y’all enjoy!
original recipe here