It’s a true holiday miracle when you finally figure out a dish that pleases everyone at your holiday parties. But—dare we hope?—this chocolate hummus just might do the trick. (If you’re one of those people who allegedly “doesn’t like chocolate,” I truly don’t want to hear it.)
Lauren Kirchmaier, the plant-based blogger behind Flora & Vino, recently shared a recipe that only requires five ingredients—oil and refined sugar didn’t make the list. Kirchmaier blends up chickpeas, raw cacao powder for a dose of chocolate, Medjool dates for natural sweetness, and tahini and almond milk for the creamy texture. In under 15 minutes, it’s ready to devour.
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Guys, I need to complain. I can’t get used to the time change!!! 🙆♀️ All I want when that 2:30 feeling hits is CHOCOLATE 🍫. LOTS OF IT. Bars, bits, pieces, whatever I can find. 😂 If you’re going to indulge like me, let’s at least make it this DATE-SWEETENED DARK CHOCOLATE HUMMUS with @baresnacks apple chips, yes? 🍎 Oil free, packed with protein, and perfectly sweet with zero added sugar!!! ☺️ Also this would be the perfect lazy girl (or boy) thanksgiving slash holiday spread for the whole fam! You know where to find the deets! Link. In. Profile. Baby. 😎 . . . http://www.floraandvino.com/date-sweetened-dark-chocolate-hummus-apple-chips/ . . . #floraandvino #desserthummus #refinedsugarfree #vegansnack
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“A spoonful of it really kicks those chocolate cravings while providing protein from chickpeas,” Kirchmaier writes of the sweet-meets-savory dip. “Enjoy it with fresh fruit, spread it onto crackers or toast, use it in oatmeal or on pancakes, or eat it by the spoonful.” To which I say: What is this “or”? I vote for spreading it on toast and using it in oatmeal and eating it by the spoonful…
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