recipe: easiest hummus dip ever

All I can be is me: Broken and Bohemian. You just never know what you’re gonna get.

Hello again. It’s been too long. I’ve been saving up all my swirling thoughts and trying to come up with something earth shattering to blog about. But let’s be honest, sometimes you just need an appetizer on the quick to take to a get together even if you have a head full of thoughts and a heart full of feelings that you just. can’t. seem. to. navigate. 

So, let’s just jump right back in with something fresh and tasty. This is the ultimate ‘fake it til you make it’ recipe. And people go crazy over it.

Start with a tub of store brand hummus and smear it around in a serving dish/platter/bowl.
 Then, peel, seed and chop up a cucumber into a small dice. I peeled this regular ol’ big cuke, but have since discovered the lovely english cucumber which has a more delicate peel… the peel color would be prettier in this in my very professional opinion. Just do whatever you want. I’m not the boss of you.

Sprinkle the cucumber over the hummus. Chop up a red onion extra small. Or skip this altogether depending on what your onion mood is that day. If you’re feeling oniony, then sprinkle the onion over the hummus too.

Next chop up some fresh tomatoes. I like grape tomatoes because they taste good and summery all year round. Sprinkle those on top of the other stuff, then sprinkle some feta on top of it all. Lots of sprinkling going on today.

Last but not least, top it all off with some chopped olives. When I was a little girl, my Great Aunt Rhea used to send me cans of black olives for my birthday. I still love them and their delicious cousin the Kalamata.












Easiest Hummus Dip Ever
serves 12-15 people as an appetizer

1 large tub store bought hummus
1 cucumber, peeled, seeded and small diced
1/4 c. finely chopped red onion
1/2 pint chopped grape tomatoes
4 oz. crumbled feta cheese
8-10 kalamata olives, chopped
Pita Chips or crackers for serving (I like Triscuit Thin Crisps)

Spread the Hummus in a serving dish or platter. Top with all chopped veggies and feta. Serve with Pita Chips or crackers.


3 responses to “recipe: easiest hummus dip ever

  1. YUM!!! This looks delicious – will definitely have to try it. Have never heard the story of Aunt Rhea sending you a can of black olives every year! I am not a fan of black olives, but do like green and kalamata. Hope all is well with the H’s! xoxo

  2. Tricka-Chiante'

    i think i love you. seriously craaacking up about Aunt Rhea and the can of olives. you ARE fannie flagg. i heart the broken bohemian.

  3. mmmmmm…. i do love this. i could eat it all day and night

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