Keto Cauliflower Hummus is a low-carb, paleo, vegan, and gluten-free dip, the perfect creamy cold dip for everyone!
This cauliflower hummus is a deliciously smooth, creamy cold dip for your next party platter. It makes a perfect cold dip for raw veggies, nachos, or to spread into sandwiches.
Cooking light and enjoying clean eating recipes has never been so easy! This dip is ready in less than 20 minutes, and you won’t miss the chickpeas!
My family is obsessed with hummus. Really! Did you see that fun movie ‘You Don’t mess with the Zohan’ where people dip anything into hummus? Well, that’s us. I think it’s getting worse since my husband turned vegan.
He swears by my simple hummus recipe with walnut oil. I agree that’s an awesome recipe. Each week, I am trying to surprise my family with a new hummus flavor.
They love my pesto chili hummus, but today, I wanted to surprise them A LOT with a chickpea-free hummus: a paleo cauliflower hummus recipe. Cauliflower is an amazing substitute for chickpeas in hummus. Really! Who would have thought? It makes the creamiest hummus ever.
All you need to make a creamy cauliflower hummus are the ingredients below:
What I love the most about cauliflower hummus is the fresh taste. Don’t get confused! It’s super thick, smooth, and creamy. But it has that delicious fresh vegetable taste that makes all the difference with chickpeas.
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And little confession here, this is way easier to digest, if you see what I mean. So give it a try, dip any veggie, chips or spread this into sandwiches. You won’t regret it!
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