Hello my loves and happy weekend!

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I’m sure I am not the only one who is super excited for the week to be over. I feel like this week kind of dragged on. Usually my weeks drag on or they fly by. Never a happy medium. But such is life right?

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Well I have been promising this for a very long time and finally got my butt in gear!

I think we all know I am crazy addicted to sweet.

I mean my consumption of jelly is ridiculous. And fruit has to be my most favorite thing in the world. Any fruit. I’m not picky.

Ok I’m not a huge honeydew fan, but any other melon you can throw my way!

So when I discovered sweet dessert hummus’? Um. Jackpot. I was in love.

And since I eat so many banana’s I could turn into one when I saw a recipe for banana bread hummus. Cha-Ching. It was quickly made. Consumed. Made again.

Since I’ve started making it though, I think I’ve definitely simplified it and catered it to my own tastes, to where it’s not really the original recipe I made.

But I will say I love experimenting with it.

Remember when I made Chocolate Banana Bread Hummus? Oh my that was amazing.

But I thought I would share with you my staple go to recipe for when I make it. It can easily be tweaked to your liking, but here is what I do.

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Banana Bread Hummus


1 15oz can chickpeas (drained and rinsed)

1 medium – large size ripe banana

1 tbsp vanilla

1/2 tsp almond extract (key ingredient if you ask me)

approx 1/2 tbsp cinnamon (more or less to your taste)

approx 1/2 tbsp raw agave (or maple syrup or sweetener of your choice)

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Pour chickpeas into food processor.

Add banana.

Sprinkle cinnamon.

Add vanilla and almond extract.

Little drizzle drizzle of agave (or your sweetener of choice)

Blend until hummus reaches your desired consistency.

(I like mine really creamy)

And you’re done!

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Bowl it. Dip your finger in it. Spoon it. Put it on a cracker. Demolish it.

Then repeat.

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This stuff does not last long in my house. I love it.

Maybe too much.

But then again, I am turning yellow and starting to peel.

(wow lame attempt at a joke)

Just a hint. This goes great on english muffins with no surprise. Jelly.

Trader Joes Fig Butter (♥) and Chobani greek yogurt on one half. Blueberry jam and banana bread hummus on the other.

Sweet and delicious.

I hope you all enjoy it!

(Click here for original recipe)

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Have you ever had a dessert hummus?

What is your favorite kind of hummus? Link me some recipes!

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