Ho ho ho, Healthy Claus here to stuff your stockings full of fresh veggies, red tortilla chips and hummus so gear up! Get those cauliflower florets out–it’s Santa Hummus Dip time.
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What better way to celebrate the season then to create this ultra easy-to-make dip for your next holiday party? Let’s be real, with all the cookies, cakes, and chocolate you are going to endure this season (read: already are enduring…and no judgment), you at least need a few dishes that are not only festive but still good for you. Heck, whip it up for lunch, eat the dang Santa Hummus Dip in private, and laughter like a a ridiculous child as you pop each cauliflower whisker hair into your mouth. Just like I did today.
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Make this Christmas party fun and festive with a homemade Santa Hummus Dip! Full of hummus, fresh veggies and tortillas chips, your party guests are sure to be impressed with this ho-ho-wholesome snack!Print
Santa Hummus Dip
- Prep Time: 20 mins
- Total Time: 20 mins
- Yield: 1 Party Dip 1x
- Category: Holiday-Themed
This recipe is very flexible and easy to accommodate according to how many people you are feeding. You can double this recipe if needed, simply tailor to what you need.
- 1 container hummus (or use homemade)
- 2 c. cauliflower florets
- red tortilla chips
- 2 cucumber slices
- 2 black olive slices
- 1 mini red bell pepper, bottom sliced
- Place the hummus on the plate first.
- Layer with the cauliflower beard.
- Layer with beet chips Santa hat.
- Create the face from the sliced olive and bell pepper.
- Serving Size: 1/4 c.
- Calories: 110
- Sugar: 0.8g
- Sodium: 235g
- Fat: 6g
- Carbohydrates: 10g
- Fiber: 5g
- Protein: 6g
It almost seems silly to include a recipe for this just because it’s simply about layering the red tortilla chips, cauliflower florets and veggie face on top of the hummus. Feel free to use more or less than I suggest, it’s really up to how many people you are feeding Here’s to making the Santa’s Nice List this year…
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You seriously have the cutest ideas. I am totally bringing this to Christmas lunch!
Cara, thanks for the awesome recipe. Love that it’s a savory, non sugary treat….and so cute! I for one would love to see more anti candida type recipes here, as I’m working to remove sugar from my diet. Thanks again and Happy Holidays!
You got it Sam. Thank you so much for your comment! xo
i love you. that is all.
Yay, I love you too!
Sam @ PancakeWarriors
This is so cute! Thanks for the fun idea!