Everyone will be excited to eat their veggies when you bring this Holiday Hummus Vegetable Platter to the party featuring Boar’s Head Hummus!
Are you a big hummus fan like I am? It’s fantastic with fresh or roasted vegetables, chips or crackers, crusty bread…I could go on and on! I even like it in salads.
But I admit that I have never been talented at making my own hummus. I have tried countless recipes, but they never live up to my expectations. The flavor is okay, but I can’t seem to get the texture right. Have you ever experienced this?
That’s why I was so excited to discover Boar’s Head Hummus. This hummus tastes exactly like what I enjoy in Mediterranean restaurants. It’s so smooth and creamy. There’s not a trace of grittiness. I don’t know how they do it!
And the flavors are amazing!
Check them out here:
Which flavors are you most excited to try?
This holiday season I decided that instead of bringing the usual plate of hummus and veggies to parties, I would dress it up a little. You can make any shape you like, such as a wreath, menorah, or Christmas tree. But I’m particularly fond of making a Christmas ornament because it’s cute and so incredibly easy!
Let’s make a Holiday Hummus Vegetable Platter!
Holiday Hummus Vegetable Platter
- 1 container Boar's Head Hummus (I used Traditional)
- assorted vegetables (baby carrots, green bell pepper, grape tomatoes, black olives, etc.)
Spread some hummus on a round plate.
Add rows of vegetables in alternating colors.
Add a square piece of bell pepper and a curved strip to make the top of the ornament.
Refrigerate until ready to serve and enjoy!
And don’t get rid of your vegetable scraps and leftover hummus. You can enjoy them as a snack anytime!
Have you ever tried Boar’s Head Hummus? What’s your favorite way to enjoy hummus? Please let me know in the comments!
You may also enjoy this Hummus Salad Bowl.
And for another easy holiday appetizer, check out this Christmas Tree Cheese Platter.
Don’t forget to pin this recipe for later!
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