Pea & mint hummus crackers

Upping your fibre intake and plant diversity doesn’t need to be time consuming or tasteless! Homemade dips are a fridge essential for me - they’re seriously underrated especially if you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, anything you can just blend and go is a winner.

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Pea & Mint Hummus Crackers
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For the hummus

200g chickpeas, drained & rinsed 100g peas, defrosted 1 tbsp tahini Juice of 1 lemon 1 tbsp olive oil A small bunch of fresh mint leaves (4g) A pinch of salt and pepper to taste

For the toppers

1 fresh tomato, sliced A few basil leaves A sprinkle of mixed seeds


Ryvita multigrain crunchy rye breads with rye, buckwheat, brown linseed and sesame seeds


Step 1

Simply blitz all the hummus ingredients together in a blender with a splash of water until smooth. Spread onto your rye breads and top with slices of tomato, basil leaves and some mixed seeds for an extra fibre crunch. And enjoy. ...or just dip the hummus straight from the bowl!

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