Keto Hummus – Cauliflower Hummus

Keto Hummus – Cauliflower Hummus


Hey, guys. Today on
Low Carb with Jennifer, we are going to be making keto hummus. So, today we’re going to
be making keto hummus. And usually, hummus is
made out of chickpeas, which are garbanzo beans that are boiled or canned or whatever. But a good alternative to that is steamed cauliflower, and I’m going to tell you right now, this is exactly like hummus. What makes hummus the
flavor that it is, is tahini and tahini is sesame-seed paste. So, right now, I’ve already steamed the cauliflower. I just bought the bags
of frozen cauliflower in the freezer section
at the grocery store, and I steamed them in the microwave. So, this is two bags, it’s about three cups
of cauliflower florets. So, we are going to add our
hummus ingredients into here. Our first ingredient is some olive oil, which is essential for delicious hummus. All of these ingredients are
essential for delicious hummus. Which, of course, would mean cumin. Ground cumin and ground garlic. But now, we’ve got to put in the tahini, which is, like I said
before, sesame-seed paste. It is what gives cauliflower… I mean, not cauliflower. It’s what gives hummus its flavor, along with lemon juice. So, I’m going to go ahead and start to pulse this. (whirring) I’m going to scrape down the sides. This is so easy and it tastes just like hummus. I’m also going to add in some water, and this just helps it smooth it out and bring it all together. It’s like the secret
ingredient for smooth hummus. Also, if you don’t have… Actually, a blender
would work really good, a high-speed blender like a Vitamix. I don’t have one of those here, so I have this Ninja food processor. It works good, but I think the Vitamix works better. (whirring) Scrape the sides again. I’m going to taste it. Needs salt. That is pretty smooth. For cauliflower hummus. So now, we can spoon it into a bowl. Okay, I’m going to spoon this into a bowl. Serve it up. This is so good served with… This makes a lot of hummus, by the way. And you can freeze it easily. But this is so good served with pork rinds or I like to eat it with pieces of salami. So good. Okay, let me put some olive oil on there. Isn’t that beautiful? And lookee here, I’ve got some pork rinds. Let me dip one in. Guys, you’ve got to check out this recipe. Oh. It’s so good, especially after it
sits in the refrigerator and the tahini firms back up, and it’s exactly like Trader Joe’s hummus. Guys, be sure you check out this video where I did a Trader Joe’s haul and I gave you four recipe ideas for lunch and meal prep. So, check that out and I will see you guys later. Bye.

Comments

(7 Comments)

  • Jennifer JES

    Thanks Jennifer, I love having dips. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

  • Judy Masters

    Look good…

  • Jules Moraes

    Looks good! Do you record your videos in a studio?

  • Barb S

    Hummus used to be an old favorite. When I went low carb i thought id just have to give it up. Thank you for sharing this! I can't wait to try it 🌞

  • Keto Twins

    This looks delicious! I’m sold! Cauliflower is so darn versatile! -Emily

  • Tammy McKenzie

    What brand of tahini do you recommend?

  • Rob Nix

    Now this is pod racing!

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