Top Rated Hummus Recipes

Vegan Wrap
Wraps are a great, healthy lunch option, and can be made in less than five minutes.This recipe is courtesy of Ahead of Thyme.
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4.5
Seven Layer Bagel and Lox Dip
This seven layer dip puts a fun spin on an everything bagel with lox and cream cheese. The dish, which can serve six people, is great for brunch or summer get togethers. Recipe courtesy of Jason Goldstein, Chop Happy 
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4.5
Spread hummus on two slices of bread (either white or whole-grain) and sandwich a slice of pepper jack cheese, a few diced olives and a sprinkle of crumbled feta for a flavorful grilled cheese. 
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4.5
Sweet and Spicy Avocado Sliders
Perfect served as an appetizer or for lunch, these sweet and spicy avocado sliders are made with hummus, onion, avocado and cheddar cheese. Recipe courtesy of King's Hawaiian
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4.5
Crowd-pleasing appetizers combine to create a delicious grilled bruschetta.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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4.5
Cheesecake may not be the easiest dessert to make, but luckily this recipe turns the treat into a no-brainer. With three different layers — cherries, cheesecake and perfectly made crust — this dessert is perfect for adults and kids of all ages. Recipe courtesy of Choose Cherries
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4.5
Falafel
Burgers can be good for you: This super healthy version shows you how.This recipe is courtesy of Minimalist Baker.
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4.42857
Asian Mushroom Veggie Steak Burgers
With tangy Asian BBQ sauce, these delicious, gluten free and vegan mushroom burgers are a great meatless option. Marinating steak usually involves a lot of time, but that’s not the case here. The mushrooms just need a quick toss in the marinade and they’re ready to top the burger buns!Recipe courtesy of Cotter Crunch.
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4
Greek wrap
This wrap was inpspired by a desire to make a wrap with vegetarian protein that is also high in fiber. The result is a delicious Greek-inspired wrap that carnivores, omnivores and vegetarians together. 
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3.75
No-Tahini Hummus
Man, you want some hummus. You have the garbanzo beans (chickpeas), but you forgot to buy tahini, a central ingredient in most hummus recipes. You're out of luck. Right? Wrong, you don't need tahini to make great hummus. All you need is some quality olive oil and a food processor, and you're on your way to a creamy, delicious dip. Click here to see 6 Dip-Worthy Hummus Recipes.
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3.666665
Artichokes used to make this spread help the liver metabolize fat, flush the gall bladder, and cleanse the palate of excess mucus. The lemon used in the recipe awakens the pungent flavor in the body, detoxifies the lymphatic system, and provides vitamin C. Lastly, the olive oil is an anti-inflammatory that is rich in vitamin E and monounsaturated fats, which enhance colon health. 
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2.5