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Healthy Hummus Dip Appetizer

December 24, 2011
by
LAURYN

Healthy Christmas appetizers with black olives and Meyer lemons

My odd food obsession? Meyer lemons. Ask anyone who knows me well- lemon complements everything I eat [ or drink ]. I use it on homemade pizza, quinoa pasta, hummus, all different kinds of berries, vegetables, pumpkin bread, &/or soup. Not only is one of the most versatile, low-calorie fruits, the acidic fruit turns alkaline after it is metabolizes in the body. This hummus & stuffed jalapeño olive appetizer is an easy side dish that is entirely Christmas-appropiate & contains all-natural ingredients.

Quick Skinny Tip: lime turns to acid; ask for a lemon in your cocktail[s] as opposed to a lime! Lemon lovvvveeee!!!

Healthy Christmas appetizers with black olives and Meyer lemons

Healthy Christmas appetizers with black olives and Meyer lemons

Healthy Christmas appetizers with black olives and Meyer lemons

Healthy Christmas appetizers with black olives and Meyer lemons

 

Healthy Hummus Dip Christmas Appetizer 

* Appropriate for a party-sized soirée

2 Tribe classic containers of hummus [ all-natural ingredients + it’s full of protein ]

1 can of black stuffed jalapeños olives [ make sure it’s a can; the olives in glass holders contain way too much sodium ]

1 Meyer lemon, sliced

Brown rice chips

2 bulbs of Endive lettuce

+ Directions: Place all hummus in a bowl. Add 6 squeezes of lemon. Top with jalapeños stuffed olives. Peel Endive bulb and cut each piece in half. Place Endive lettuce pieces and a handful of brown rice chips around bowl. This is a delicious skinny appetizer that everyone will adore!

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  5. Renee

    This looks so good! I’m obsessed with hummus, so this is definitely one I will try. I’ve also never had brown rice chips? I’ll have to pay a little visit to Whole Foods soon and pick some up :)

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