This post was sponsored by Sabra Hummus. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
I’m excited to be partnering with Sabra Hummus today to bring you this awesome how-to. Building a veggie board is easier than you think. Especially when you have summer veggies readily available.
I’m super lucky to live in a city where there is a farmer’s market every day of the week. Literally…every day. And I try to take advantage of that as often as I can. But even if you can’t make it out to the farmer’s market, you can always shop what is in season.
And when you a build a veggie board, it should represent the season. That is why my board is filled with tomatoes (a summer must-have), peppers, and carrots.
Is anyone else as obsessed with purple carrots as me? There is just something awesome about eating a carrot that tastes like a carrot, but looks totally different.
And in true San Diego fashion, I had to grill some of my veggies. I think putting grilled veggies on your board spices things up and adds another layer of texture. Even if you don’t have a grill, just throw them in the oven with a little bit of olive oil and char them under the broiler.
Now onto the hummus.
I am a hummus fiend. And one of the main reasons I love Sabra is because it comes in so many flavors AND you can literally buy it anywhere. When I am traveling, it is one of my go-to buys in the airport and at the grocery store in my destination city. Again, that stuff is everywhere.
I obviously opted for their Supremely Spicy flavor – because I love all things spicy. But, I also love the Roasted Pine Nut and Roasted Red Pepper flavors.
So let’s break down the elements of a perfect veggie hummus board:
- Sabra hummus, obviously.
- Fresh, seasonal veggies.
See, told you it was easy.
How to Build a Veggie Hummus Board
How to build a veggie hummus board - it is easier than you think when you have in season veggies and pre-made hummus at hand.
- Sabra Hummus
- 1 cup cherry tomatoes
- 6 small peppers raw or grilled
- 1 bunch green onions grilled
- 4 large carrots sliced
- 4 radishes thinly sliced
If you are grilling any of your veggies, toss them in olive oil and place them on a hot grill until charred on both sides. If you don't have a grill, you can spread oiled veggies on a baking sheet and place them in the oven on broil untiled charred.
Slice remaining veggies into bite-sized pieces and arrange on a wood board or platter.
Serve veggies with Sabra hummus - the flavor is up to you.
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