Greek Layered Hummus
If you want a quick and delicious snack, this Greek Layered Hummus is perfect! With the help of premade hummus, this snack comes together quickly and is full of flavor!
GREEK LAYERED HUMMUS
I was out to dinner with my husband, we had already eaten the appetizer and were waiting for the main course. My husband noticed I had a sad look on my face.
“What’s wrong?” he said.
“Nothing. I just get bummed when the appetizer is gone. It’s my favorite part.”
The truth is that I could easily just eat appetizers and dessert for the rest of my life and be a happy person. It’s July. You know what that means? Summer is almost over.
Okay, it’s really just the middle of summer but it’s almost mid-July which is almost the end of July, which means it’s almost August and August is the end of summer. The end of August to be exact.
So yeah. Now I’m bummed. If summer were a meal…June would be the appetizer, July the entree, and August the dessert. And the appetizer is over. Wan, wan, waaaaan.
And I know healthy recipes don’t come along often around here, but since it’s swimsuit season, I thought I would share this recipe (if you can call it that) for Greek Layered Hummus.
My friend Katie made something like this for girls night and I wanted to eat the whole thing. Something about hummus, feta, tomato, onion, and cucumber.
I could eat it all day and not get sick of it.
Greek Hummus Dip
If you want a quick and delicious snack, this Greek Layered Hummus is perfect! With the help of pre-made hummus, this snack comes together quickly and is full of flavor!
- 16 ounces hummus
- 2 tablespoons Kalamata olives, halved
- ½ cucumber, seeded and diced½ tomato, seeded and diced
- 1 tablespoon diced red onion
- 2 tablespoons feta
- Pita wedges, cucumber slices, or celery
- Spread hummus into a shallow dish. Sprinkle with olives,cucumbers, tomatoes, onion,and feta. Serve with pita wedges,cucumber slices, or celery. NOTES: All amounts are approximate and can be adjusted to taste.
Inspired from my friend Katie