A fresh start to the week and a fresh recipe! Ok, well I mean fresh as in flavor because this is one of those recipes I’ve had tucked away and haven’t found the time to post until now. I really like this recipe because you can easily swap out the protein with chicken or tofu and keep everything else the same and it will still be delicious! This recipe can easily be made for dinner one night and pack the leftovers for lunch the next day. Since I made this recipe for Austin Woman, I even included tips for a kid-friendly version. If only lunch box recipes were this cool back in the day!
Doesn’t this hummus just jump out and make you wanna dive in?! Ok good, glad I’m not the only one. Bright, colorful and upBEET, this bowl is just begging to be added to your spring soiree table. I love a good pop of color on any table but this is one is especially fun. It’s so easy, just roast some beets and add them into your hummus. I topped it with some one my favorite extras, hello feta, and you can mix and match with your favorites too.
I have been so excited to be writing for Austin Woman the past few months! It is seriously so much fun coming up with recipes and getting to take gorgeous photos! There is always some sort of challenge for me like cooking with all CSA or farmers market vegetables or keeping things super simple with a blender soup. For the month of June, I had to get three recipes, with two servings each, all for under $20! I have to admit, I used to be on a tight budget in grad school so I knew a thing or two about stretching a dollar. I am happy to report that these recipes are all super tasty, easy to make and best of all they are great for one person to make and take leftovers for lunch the next day or great for two roommates or a couple! Be sure to tag me if you make these recipes!