Zucchini Hummus Wraps: #HummusMadeEasy

This post is sponsored by Arkansas Women Bloggers to promote Bush’s Hummus Made Easy. I received free product to sample for this review and am being compensated for my time. However, this all photos and ideas on this blog are my own.Hummus Made Easy

Hello May! It’s a busy month ahead with Kennedy’s high school graduation, summer plans to make for the kiddos, and several birthdays (including my own!). And with the warmer weather, I am in need of some fresh menu ideas for my family. My go-to soups and slower cooker dishes are too heavy for the hot Arkansas summer, so this month I’m going to try out some all-new-to-me recipes. Hopefully you will like them too.

Hummus Made EasyMy first recipe to share is Zucchini Hummus Wraps. I made the wraps for the first time today, and it was so fresh and delicious. The basis of this recipe is Bush’s Classic Hummus Made Easy and a can of Bush’s Garbanzo Beans. To make the hummus, you just rinse and drain the garbanzo beans and combine with the packet of Hummus Made Easy. You can do this in a blender, a food processor, or using an immersion blender like I did today.Hummus Made Easy

Zucchini Hummus Wraps (makes 2)

  • 1 zucchini, sliced
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 cup baby spinach
  • 2 slices cheese (your choice)
  • 2 large tortillas (flour or gluten-free, your choice)
  • 4 tablespoons Bush’s Hummus Made Easy
  1. Heat a skillet to medium-high heat.
  2. Remove the ends from the zucchini and Hummus Made Easyslice length wise into strips. Toss sliced zucchini in olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  3. Place sliced zucchini in hot skillet and let cook for 3 minutes, turn and cook for 2 more minutes.
  4. Set zucchini aside.Hummus Made Easy
  5. Place the tortillas one at a time in the hot skillet for approximately one minute, or just until a little crispy.
  6. Remove tortillas from skillet and assemble wraps: 2 tablespoons of hummus, one slice of cheese, zucchini slices, ½ cup baby spinach.
  7. Wrap tightly and enjoy immediately.

Recipe adapted from Maebells blog.

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I even impressed myself with this recipe! I can’t wait to see what other recipes I can make using this yummy hummus.

You can find this Bush’s Hummus Made Easy at Walmart on the canned beans aisle. Hummus Made EasyBush’s Classic Hummus Made Easy (the one I used for this recipe) is a perfect blend of olive oil, tahini, garlic, and lemon juice. There are two other flavors available: Bush’s Southwest Black Bean Hummus Made Easy and Bush’s Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Made Easy. I can’t wait to try them all!

Check out www.hummusmadeeasy.com for more information and up-to-date recipe inspirations. And stay tuned to my blog and social media this month for more recipes from me.

Come on, May! I’m ready for you.

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Today with great anticipation I received my first Plated box. Y’all know how much I love to cook, viagra so I think Plated was created just for me. They send you all the ingredients you need to make a chef-designed recipe — right down to a teaspoon of cumin, 2 garlic cloves, two chicken breasts, etc. — in an insulated box.

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photo 4(6)I ordered two servings of the beef & brussels sprouts stir-fry and two servings of the winter vegetable enchiladas. I made the enchiladas tonight.
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photo(349)The recipe was very easy to follow, and the results delicious! Thank you, Plated. Now I’m looking forward to cooking up tomorrow night’s dinner.

Creamy Southwest Chicken Soup


I love my pressure cooker! I got home at 5 p.m. tonight and knew that I needed dinner ready around 5:30 p.m. — Anthony needed to be at church for worship team practice at 6 p.m., look so I made this yummy recipe in the pressure cooker. I used a homemade taco seasoning recipe instead of the store-bought pre-packaged crap — I used an empty pill bottle to store the extra. The original soup recipe calls for cooking it a slow cooker. Instead I used my pressure cooker, and it was done in just 12 minutes on high.

Instead of tortilla chips, I lightly coated two whole wheat tortillas with olive oil and a sprinkle of cajun seasoning, then put them under the broiler until lightly crisp. Dinner was a hit! Anthony only had time for one bowl, but he said not to put it away — he’d eat more as soon as he got home. Now, that’s success.