This roasted butternut squash hummus is a seasonal take on your favorite chickpea dip. Made with the sweet, fall-favorite butternut squash, this hummus recipe is a wonderful dish to enjoy any day of the week this season.
If you’ve made homemade hummus before, then you know that it’s a pretty easy dish to create. The blender (or food processor) does much of the work in most hummus recipes.
Traditionally, chickpeas make up the majority of a hummus recipe. In this roasted butternut squash hummus, however, butternut squash makes an equal contribution to the body of this recipe.
To keep things just as simple as a traditional hummus recipe, we recommend using already peeled and cubed butternut squash from the store. If you’ve prepped butternut squash on your own before, you know it can require a little bit of an arm workout as it’s a tough fruit (or vegetable, depending on how you want to categorize it).
For extra flavor and garnish, you can follow the recipe below by creating the crispy sage topping for the hummus. This is optional and can be skipped if you’re short on time, but we highly recommend including it if you can.
We also think this roasted butternut squash hummus makes for a fantastic appetizer for your next holiday party. Serve this dip with some crispy pita chips for a healthy party bite your guests will love.
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