Want a quick, lazy breakfast for the weekend and feel like devouring something savoury? This sun-dried tomato hummus toast with asparagus will certainly hit the spot!
I know I’m not the only one that feels this way when I say that most mornings I have no clue what I want to eat. Some days the thought of porridge makes me want to gag, but other mornings that’s what I’m craving. I find that I have a super sensitive gut and need to be careful about what I eat first thing.
Skipping breakfast works at times, just having a herbal tea or something similar. But other days I’m so hungry I could devour a big breakfast with the lot! With this recipe, I found a happy medium.
It’s filling, creamy, and full of flavour. You can batch make the hummus to have it sitting in the fridge if you don’t have the time to make a fresh batch.
What else can you have the hummus with?
This sun-dried tomato hummus recipe will actually serve 3ish people, so if you make breakfast for yourself, this can be a staple in the fridge for breakfast or as a snack. The other vegetables you can try making it with instead of asparagus are:
- Grilled zucchini (courgette)
- Grilled eggplant (aubergine)
- Green beans
- Roasted bell peppers (capsicum)
The hummus can also have some variations. You can add roasted pumpkin, or beetroot to it instead of the semi sun-dried tomatoes. Herbs and microgreens are also always a great way to get more nutrients.
The options are honestly endless! Or if you feel like keeping it ultra-simple, omit any flavour and just keep it as a traditional hummus!
Any suggestions of how you like to have it, add it in the comments below.
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Can I make this without a food processor?
If you have a good-quality blender, you should be able to use that. You might just need a little bit of water to get it going.
I would recommend that you use a food processor as the results will be much nicer. There are so many delicious things you can make using a food processor. I honestly couldn’t live without mine. I use it at least 3-4 times a week and love it for salads, making patties like these ones and desserts (mostly raw ones).