A Lunchtime Hummus Delight!

Day after day we think about what to make for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Every day, over and over again. It’s so easy to get stuck in a rut eating the same foods, or eating something that isn’t all that exciting. That’s when it’s nice to change things up and try something different. This comes together so quickly, with just a few ingredients, and it couldn’t be better (or more refreshing)!

The above image serves 2. One whole wheat pita each (mine heated between wet paper towels in the microwave about 15 seconds, and Fred’s just as it is). Start by spreading hummus in the bottom of a container – I made it a few hours early and then popped it in the fridge to keep it cold, so I used a glass storage container. See the list below. I start with the HUMMUS (at the bottom of the list and at the bottom of the container):

{TOP of serving dish}

  • Ground pepper
  • Drizzle of olive oil
  • Feta, about 1-2 tablespoons
  • English Cucumber (about a 4″ section, seeded), chopped small
  • Grape tomatoes (about 8), chopped small
  • HUMMUS (base layer)

{BOTTOM of serving dish}

I heat a piece of whole wheat pita bread, wrapped in damp paper towel and heat in microwave 30 seconds. Then cut into pieces with scissors. I keep the warm pieces wrapped. Simply spread a bit of the hummus creation on top of the pita and enjoy!

What a delightful (and quick!) lunch this is. And it keeps you full for quite a while. We’ll usually have a small handful of nuts later in the day, and then dinner. ✨Done!✨ It’s nice to have one meal that you don’t have to put much thought into!

Hope you enjoy…

👩‍💻 Until next time…

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