I strive to eat veggies at every meal, but typically, time works against me. I’m not great at meal prepping, though I should be. Dinners are always planned out ahead of time with the husband before he goes grocery shopping, but lunch as a work at home mom is tricky. “Mindful eating” is not my friend during lunchtime chaos. I usually do whatever I can to get the kids fed and the littlest down for a nap. By the time I get to eat, I want to shovel something crunchy and processed in my mouth and be done with it.
Enter the 7 Minute Supermom Saute. It’s fast, filled with superfoods, and helps me to perform as a supermom. Food is mood. I need my adrenals to be fully functioning throughout the afternoon.
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For some reason, hummus was one of those things that always seemed waaaay more complicated to make than it actually is. So while I call this “hummus for dummies,” it’s really more like “hummus for lazies,” because if you can scroll Facebook or Instagram stories all day, you can find 5 minutes to put this together.
The reason I finally caved and started making my own has nothing to do with money, but everything to do with ingredients. Most store-bought hummus is made with soybean or canola oil, which are HORRIBLE for you. I wanted to be able to control the ingredients I put in so that I could offer it as a healthy snack option for my kids without worrying about my boys developing man boobs (it’s true).
All it takes is a food processor and a few ingredients. Continue reading “Hummus for Dummies”