The words vegetarian, vegan, lactose intolerance, sesame allergy and celiac disease can give you a miniature heart attack and a head spin. Wether planning snacks for the local book club or just having the girls round, if yourself are struggling to create exciting foods or just want to eat clean. I have tried and tasted a few creations that will leave every guest smiling.
This wont be a typical recipe, for these snacks and deserts all you will need is a blender, a potato peeler, a freezer, a round loose cake tin and lots of guesstimation.
No stressing, no measuring, no baking, no cooking.
Don’t own a push up tin? You can take a leisurely walk to the local Tesco and pick one up for just £3.50. Fabulous, we are ready.
Refreshing avocado rolls with sesame free hummus
Chickpeas, paprika, cumin, cucumber, lemon, avocado, siriacha, olive oil, garlic and salt.
Get the blender ready. Drain and poor in a tin of chickpeas, crush or chop a piece of garlic
or two depending on taste. One big squeeze of lemon, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, a ”quarter of a teaspoon of cumin”? make it a shimmy shake of cumin and paprika to keep it interesting. Throw in a meme amount salt. You better be acting as sexily as ”Salt Bae” when doing this!
Blend it all up until creamy, put it in a fancy bowl and shimmy some extra paprika over for colour and bish bash bosh, sesame free hummus is ready to eat. Grab some carrot and celery sticks to dip. Well, if you like that?
If you are feeling adventurous, want to feel a bit fuller and you own an oven. Why not grab some sweet potatoes, cut into thin sticks, drizzle with oil, salt and pepper and throw them in the oven to have healthy homemade sweet potato fries to dip. Just to make it a tad bit more exciting.
Hummus down, time to get these sassy, refreshing avocado rolls started.
Honestly this is so quick and easy to make this might turn into your go to snack. Grab an avocado cut and de-nut, scoop out the green goodness into a bowl and mash it (this is a great way to get out any anger you have). Throw in another smaller amount of meme salt, paprika, pepper and a less tense squeeze of lemon. stir and leave to the side for now. Time to grab the cucumber. Cut length ways down the centre of the cucumber giving you two halves, now the fun bit. Grab the potato peeler and start slicing down the inside of the cucumber creating thin slices. Once you have a good amount of wide slices lay them down on a plate, grab a spoon and dollop a small amount of your mashed avocado at the end of your slices whilst spreading it half way up. Like a little spice? add a few dots of siriacha to give it a special kick, you are welcome to use fresh chilli.
Now the final step, starting at the avocado end, roll it up towards the end to create a wheel. Stand all the wheels up, sprinkle with paprika for colour and transfer them onto a clean plate. Voila! look how tasty, fancy and beautiful they look and so easy to make!
What to do with any left over cucumber? cut them in to sticks to dip them in to your hummus! sorted!