Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Crudite #BoarsHeadHummus

This Boar’s Head Hummus is full of protein, fiber and heart healthy fat. 


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Every year I make myself a promise that I will not over extend myself and get stressed out this Advent Season.  Every year I generally put way to much on my plate and end up stressing out about how to possibly get everything done.

Not this year.

This year I am going to show you how to effortlessly create a elegant entertaining experience this holiday season.

Case in point, how many of you have been invited to a holiday potluck?  Most often, the host has the entrees and sides taken care of. Most of us are relegated to appetizer status.  Every year I end up making a appetizer that is sometimes time consuming and well, not always memorable.


What if I told you you could make an appetizer in less than a minute? Not only that, but one you can be proud of, one that looks like you worked very hard to make it.

I am talking about some chopped up veggies or crackers with Boar’s Head Hummus. Ditch the Ranch dip! Your vegetarian friends will rejoice over this Hummus and you will become a rock star in their eyes.  I do have lots of family members that are vegetarian. They have complained about the same old tired veggie tray with Ranch dressing that is served at almost every potluck.  This is a way to shake up your crudite platter in a very good way.


Boar’s Head Hummus is so rich and creamy friends will assume that you made it yourself and ask for the recipe.  Only you and I need to know that Boars Head has us covered. All you need to say is that it is a family secret and leave it at that.

Boar’s Head Hummus is truly Hummus to a higher standard, and with so may different flavors to choose from it is hard to pick just one. The quality and taste of Boar’s Head Hummus is second to none. I tend to lean towards the Traditional Hummus and the Roasted Red Pepper Hummus.  There are other flavors too such as Kalamata Olive Tapenade and Roasted Garlic, just to name a few. They have  nine flavors to choose from.

I love to put my Boar’s Head Hummus in a pretty white bowl, because it makes the hummus stand out. It also looks like I made it myself.

Just think, next year the host will ask you to bring that delicious Hummus,  and you will, making it a Advent tradition.

Visit the Boar’s Head webpage to see how Boar’s Head Hummus can help you create the perfect Holiday Spread.

One minute Roasted Red Pepper Crudite


1 container of Boars Head Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
4-6 medium pitas cut into wedges and baked
1/2 head broccoli
2 cups baby carrots
4 stalks celery cut into 4 inch pieces
2 cups grape tomatoes


Place the Boars Head Hummus in a decorative bowl and place in the middle of a oval platter. Arrange the vegetables around the platter. Serve at room temperature.

Peace be with you