My family and I eat hummus as if it was necessary to survival! I’ve eaten many different variations of hummus, but I can’t say I have ever tried Peanut Butter Hummus. If you have never made hummus before, one of the key ingredients is a thick sesame seed paste called tahina.Due to tahina’s lack of availability in most common supermarkets, many people have been known to substitute it with creamy peanut butter. Incorporating peanut butter into hummus is out right blasphemy in typical Middle Eastern households, but I’ll try anything once and keep an open mind while doing so. If you guys are interested in trying this modern twist on a classic, check out HowSweetEats for the recipe!
Thanksgiving is coming up, and I am ready to start giving thanks! I am going to start by giving out some of these pumpkin puffs! If you wanna make these for your Thanksgiving feast, they are made with light corn syrup, white sugar, creamy peanut butter, white chocolate chips, Resse’s Puffs cereal, orange food coloring, pretzel sticks, and green gumdrops! O man, I want turkey and pumpkin pie in my face already! (Thx TGWAE)