Roasted Squash Hummus

Roasted Squash Hummus - a quick tasty hummus using kabocha squash //

Guess what, we (in the UK) are into British Summer Time. Longer evenings, alfresco dinners and sunshine! The online downside to this is winter veg will be out of season. I thought I’d make the most of these last wonderful squashes that are around, and whizz up this roasted squash hummus. Dips are my go to, I like to make sure there’s always a pot of some variation of hummus in the fridge. Ready and waiting for when I get in from work and need something stat, ready to dollop on my packed lunch to give me some energy through the day.

Charlie has gone away to Austria for 2 weeks, and I am feeling a little lazy with my eating habits. I made a big batch of this roasted squash hummus last week, it’s been spread on toasted sourdough for dinner at least three times since then. But hey, still veggies in my belly! This recipe is vegan and gluten-free too! Quick dinners mean more sofa and chills with my cats, anyone else talk to their pets more often than they’d like to admit…no? Just me then…..

Roasted Squash Hummus - a quick tasty hummus using kabocha squash //

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17 thoughts on “Roasted Squash Hummus

  1. I’m the same whenever Kevin is away – make a big batch of something, and live on it for a week!

    Kabocha is really expensive here (8 euros for a tiddly one), so I use butternut squash for hummus, which comes out divine, so I imagine that yours is just as gorgeous!

    What is the bread (or are they crackers?) in the top photo? Looks deelish!

    1. Yes normally it is here too, but for some reasons at the supermarket last week it was cheaper than butternut 🙂 €8 a pop is pricey!
      They’re actually little vegan sausage rolls hehe.

  2. I love hummus and make several kinds like Tuscan Hummus made with cannellini beans. But, using roasted squash sounds so yummy and very different too! Thanks for sharing…

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