1. Yep – Mother’s bad breath at church sounds about right! My mom’s was a combo of coffee and cigarettes. I’m sure I gave her the same grossed out look your daughter gave you!

    And yes, I use my slow cooker every week – especially in the Spring when sporting events take us late into the evening.

    1. Sara Tetreault

      Kirsten! That is a great story…gotta love the look of a teenage daughter :) Love the slow cooker for sports nights! We have the biggest batch of pasta salad in our refrigerator for that exact reason…quick dinners (or breakfasts!) that are hearty on sports nights. Thank you…

  2. Roz Graham

    How did you know I was looking for a tasty not bland hummus recipe!!! Thanks

    1. Sara Tetreault

      Roz! So glad…please let me know how it turns out for you! Thanks for leaving a comment.

  3. I would have never thought to freeze hummus. glad to know it freezes well.

    1. Sara Tetreault

      Yep, in fact I just took some out of the freezer last night…along with a big container of ranger cookies :)

  4. This sounds delicious. I’m so happy you can freeze it too! It makes life easier when you can make something once and save some for later.

    1. Sara Tetreault

      Heidi, I totally agree…I always make something to freeze when cooking or baking. It keeps us from going out to eat or running to the grocery store. The only item I don’t freeze are fresh eggs in the shell. You have to crack those into a container, first. Not that I’m freezing eggs! Our chickens don’t produce enough eggs and sometimes I have to wait to bake until they get busy 😉

  5. Oh yum! don’t know how I missed this post – I will have to give this a try! I am sure your breath wasn’t that bad, Sara. She is a teenager after all and they do have superpowers for identifying anything that might be even remotely embarassing!

    1. Sara Tetreault

      So true, Annie! Although, my breath was bad but thank you for trying to convince me otherwise :)

  6. We love hummus, we really do and it’s so darn useful to have a vat of, in the fridge! Try adding roasted red pepper occasionally, it tastes very good! Thank so much Sara for popping by our Seasonal Celebration Sunday linky party- so happy to see you link up, you’re one of my faves:-) x

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    1. Sam, I try and freeze anything! The hummus will have a thicker look to the texture so make sure to stir it well once it has thawed. I thaw it on the counter top after taking out of the freezer. Set on a cloth because moisture will come off. Enjoy!

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