This dark chocolate hummus recipe taste like chocolate brownie batter. It is easy to make and serve with so many delicious dippers.
Next time you have a chocolate craving reach for this delicious dip.
Your sweet tooth will thank you.
What is in chocolate hummus?
Chocolate hummus is made up of simple ingredients including garbanzo beans, sugar, vanilla extract and unsweetened cocoa powder.
It doesn’t taste like regular hummus.
You can’t taste the base of chickpeas at all.
In fact, it taste more like delicious brownie batter hummus.
With this creamy dip, you can get your chocolate fix without the guilt.
My husband was skeptical. He really did not accept the fact that a creamy dark chocolate hummus would taste just as delicious as his favorite dessert.
With a rich chocolate flavor, this dessert hummus pairs deliciously with so many of your favorite things.
This dessert dip is delicious with your favorite fruit, like fresh strawberries, or simple honey flavored graham crackers.
Add it to ice cream or spread it on pita bread. It’s a delicious snack!
This tasty sweet hummus is high in protein and fiber and low in sugar and fat.
Make this healthy dessert hummus from scratch using the recipe card below or pick up a container of store-bought chocolate hummus.
My local grocery store carries Boar’s Head dark chocolate hummus and it has a wonderful chocolatey flavor.
What to eat with dark chocolate dessert hummus
The options are endless. Try these delicious ideas:
Just about any fruit is delicious with chocolate hummus.
Enjoy a sweet snack after school or as a reward for being a member of the clean plate club.
Just make sure the crackers you select are sturdy enough to hold this great dip.
Check out the bakery section as well as the cracker aisle for lots of options.
- Pita chips
- Baked crackers
- Graham crackers
- Animal crackers
- Wheat thin crackers
- Saltine crackers
- Graham goldfish
Pick up an angel food or pound cake. Just be sure to cut the cake into small pieces or bite sized portions.
Use chocolate brownie hummus instead of frosting. Or cut brownies into small squares before dipping into the hummus.
The options are endless. Just take a walk down the cookie aisle of your local grocery store and choose what suits your fancy. There is really no wrong choice.
- Biscoff cookies
- Shortbread cookies
- Butter cookies
- Caramelized crisps
- Vanilla wafers
- Ginger snaps
- Oreo thins
- Nutter butter cookies
- Waffle cookies
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Sugar cookies
Garnish a charcuterie board with this sweet dip and your favorite flavored or plain nuts.
Check the bakery section or bread aisle for your favorite selections.
I like to use naan or mini bagels for a healthy snack or another way to start the morning.
Freeze dried and dried fruits make a sturdy dipper for this desert hummus.
Check the bulk food section of your grocery store for lots of different flavors and options.
- Coconut chips
- Pineapple chips
- Banana chips
- Plantain chips
- Mango chips
- Apple rings
- Dried apricots
- Citrus peels
For sweet and salty options, you have so many choices.
Don’t forget about the non-traditional types of snacks available in the chip as well as organic section of your local grocer.
- Apple straws
- Churro puffs
- Terra vegetable chips
- Kettle popcorn chips
- Apple chips
- Kettle potato chips
- Rice cakes or crisps
Because everything tastes better with bacon.
Grab a box of glazed donuts for an easy dipping option.
Top a graham cracker with this brownie batter hummus and a marshmallow for a s’mores treat.
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65 Easy Things to Eat with Dark Chocolate Hummus
- 1 15 ounce can chickpeas rinsed and drained
- 4 tablespoons cocoa powder unsweetened
- 2 tablespoons nut butter
- 1/4 cup maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons milk
- Add all ingredients to a food processor and pulse until smooth. Scrape down the sides of the bowl if needed.
- Add an additional tablespoon of milk if needed for the desired consistency and smoothness.
- Transfer the dessert spread to a bowl.
- Garnish with mini chocolate chips or a strawberry and serve with your favorite dippers.
- Store any leftover hummus in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4-5 days.
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