Tribe Origins line of all-natural hummus keeps the fun in dipping vegetables without any of the guilt. I tried Tribe Origins four flavors for my review of their all-natural hummus line: classic, spicy red pepper, tomato and veggie and zesty spice and garlic.
Tribe Origins hummus spicy red pepper, tomato and veggie and zesty spice and garlic are all topped with special ingredients on top – sort of like the icing on a cake; while the classic hummus is pure unadulterated creamy, smooth hummus made with chickpeas. The toppings actually funnel their way to the bottom of the clear plastic container – so I may be better using an analogy of a chocolate lava cake!
Tribe Mediterranean Foods manufactures the Tribe Origins line of humus which is a great snack for vegans and anyone. It’s also perfect for people on the Sonoma Diet as well as the Eat, Love, Pray diet since the humus with flavorful toppings allow you the experience of savoring food in an almost spiritual way.
I love eating fresh raw vegetables, but I’m not always in the mood for a yogurt-based dip. The Tribe Origins line of hummus is perfect for parties because of the beautiful toppings and the attractive see-through containers.
Here’s what you need to know about the line of vegan Tribe Origins Hummus and the four different flavors:
No. 1: Tribe Origins Hummus Classic flavor: The classic flavor contains chickpeas, tahini which is ground sesame. They use canola oil and garlic powder which gives it that classic taste in my opinion. The classic flavor has 70 calories in 2 T, 6 grams of fat which is great for people like me on a moderate-fat diet. It has 1 gram of fiber and no sugar! You should be able to get 11 servings out of one container.
No. 2: Tribe Origins Hummus Tomato and Veggie: The tomato and veggie would be simply delightful with flax seed crackers or a tomato basil flavored cracker as well as raw carrots, broccoli and green peppers. The Tomato and Veggie also contains 70 calories in 2 T and 6 grams of fat. The dried carrots and dried red peppers – which are part of the topping — give it a lovely crunch.
No. 3: Tribe Origins Hummus Zesty Spice and Garlic: The zesty spice and garlic is probably my favorite – although I love the variety. It also has 70 calories in 2 T and 6 grams of fat. The garlic is definitely noticeable but not too overpowering. I love to pair it with carrots, red peppers, zucchini, cucumber and herb flax crackers.
No. 4: Tribe Origins Hummus Spicy Red Pepper: The spicy red pepper is so good; I enjoyed eating it by spoonfuls out of the container. I loved the red chili peppers, spices and garlic in the spicy red pepper flavor that also has 70 calories but only 5 grams of fat. I highly recommend getting a combination of the milder flavors and the spicy red pepper when entertaining guests.
It’s important to note the hummus is perishable. It’s best used within 7 days after opening so plan accordingly. Also, make sure to watch the expiration date and keep refrigerated.
If you aren’t used to eating chickpeas, they are a great source of fiber. The tahini made from sesame seeds provides calcium. Tribe Origins Hummus gets a thumbs up in my book for taste, texture and nutrition.
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