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Trim the root and stem off the beet, leaving the skin on. Wrap the beet completely in aluminum foil.

Roast at 400°F for one hour. Once the beet is cool enough to handle, rub the skin off and chop the beet into chunks.

Toast the walnuts on a dry baking sheet in a 350°F oven for 8-10 minutes, or in a skillet on medium-low until noticeably fragrant.

Put the chopped beet, garlic clove, and walnuts in the bowl of a food processor and pulse until chopped. Add the white beans, apple cider vinegar, olive oil, salt, and pepper. Process until smooth. Add an additional tablespoon or two of olive oil or water if the mixture is too thick.

To serve, put a heaping tablespoon of the beet hummus onto each mini pita. Use a spoon to make a small hollow in the center of the hummus to hold the Just Ranch. Top each with a dollop of Just Ranch. Finally, garnish each pita with discs of carrot and sprigs of fresh dill. Serve immediately.


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!


Beet Hummus Cups

Refreshing Party Beet Hummus Cups

Party Food. Need a FAST last minute idea for snacking or a beautiful bite to add to your next gathering or holiday party?? I got you!! With the decadence of so many party dishes it’s always nice to incorporate a little spark of something light and refreshing! These mini hummus cups are the perfect go-to bites to add to any entertaining menu! The best part is you can have these made in less than 15 minutes (not including homemade beet hummus time).

To get started and keeping things simple, I always like to prepare my beet hummus in advance. This allows time for the flavors to pop and shine! Typically, I roast a batch of beets a few days in advance reserving one medium beet for the hummus. I incorporate the other beets during the week into meals for Lillian and me. I am a huge fan of incorporating all ingredients I shop for during the week into as many dishes as possible. Waste not, want not!! If you love beets you can find our beet hummus recipe below!! Unfortunately, Jon and Darren are not beet fans. If you are like the boys in this family, no worries – you can substitute any hummus flavor here! You can even pick up a store- bought tub because we want to keep this simple!

After you have prepared or purchased your hummus, you want to fill it into a plastic bag and cut one of the corners off. This will allow you to pipe the hummus out of the bag into the cup. This is really just for visual appeal. The piping makes it look more uniformed, versus spooned in like a glob. Store-bought phyllo cups need to be baked and cooled before you pipe in the hummus. I will usually bake my cups a few hours in advance because they hold the crisp on the shell. However, DO NOT FILL WITH HUMMUS until you are ready to eat them or they will get soggy.

Remember, after you bake the cups and they cool completely, you can pipe hummus out of a bag (just snip one corner to pipe). Top filled cups with diced veggies like rainbow bell peppers and cucumbers. You can garnish with crumbled feta cheese or goat cheese and serve immediately after filling. These cups pair well with cold cocktails and friends!



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