I absolutely love hummus and my favorite kind is one I can get here which has sweet potato in it, I don’t buy it too often as I can’t often find it stocked, but when I do, I just have to treat myself to some.
So today I made myself a quick and yummy lunch
2oz/60g of whole wheat bread – 1 HEa
serving of Roasted Sweet Potato Hummus
some raw carrot sticks (but you can use any raw veggies you like really, celery of cucumber is great too).
Olive Oil Frylight or Pam Spray
Portion up some hummus and you raw veggie sticks.
Preheat oven to 190c of 375f
Toast the slices of bread in the toaster, but don’t over toast it, you want it still a bit soft, as it will toast more in the oven.
Cut in half diagonally and then using a bread knife, slice through each slice inbetween the toasted outside, so that you now have 6 slices of bread instead of 2. Which ends up lasting much longer than the one slice of bread you started out with 🙂
Spray a baking try with some Olive Oil Frylight or Pam Spray, then spray over the top of the bread, place in the oven and bake until crisp. Keep an eye on them though as they brown quickly.
Serve up with you hummus and raw veggie sticks.
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