1/4lb. Bacon Ends
1T Coconut Oil
1tsp Fresh Minced Garlic
a lil less than 1/4c Onions, chopped up
1 can Garbanzo Beans, drained
1c, or so, Swiss Chard (SPINACH CAN BE USED)
Swiss Chard Stems, cut up
Remove stems from Swiss Chard Leaves (We’re using all, so don’t toss). Set Leaves aside. Heat Oil in Skillet. Add in Bacon Ends and cook. Drain most of Grease, leaving behind a few Tablespoons worth. Add in Garlic and Onions, cook some (Don’t burn). Add in Chickpeas/Garbanzo Beans and Stems. Cook a bit, frying all up. Add in Swiss Chard Leaves and cook til soft. Eat.
1 can Garbanzo Beans (Chickpeas), drained
1/3c Kraft Olive Oil Vinaigrettes Roasted Red Pepper (Salad Dressing)
1/3c jar Sweet Roasted Bell Peppers (Preferably w/ Red in it. Optional)
1-2tsp 100% Peanut Butter *SEE NOTES for Options
1/4tsp – 1/2tsp Cumin
1/4tsp – 1/2tsp Garlic Powder
For Heat (Options, Pick One! I skipped): tTt’s xXx Seasoning, Cayenne, Louisiana Hot Sauce, Red Pepper Flakes
Blend all in Blender til desired smoothness. Serve as Dip, Topping, etc.
Notes: PEANUT BUTTER can be swapped for Fresh Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, Sesame Oil, Tahini… I have only tried 100% Pure Peanut Butter (Literally, the ingredients only say PEANUTS! That’s it!). Some like it sweet, maybe 1/4tsp Sugar can be added… But, I liked it as it was. Healthier, too!
Posted in Appetizers, Marinades, Sauces, & Spices, Recipes
Tagged chickpeas, dip, garbanzo beans, healthy, hummus, low calories, red peppers, topping
Healthier, and full of Fiber, snack!
1 can Garbanzo Beans (Aka Chickpeas), drained
Ranch Season Packet (Not entire)
Few splashes Red Wine Vinegar
Splash of Lemon Juice
Butter Spray (Or Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
Preheat oven to 425-450. Spray pan (Or using paper towel, rub lightly Olive Oil). Mix Chickpeas with good sprinkle of Ranch Powder, Chili Powder, Garlic Powder. Good Shake of Paprika. Then splash with Vinegar and Lemon Juice. Bake about 20minutes, shake halfway thro. Enjoy. Olive Oil may need shorter cooking time!
You can also use good sprinkles of ranch pkt. and taco season pkt. with vinegar and lemon. Cayenne Powder for spice. I’ve even used leftover BBQ Marinade Pkt. Etc. Another goodie is Sprinkle Ranch pkt. with Sprinkle Italian pkt. with sprinkle Parm. Cheese, and splash red wine vinegar! Yum!
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