Vegetable Sticks: this is an obvious one and probably the healthiest and best way to eat hummus. Common choices are cucumber, carrot, celery, bell pepper and snap peas, but we highly recommend trying broccoli, cauliflower, radishes or cherry tomatoes dipped in hummus!
Pita or Pita Chips: both the fluffy and crispy version of this delicious bread works great for dipping into hummus; see how to easily make your own pita chips at home here.
Chips: store-bought or homemade ones like tortillas, veggie chips, bagel chips, potato chips or kale chips; check the label to make sure they are vegan!
Crackers & Pretzels: regular, thin or sticks can all be dipped into hummus and served with this creamy spread in a small bowl; try rice crackers or graham crackers if you haven’t already.
Bread: any type that’s hard enough to scoop some creamy hummus! Think strips of toast, naan, flatbread and toasted baguette.
Fruit: perhaps you’ve tried apple slices with hummus before, but what about pears, dates, melon, pineapple, dried apricots or berries? Some of these work for a savory hummus, others are better paired with sweet hummus recipes (more on them below).
Falafel or Beanballs: many legume-based patties or balls are great for some protein-on-protein snacking and dipping!