Easy Blender Cilantro Lime White Bean Hummus

Easy Blender Cilantro Lime White Bean Hummus. This easy hummus recipe is made with white beans, fresh cilantro and lime juice, chipotle peppers, tahini paste and garlic. Ingredients are blended in a blender or food processor. Vegan friendly.

Easy Blender Cilantro Lime White Bean Hummus. Smooth and creamy, packed with fresh flavors!

Easy Blender Cilantro Lime White Bean Hummus

I’m a girl who likes to snack on hummus.

Smooth, creamy bean dip flavored with fresh ingredients like cilantro and limes is always sure to satisfy my 3pm snack cravings.

Easy blender cilantro lime white bean hummus is easy to make at home. No chopping veggies. Minimal cleanup. If you’re like me and you don’t own a large food processor, your blender will save the day!

You  may think of chickpeas when you think of hummus. But I’m going to change your thought process on that. I made my hummus with white beans. Using white beans results in a smoother, milder hummus. It’s perfect for those who don’t like chickpeas. Ken doesn’t like chickpeas. One time he said “I do not like those things” after I showed him a can of chickpeas. But he liked my cilantro lime white bean hummus.

I like my hummus packed with fresh flavors. Cilantro, lime and chipotle are a few of my most favorite flavors to use in salsa and marinades. Since I love those flavors so much, I decided to make a white bean hummus with them. I packed this hummus full of cilantro, lime juice, garlic and chipotle pepper in adobo sauce. The chipotle pepper lends a tiny bit of heat, for those who love a little kick of heat in their dips. If you’re not a fan of heat, you can omit it.

I used gluten free rice and almond crackers for dipping. But you can use your favorite chip, cracker or veggie for dipping. Or you can eat it straight from the bowl with a spoon.

Cilantro Lime White Bean Hummus
 
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Smooth and creamy white bean hummus is packed with the fresh flavors of lime, cilantro and chipotle pepper. This hummus is perfect for those who don't like chickpeas. The flavor is mellow and the texture is smooth and creamy. Made in one blender or large food processor. No chopping veggies.
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Recipe type: appetizer
Serves: 4 servings
Ingredients
  • 1 15.8 oz can of reduced sodium northern beans, drained and rinsed
  • ¼ C tahini paste
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • ¼ C fresh lime juice (about 2 small limes)
  • ½ chipotle pepper in adobo sauce, seeds removed
  • 2 cloves of garlic, peeled
  • ¼ C fresh cilantro leaves
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients into your blender or a large food processor. Pulsate a couple of times and then blend on medium speed until smooth.
  2. Store covered in a refrigerator for up to 1 week.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: ¼ C Calories: 210 Fat: 10g Carbohydrates: 23g Sugar: 1g Sodium: 252mg Protein: 9g

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  1. says

    I’m such a hummus addict so I’m loving this, Julie! I actually just bought a white bean hummus this weekend, but your homemade version looks so much better! I love the addition of cilantro, too!

  2. says

    Julie, this hummus is right up my alley! I love the addition of the cilantro, reminds me of guac, which I love too!

  3. says

    What an awesome idea to use white beans and cilantro & lime – my fave! We do like chick peas a lot but this is a great new way to do hummus. Yum. And we use our blender ALL the time for stuff like this. Love. Pinning!!

  4. says

    I got a new food processor and I have been obsessed with making my own hummus!! Love love the lim and cilantro combo here. I am sure it’s addicting. Just pass the pita chips now ;)

    • says

      A new food processor is on my list of things to buy but I cannot find one I want! So the blender will do for now. And pita chips on the way! ;)

  5. Susan says

    I’m very much a traditionalist about hummus, having learned to make it from a Lebanese boyfriend many years ago. However, this one sounds well worth making, too.

  6. says

    Oh, my goodness … these photos are really making me want some of this hummus … now!
    I am such a ‘naughty’ snacker, mostly because I don’t have healthy enough snacks in the house. I really should make a big batch of hummus!
    Love this version with the mild beans and zingy lime and chipotle!

    • says

      I try not to buy the naughty snacks because then I will eat them all the time. Although, I will totally dig into a jar of peanut butter and eat it by the spoonful. ;)

    • says

      Yeah! No vegetable chopping is what I dream about whenever I make anything. It doesn’t happen often but I’m so glad I can make this hummus so easily and without having to worry about chopping veggies! Thanks so much for stopping by and for the pin too, Meggan!

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