These bright and fresh hummus flatbread pizzas are perfect for entertaining but healthy enough for a quick snack or light meal.
You guys already know how much I love hummus. We eat it by the tub on a weekly basis and I’m guessing you do, too. But have you ever tried cooking with hummus and enjoying it as more than just a quick and healthy snack?
Recently I did just that by using hummus as a pizza topping on this riff on a traditional Middle Eastern fattoush salad. The end result was out of this world and so much fun to eat. Each bite full of bright flavors, creamy feta and zesty za’atar was the perfect complement to the smooth and creamy Sabra hummus.
Ideal for feeding a crowd during the big game, this appetizer is practically no-cook and is completely versatile. Don’t have classic hummus on hand? Try it with roasted red pepper or toasted pine nut. Want to give it more of a Greek spin? Toss in sliced kalamata olives and sprinkle with oregano.
The options are endless, just be sure to make extras. These delicious hummus flatbread pizzas won’t last long. At least not in my house.
No forks required.
Hummus Flatbread Pizzas with Fattoush and Feta
- 1 large whole wheat flatbreads or pita rounds
- 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil (divided)
- ½ cup Sabra Classic hummus
- 1 roma tomato (seeded and diced)
- ½ cup diced English cucumber
- 2 tablespoons minced parsley
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon za’atar
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- ¼ cup crumbled feta cheese
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees and place flat bread or pita rounds on a baking sheet. Brush the top of each with one tablespoon of the olive oil. Bake until golden brown and slightly crispy, about 7-9 minutes.
- Spread the top of each with equal parts of the hummus.
- In a medium bowl, toss together the fattoush salad: tomato through salt. Spoon equal parts of the salad mixture evenly on top of the hummus.
- Sprinkle with crumbled feta and slice into triangles to serve.
I’m pretty sure that I have all of these ingredients on hand right now – I think this will be lunch tomorrow!
Umm I think it needs to be girl!!! Now that I know you have za’atar!!!
I am totally in love with this idea. To me, hummus is a food group!
Dude Hummus IS a food group!!
Hummus on a naan with veggies is one of my favorite lunches! This is the kind of Super Bowl snacking I can get behind!
I feel like I would like your super bowl party Dara!!
Lovely recipe!! I’ve never used za’atar, so yes I’ve never made fattoush, but it sounds so yummy and healthy, definitely gonna try it. Also, hummus pizzas is the best idea! I love how you always put a Mediterranean twist on your dishes, super healthy and delish.
I hope you love it Brenda! Thank you so much – I appreciate that!!
I’ve actually had hummus pizza on my to-make-list for FOREVER, so this is really appealing to me right now. Just can’t go wrong with hummus no matter what!
Honestly I don’t know why I don’t make it for the kids every night!! So dang good!
Wow, this is right up my alley! I love anything that involves hummus and pita.
You and me both Michelle!!
My favorite kind of pizza!!! I love hummus on my pizza, my favorite is shrimp, hummus, roasted red pepper and artichokes!!
Ooo that sounds amazing Sam!
I would like that right now please!
Make it!! Takes 10 minutes!!
I’m at work right now, but I will definitely add it to the rotation.
I hope you love it!
Looks so amazing, Liz!
Thank you so much Cassidy!! My boys loved it!
Love this easy pizza method! Not having to make pizza dough = food in my face faster. I’m all for that!
No kidding- I’m all about not having to make dough – haha!
I kid you not, I was thinking of making something like this with hummus…because you know, pizza. These look incredible and exactly what I would want to eat while watching the Super Bowl. So fresh!!!
You are the pizza queen!!!! I bet it would have been amazing!! I wish we could eat them together!