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Lemon Turmeric Hummus

Ahhhh yes, I love lemons, if you haven't noticed. In Southern California, it seems it's always lemon season! As you walk around the streets of LA, take note of all the lemons on random trees. This is the time of year that the lemons are about to drop. Grab them while they are at their peak.

Lemons brighten any dish, and they are so good for you! Rich in Vitamin C, flavonoids, fiber, lemons are known to improve heart health, iron absorption, cancer prevention, skin health. They are also known to help prevent the formation of kidney stones.

I was with friends last night and was asked to bring a platter of veggies and some of my dips and spreads. The shining light was my lemony hummus. This recipe is super simple, and so good for you!

1 c navy beans (or your favorite white bean)

5 cloves garlic

2 T olive oil

1 jar muun chi Lemon Turmeric Chia Pudding

Put the beans, garlic and olive oil in a food processor. Blend til smooth. Add the 8 oz jar of Lemon Turmeric Chia Pudding. Season as you desire. Enjoy this probiotic/prebiotic treat with sliced veggies, or straight on its own. Bring it to a party, and people will love you. Have fun!

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