Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Recipe + Tips for Getting More Fiber Into Your Family’s Diet

This simple and delicious recipe for Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus is a sponsored post with Bush’s Beans. It incorporates some of my favorite flavors, plus it’s a great way to get some fiber into your diet.

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Recipe

Who talks about fiber? Well, we do around here because fiber is super important to our family’s health. I like to get as much fiber into my family’s diet as possible and here is how we do it. Fiber is what helps keep your body running smoothly. Here are a few things you can do to get more fiber in their systems, plus some tips for healthier living.

Tips for Getting More Fiber Into Your Family’s Diet

1. Drink lots of water – While it is nice having juice from time to time, water is what’s best for your body. In fact, water is what keeps your body’s system moving. Try to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. You’ll thank yourself for this. Taking care of your body helps you have more energy and live a healthier life.

2. Get moving, when you can – Sitting on the couch and relaxing can feel amazing. However, moving around can help your system get moving. If you have trouble “going” – try getting up and moving. Sometimes it just takes a few walks around the neighborhood.

3. Eat foods high in fiber – Have you ever wondered which foods are good for fiber intake? We eat a lot of beans around here, but there are other foods you can eat to up your fiber intake. Any kind of bean is good for this, but items like chia seeds, popcorn, almonds pears, peas, avocados, and even broccoli are good foods to try out in the fiber department.

4. Up your bean intake – Beans are so good for your heart, but they’re good for your digestive system too. We always have some variety of Bush’s Beans on hand that we purchase at Walmart, but one of our favorites are Garbanzo beans. You can keep your family healthy, happy, and full by feeding them beans from the Bush Brothers.

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Recipe

Just think, they are quick and easy and you can use them in a variety of meals. What I love most about getting my family’s fiber in this way is that it’s an inexpensive way. The Bush Brothers have a bean for every recipe, which makes me happy!

Are you looking for a new recipe to try? Make sure you check out my recipe I’m sharing with you. Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus is amazing and something you need to make for your family right now. They won’t even realize you’re trying to get more fiber into their system.

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Recipe

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus


1 Can Bush’s Garbanzo Beans
1/2 Cup Heavy Cream
1/4 Cup Sun Dried Tomatoes
2 Tablespoons Lemon Juice
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Italian Seasoning


1. In a food processor, combine all of your ingredients except 1 Tablespoon of olive oil. Mix well until a nice, thick, and creamy mixture appears. You may need to stop, stir and scrape down sides of processor bowl several times.

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Recipe

2. Once it is at the correct consistency, spoon into a bowl and drizzle the rest of your olive oil over the top. Garnish with some sun-dried tomatoes if desired.

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Tips

  • For smoother hummus remove the skins of each chickpea before placing in the food processor.
  • Leftover hummus can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.

How do you get more fiber into your family’s diet? Don’t forget to purchase your favorite Bush Beans at your local Walmart!

Sun Dried Tomato Italian Hummus Recipe

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