Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Hummus Melts with Food for Life Gluten Free English Muffins


Hummus Melts are a quick snack or “meal”on a busy weeknight. Mike was not thrilled by this meal idea as I picked up the ingredients at the store, so I made them one evening when he was gone. To my surprise, it was hearty meal that filled me up and satisfied my taste buds. An even bigger surprise was Mike’s reaction when I made them again a week later for lunch.

Lauren: “Do you want to try the rest of my hummus melt?”

Mike: “No.”

Lauren: “Just try a bite. You can’t say that you don’t like it until you try it.”

Mike: “Ok.” He takes his first bite as I prepare to hear him complain. To my surprise he says, “Wow. That’s good. That’s really good.” He finishes the melt and gives me the thumbs up, “That’s amazing.”


I used Food for life Gluten Free Brown Rice English Muffins – which taste As Good As Gluten (aka like a regular gluten English Muffins). While the recipe calls for homemade hummus and I’ve made Homemade Hummus
before, I now live near an Aldi (side note, is anyone else an Aldi shopper? I’m amazed at their quality selection at low prices – definitely exceeded my pre-conceived notions). They have a good-priced, great tasting hummus. So, I used store-bought hummus for this recipe.


Click here for recipe from {never} homemaker


Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. It's a product I bought, loved, and wanted to share with you!

1 comments:

Dumbledore1953 said...

My local gluten free store went out of business, and I could no longer find my beloved Glutino English Muffins. I picked these up, frozen, at Fred Meyers. My first impression when taking them out of the package: very heavy, like hockey pucks! Let them thaw, still hockey pucks. Very difficult to split (get a hacksaw!). Toasted on the highest setting, did not brown at all, warm hockey pucks. Covered with butter, peanut butter, & jam. Like eating sawdust. The rest went in the garbage.