If you are looking for an easy, no cook appetizer… then look no further than this Loaded Hummus Charcuterie Board!
Even though this appetizer takes only minutes to throw together, the presentation is absolutely show stopping!
You can certainly add ingredients and/or leave any ingredient out below according to your taste.
To scoop up all this deliciousness I went with some carrots and toasted naan dippers, but you could add crackers or even sweet mini peppers too.
How to make loaded hummus charcuterie board
First spread a 10 ounce container of hummus on a tray or cutting board.
I used the Sabra brand, but any brand that you like will work just fine.
Make sure to leave some room around the hummus for the veggies and bread or crackers.
Then dice some veggies to arrange over the hummus.
I went with diced English cucumber and diced roasted red peppers in a jar.
Then add some crumbled feta cheese, toasted pine nuts, and a drizzle of olive oil.
Arrange the naan dippers and carrots or veggie of choice around the hummus on the board.
You could also add some optional additions such as olives, banana peppers, and lemon wedges.
Everyone will be so excited to dig in to this gorgeous loaded hummus charcuterie board!
Some roasted tomatoes or even sun dried tomatoes would also make a great addition.
The creative process of putting this together was so fun and I hope you enjoy it just as much.
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Loaded Hummus Charcuterie Board
Loaded Hummus Charcuterie Board, an easy no cook appetizer with an impressive presentation served with veggies, crackers, or naan bread
- 1 10 oz container hummus (I used Sabra)
- 1/4 cup diced cucumber (I used English cucumber)
- 1/3 cup diced roasted red pepper (from a jar)
- 1/3 cup crumbled feta cheese
- 1/4 cup toasted pine nuts
- olive oil
- Items to dip: Stonefire Naan Dippers (toasted), crackers, carrots, pepper slices, mini sweet peppers
- Optional board items: banana peppers, roasted cherry tomatoes, kalamata olives, lemon wedges
Spread the hummus in the center of a charcuterie or cutting board, leave space around the edges to include items to dip and any optional items.
Arrange the diced cucumber, diced roasted red pepper, feta cheese, and toasted pine nuts in the center of the hummus. Drizzle some olive oil over top.
Arrange items to dip around the loaded hummus such as toasted naan dippers, crackers, carrots, and/or peppers. Also include optional charcuterie board items if desired such as banana peppers, roasted cherry tomatoes, kalamata olives, and/or lemon wedges.