Now, if you’re looking for vegan hummus brands, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of 11 products for you to check out that you’re sure to love.
But first, let’s answer a quick question…
Is hummus vegan? The answer is almost always a resounding YES. Unless it’s a particular flavor of hummus that has feta cheese or something else, it’s probably going to be vegan. Just keep an eye out for dairy products from accessory ingredients.
Now let’s get to the hummus brands…
Always double-check ingredient statements before buying and consuming. We try to keep ours as accurate as possible, but errors occur, and things do get outdated.
Don’t have time to read? Here’s a quick summary of the products we recommend.
|Hummustir Organic Fresh Hummus||A|
|Wild Garden Hummus Dip||A|
|Sabra Classic Hummus||A+|
|Roots Hummus Original||A+|
|Hope Spicy Avocado Hummus||A|
This small-batch, handmade hummus is some good stuff.
It’s gluten-free, non-GMO, and made with organic chickpeas and tahini.
It has a very small ingredient list, so no extra additives or preservatives.
And it comes in four different flavors, all of which are available on Amazon with Prime.
It comes in small snack-size containers, so it’s perfect for on the go or in a lunchbox or desk.
You can store this in the pantry, but it does have to be refrigerated once you open it.
If you’re using it for a snack, though, that’s practically unnecessary. Plus, it’s one of the only shelf-stable hummus brands out there.
Hummustir Organic Fresh Hummus
This one isn’t handmade per se, but it might as well be.
This hummus is unique because the top portion of this snack-sized treat is the tahini and spices, while the bottom is the chickpea puree.
So technically, it is handmade because you have to stir it up yourself.
That’s cool because it ensures that your tahini stays flavorful and doesn’t get lost in the chickpea sauce.
This hummus comes in four flavors: Classic, Habanero, garlic and Cumin, and Garlic and Lemon.
All of them are equally good, and all of them are available on Amazon with the subscribe and save option at the time of writing.
So, if you get hooked on it, you can save yourself a little coin by just continuously getting it delivered.
This is another snack-size, single-serving hummus dip that doesn’t require any refrigeration.
These have all-natural ingredients, are gluten-free, dairy-free, and completely vegan.
There are only 90 calories a cup, so if you want a snack that’s got some protein and will fill you up without all extras, this will do the trick.
These are also spreadable, so if you want to slap this on some toast in the morning or afternoon, or whenever you can.
This is also made by a small, family-owned company based in Chicago, so if you’re about helping out the little guy, these dips are one way to play your part.
This dip comes in two flavors, original and red pepper if you’re looking for a bit of spice.
They’re also available on Amazon with subscribe and save to help keep your tummy and your wallet happy.
Wild Garden Hummus Dip
This shelf-stable hummus comes in a cute little jar.
Wild garden made tasty hummus with a tiny ingredient list. It doesn’t contain any artificial preservatives or additives.
It does have to be refrigerated once you open it, but it’s so good you may eat it all in one sitting.
It comes in four flavors: Traditional, Roasted Garlic, Sun-Dried Tomato, and Red Pepper if you’re feeling a little spicy.
This is pretty good quality for the price point, and some of the flavors are even eligible for Amazon Prime, in case you have to have it.
They also have this in a squeeze-type tube that you can buy in bulk. So if you want a snack on this at your desk or wherever you don’t have to carry around the jar.
Sabra Classic Hummus
This is a tried and true favorite.
You can get Sabra hummus almost everywhere, so of all the brands on this list, this would be the easiest to grab and go in the store if you’re looking for a quick snack.
It comes in loads of flavors, literally more than we can even count. And though they don’t broadcast their brand as being vegan, they certainly are.
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But it’s also gluten-free and non-GMO if those are important to you as well. These come in so many different sizes, ranging from snack to family.
They do have to be refrigerated, so make sure you eat this fresh or store it in the fridge, not the pantry.
It does contain an additive to preserve freshness, but this is a large brand, so that’s not surprising, as they need to keep the product fresh during transport.
Majestic Garlic Sprouted Raw Garlic Hummus
This locally grown and made hummus comes from the hills out in California.
It has a cute little backstory that starts in health care and ends with this delicious dip.
It comes in six different flavors, all available on their website. It uses completely organic ingredients and has absolutely no preservatives or additives.
It comes in eight-ounce containers, which is fairly large for the price point.
It does have to be refrigerated, so be careful not to ruin this goodness by leaving it out or accidentally putting it in the pantry.
And not for nothing, but this bad boy has won America’s Best Food Award six times, so they must be doing something right.
Roots Hummus Original
This hummus is one of the best out there.
It comes in a variety of flavors, nearly as many as Sabra, including an oil-free original in case you don’t want your hummus slipping and sliding all over the place because it’s too oily.
It also comes in different size tubes, but none are snack-sized. Although you’d probably eat 2 or 3 of the snack size, so why not just buy the regular size anyway.
It averages about 60 calories per serving, which isn’t bad.
It is garbanzo bean-based, so that it can be pretty thick compared to chickpeas, but that also means it has more flavor and a smoother texture.
Just Wholefoods Organic Hummus Mix
This one is included because of its uniqueness.
It’s like a DIY hummus in a bag. All you have to do is add water, lemon juice, and vegetable oil, and you’ve got yourself a hummus.
This is great if you really want the hummus in the go but also really fresh.
Just like Hummustir. It’s really inexpensive, and one package makes about 18 tablespoons which is certainly a lot to snack on.
This way, you can have hummus from scratch without all the mess and handiwork. It only comes in one flavor, but it’s tasty, so that can be forgiven.
Hope Spicy Avocado Hummus
If you want hummus but want to try a different flavor or texture, Hope has made the hummus for you.
Hope teamed up avocados and garbanzo beans to make this spicy avocado dream.
It has a smooth, creamy texture and has the faint taste of avocados, and who doesn’t love that? It gets the spice from jalapenos so that it can linger a bit, and if you’re sensitive to spice, I would suggest having a drink handy.
Hope also makes plenty of other flavors of hummus as well, including classic if that’s your cup of tea.
Eat Well Embrace Life Edamame Hummus
Another unique blend of Hummus flavors.
This completely kicks chickpeas and garbanzos to the curb and uses edamame at its base.
This makes it smooth and provides a more refreshing taste that isn’t as heavy as chickpea and garbanzo hummus can be.
It has a little red pepper in there for spice.
The refreshing edamame and spicy red pepper mix make this a light, flavorful snack.
It doesn’t come in snack size and has to be refrigerated, but the more, the merrier.
Delighted By Brownie Batter Hummus
This list would not be comprehensive without dessert hummus, which is one to rival them all—delighted By making four flavors of dessert hummus: Vanilla Bean, Snickerdoodle, Choc-O-Mint, and Brownie Batter.
How could you not be in love?
All of them are vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
When you need your sweet fix and want something quick, a little snack, and maybe not the whole cookie jar, Delighted by is here for you, times four.
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