Raw Chickpea Sprouts Hummus

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If you are looking for a nutritional powerhouse in the name of hummus, then our Raw Chickpea Sprouts Hummus is exactly what you need. This creamy, fluffy, and flavorful hummus is packed with energy-boosting, gut-healing nutrients and a ton of protein and fiber.

Sprouting raw chickpeas magnifies their mineral and vitamin content, and using them raw helps keep all its nutritional profile intact. The sprouting process also does one essential thing: neutralize their naturally occurring anti-nutrients, which they use as a defense mechanism to keep them from being eaten by grazing animals and insects. It takes two days for the chickpeas to sprout.

The fact that you won’t be doing any cooking means the preparation process will be a breeze. If you have made cooked chickpea hummus and loved the creaminess of the hummus and are worried that using raw sprouts is not going to yield the creaminess,  I can reassure you that you will be pleasantly surprised. The raw chickpea sprouts yield a very fluffy and creamy hummus that has a light fermented taste. When combined with prunes and agave syrup, it produces a delicious sweetness that takes this hummus to another level.

Well, let’s jump right into the recipe so you can get the chance to enjoy this goodness by yourself!

Raw Chickpea Sprouts Humus

Pestos, Dips & Sauces Dadaji Fusion Recipes
Serves: 6 - 9
Prep Time: 10 min Cooking Time: 0 min Total Time: 10 min

Nutritional Benefits: Chickpea sprouts are a rich source of fiber and protein. Sprouting chickpeas reduces the anti-nutrients level compared to chickpeas that haven't been sprouted, making them more beneficial to your body in terms of providing you with more protein and vitamins. These sprouts are endowed with phytonutrients, vitamins A, C, and E, magnesium, calcium, and iron. Some of the health benefits of consuming chickpea sprouts include lowering blood sugar and bad cholesterol levels, improving heart health, boosting gut and colon health, aids in detoxification, and offers anti-cancer benefits.


  • 6 dried prunes
  • 1 tbsp brewers yeast
  • 1 tbsp parsley pesto
  • 3 tbsp soya sauce
  • 3 tbsp rice or agave syrup
  • 1 tbsp salt flower
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar



Soak the raw chickpeas for two days to sprout.


Place the sprouted chickpeas into a blender and add in water; blend into a smooth paste.


You can serve the paste spread over tacos or with salad. Enjoy!


Variation 1: add in a tablespoon of sesame paste and Nori algae for an enhanced taste.


Variation 2: add coconut oil and fresh coconut flesh for an awesome flavor.


  • 210 Calories
  • 28.8g Carbohydrates
  • 11.5g Fat
  • 3g Fiber
  • 1.9g Protein
  • 1.6g Saturated fat
  • 566mg Sodium
  • 13.1g Sugar

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