Spring Snack Platter with Hummus Phyllo Bites

Spring Snack Platter with Hummus Phyllo Bites - A fresh, satisfying unofficial meal filled with seasonal produce and fun goodies. | foxeslovelemons.com

Did you know National Hummus Day is this coming Saturday? While you’ll almost always find a tub of hummus in my fridge (24/7/365), I figured this is a day to celebrate my love of hummus a little harder than usual. I took the opportunity to not only celebrate hummus, but some of my favorite seasonal ingredients (and a few fun goodies), as well.

With a spread like this Spring Snack Platter with Hummus Phyllo Bites, you have an Unofficial Meal. Which works perfectly, since we’re celebrating on a Saturday, and I like to keep mealtimes pretty flexible on the weekend, depending on what I’m doing. So, having a fresh, satisfying unofficial meal filled with mostly plant-based nutrition is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

Spring Snack Platter with Hummus Phyllo Bites - A fresh, satisfying unofficial meal filled with seasonal produce and fun goodies. | foxeslovelemons.com

Obviously, hummus is going to be the star of the show here. I spooned some dollops of  Sabra Classic Hummus into pre-made phyllo cups (find those in the freezer aisle) and topped them with cute little microgreens (parsley would work well, too). Then, I added a bowl of hummus and crackers to my platter for even more hummus goodness.

After that, I rounded out my platter with lots of fresh and dried fruits, some blanched seasonal veggies, nuts, local honey, fun finds from the olive bar at the store, fig preserves, tiny little balls of mozzarella, and yes, even some mini muffins because they jumped into my grocery cart. Whoops!

Spring Snack Platter with Hummus Phyllo Bites - A fresh, satisfying unofficial meal filled with seasonal produce and fun goodies. | foxeslovelemons.com

Celebrate National Hummus Day with Sabra even further with my Buffalo Falafel Subs or Chicken Shawarma Seven Layer Dip! And, be sure to connect with Sabra on FacebookTwitterInstagram and Pinterest.

Disclosure: This was a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sabra. Sponsored posts help me pay for the costs associated with this blog (groceries…lots of groceries), and help support me as I pursue a career in recipe development and food photography. All opinions are 100% my own.