Key lime pie hummus

Key lime week continues with this key lime pie hummus. It’s smooth, creamy, and tastes like key lime pie!

key lime pie hummus

One evening, my family and I went grocery shopping like we usually do. My husband mentioned that we needed to buy some hummus since we were running out. I strolled by the hummus section, and just for fun, I took a look at the dessert hummus selection. I saw brownie, chocolate chip and key lime pie. Price? About $5 for a little container. Holy mackerel.

My husband was also surprised at the price for the dessert hummus. He knew that I made my own hummus before (chocolate chip snickerdoodle, pumpkin spice chocolate chip, brownie batter) so he asked if I could make key lime pie hummus. I accepted his challenge and was excited to try it.

key lime pie hummus

I kept tweaking the ingredients and ended up with the recipe below. One thing to note is that you want to rinse your chickpeas really well. Otherwise, it will taste a bit funky from the can. I used about 8 key limes’ worth of juice in my hummus, but you can certainly add more or less for your tastes. Feel free to substitute brown sugar for the organic cane sugar as well.

This hummus was a tasty snack on an otherwise cold day. We enjoyed dipping graham crackers into ours. Happy hummus eating!

key lime pie hummus

Key lime pie hummus

Who says hummus has to be savory? Try this key lime pie hummus - it's got all the flavors of key lime pie!
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Appetizer
Servings: 16
Author: Eva Bakes


  • 1 15 ounce can chickpeas rinsed and drained
  • juice from 8 key limes
  • 1 Tablespoon milk of choice
  • 4-6 Tablespoons organic cane sugar
  • pinch salt


  • In a food processor, blend all of the ingredients together. Add more milk if needed to get a smooth consistency. Once the hummus is to your desired consistency, enjoy with vanilla wafers, graham crackers, cookies or eat with a spoon.


Store dip in the refrigerator. It will keep for several days.
Source: An Eva Bakes original


  1. rebecca deborst
    July 2, 2020 / 8:36 am

    Do you think I can substitute Monkfruit sweetener for the cane sugar?

    • evabakes
      July 2, 2020 / 3:27 pm

      I haven’t tried it myself but think it should work!

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