Review: Hummus with Greek Yogurt

Eat Well Enjoy Life Hummus with Greek Yogurt, Roasted Red Pepper – 1/2 the fat and 1/3 fewer calories than regular hummus!

Only 1 Weight Watchers PointsPlus value for 2 tablespoons.

Creamy, tasty—sooo worthy!

Creamy, tasty—sooo worthy!

I’ve been eating Greek Yogurt (Fage 0%) since I first joined Weight Watchers in 2001, and used to mix it with my Kashi Good Friends or Fiber One cereal and a bit of milk for breakfast. To this day it’s my go-to breakfast—filling, healthy, and delicious. If I have cereal without the yogurt I am guaranteed to be hungry an hour later.

I thought everybody already knew how delicious and good-for-you Greek Yogurt was… but I guess not.

What did it take to get everyone on board the now ubiquitous Greek goodness—from cereal to ice-cream to hummus? Dr. Oz?

I found it for $4.99 at Gelsons Market, but I see that it’s also listed at Ralphs and many other markets. They also had Classic and Pine Nut, but I’m partial to Roasted Red Pepper; I usually buy the Roasted Red Pepper Hummus from Trader Joe’s.

Hummus on shelf

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Nutritional info for 2 tablespoons of Roasted Red Pepper Hummus with Greek Yogurt (28g)

Calories 50

Fat 2.5g

Fiber 0g

Carb 4g

Protein 2g

Only 1 Weight Watchers PointsPlus value for 2 tablespoons! 

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Try it with these delicious, baked Mediterranean Turkey Cutlets >>

Mediterranean Turkey Cutlets

Author: Orna

Orna Purkin is the creator of OrnaBakes—where healthy meets yummy. As a former Weight Watchers Leader and Ambassador, her passion is to inspire others with her healthy recipes, favorite food finds, and weight-loss tips — with the odd confession here and there!

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  1. I tried it at Gelson’s last week. I really like the black bean variety… it had a nice kick and even better stats! Enjoy!

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