Thai Peanut Hummus Toast

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!

This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast post is sponsored by Sabra, but the recipe and opinions are entirely my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Spiced!

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!It’s amazing how much stuff you can fit into a kitchen cabinet.  A couple of weeks ago, Laura and I decided to move to a new house around the corner.  (More about that next week!)  We’ve spent the last couple of weeks packing boxes and throwing stuff away.  If nothing else, a move will make you question how much you really need a single-cup stovetop coffee maker.  Seriously?  1 cup?  That must have been pre-Robbie.  I laughed at that notion…all the way to the recycling bin!

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!Over the past few weeks, we’ve made countless trips both to Goodwill as well as the store to buy more boxes and packing paper.  I think an entire carload of boxes was used in the kitchen, and we’ve still got a few more boxes to pack!  With each passing week, I’ve had to get more and more selective with what appliances and kitchen tools remain.  We’re down to a couple of sheet pans, our kitchen knives, a toaster and our food processor.  By next week, I imagine we’ll be down to just a couple forks.  Hmmm…what sort of recipe can I make with 2 forks and a set of tongs?  Stay tuned for that one!  (Just kidding.  Haha.)

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!Needless to say, our house has been a bit crazy lately.  Laura and I have spent entire weekend days packing boxes and cleaning.  To his credit, Robbie has been doing a great job ‘helping’ pack his toys, too.  (He doesn’t know it yet, but a few of his older -and more annoying- toys might get lost in the move.  Oops.)  With all of the activity around here, meals have become a bit of a guessing game.  I need simple easy meals that will hold us over while we move boxes.  That was the basis behind this Thai Peanut Hummus Toast.  Easy and delicious.  That’s how I roll when I’m packing boxes.

Thai Peanut Hummus Toast

I’m pretty sure Laura would turn every single recipe on this blog into Thai Peanut something if I let her.  She loves Thai Peanut sauce.  I get it.  It’s delicious.  And it’s also pretty darned easy to make.  Have you ever shredded cabbage in a food processor.  (Hint: Make sure you have a large huge bowl.  You’ll end up with a lot of cabbage.)  I like to use a mix of red and green cabbage, and let’s just say we’ll have enough to make Thai Peanut Hummus Toast for the rest of the week…maybe the rest of the month.  (Hah…maybe not that long, but only because I’ll eat it all first!)

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!We’ve taken to eating this Thai Peanut Hummus Toast for brunch lately.  We get up, have a cup (or two) of coffee while Robbie eats breakfast, and then we’re off to packing.  Next thing we know, it’s 10am, and we haven’t eaten yet.  Hummus toast to the rescue!

Have you ever made hummus toast?  It’s amazing…especially if you use a nice grain bread.  In the past, we’ve typically eaten hummus with pita chips, but toasted grain bread has moved up to the top of my list now.  Not only is the hummus + toast combo delicious, but its a blank canvas for other creations.  Creations like this Thai Peanut Hummus Toast.

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!I’ve been a fan of Sabra for as long as I can remember, and Sabra’s Classic Hummus is my go-to flavor.  In fact, the odds of finding Sabra’s Classic Hummus in our fridge at any given time is better than 50-50.  (It’s more like 100-0.  Hah!)  I had the chance to visit Sabra’s worldwide manufacturing plant outside of Richmond, VA a couple of years ago.  Talk about a magical playground of hummus!  I kinda want to just move my desk into the corner of the Sabra test kitchen.  Hmmm, my stuff is already all packed up….maybe this could be arranged.

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!If you’re looking for a delicious brunch idea, then keep hummus toast in mind.  It’s easy, and it’s delicious!  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast has been treating us well the past few days, and I suspect another batch might be in the works soon…that is unless our food processor gets packed up.  Cheers, friends!

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Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!

Thai Peanut Hummus Toast

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!
5 from 7 votes
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Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 4 servings (see note)
Calories: 322kcal

Ingredients

For the Thai Peanut Sauce

  • 1 Tbsp rice vinegar
  • ½ Tbsp soy sauce
  • ½ Tbsp lime juice
  • ½ Tbsp honey
  • ½ tsp garlic minced
  • 2 Tbsp creamy peanut butter
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp crushed red pepper flakes

For the Thai Peanut Mix

  • 2 cups cabbage shredded (see note)
  • 3 large carrots shredded
  • 1 red bell pepper thinly sliced
  • ½ cup edamame cooked and shelled
  • ¼ cup honey-roasted peanuts
  • ¼ cup fresh cilantro chopped
  • ¼ cup green onions chopped

For the Hummus Toast

  • 4 slices hearty wheat bread
  • ¾ cup Sabra hummus see note

Instructions

For the Thai Peanut Sauce

  • Using a small mixing bowl, add rice vinegar, soy sauce, lime juice, honey and garlic; whisk until smooth.
  • Add the peanut butter, salt and red pepper flakes; whisk until smooth.

For the Thai Peanut Mix

  • Using a large bowl, combine all of the ingredients; mix until well combined.

For the Hummus Toast

  • Toast the bread.
  • Spread 2-3 Tbsp of hummus onto each slice of bread
  • Top with ~⅓ cup of Thai Peanut Mix and drizzle with Thai Peanut Sauce.

Notes

You'll have a lot of leftover Thai Peanut Mix to make more hummus toast!
I prefer Sabra’s plain hummus for this toast, but other flavors could work as well depending on your preference.
Instead of slicing your own cabbage and carrots, you can use a bag of cole slaw mix without the dressing.

Looking for a fun and tasty brunch (or snack) idea?  This Thai Peanut Hummus Toast is easy and packed with flavor!

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18 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Congratulations on your move! It’s always exciting and sometimes a bit crazy! The unpacking is fun until you have those few odd things that you just don’t know what to do with. Definitely a time to purge. This hummus toast looks like a delicious and satisfying recipe. Good luck with the rest of the move!

    1. Oh man, I totally know what you mean about those random boxes, Kathy! In fact, it works both ways. You end up with random boxes when you’re unpacking, but you also end up with random stuff that doesn’t really fit in a box when you’re packing, too. We’re getting to that stage here in the current house…all sorts of randomness that I just stand there and scratch my head at. 🙂 Thanks so much, my friend!

    1. Thank you very much, Mimi! I agree that Sabra makes some excellent hummuses (hummi? haha!). I bet the spicy one could work here, too! 🙂

  2. 5 stars
    I love Thai peanut sauce. When we go to our favorite Thai restaurant we always order a few extra sides of it (and then take some home). So of course, the flavors in this recipe appeal to me. And the colors/presentation is so pretty.
    On another note, moving is so much work! I can never believe how much stuff there is that I haven’t seen in years. Ha! Good luck, and I bet it’ll be fun to set up a new kitchen. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Valentina! I hear ya on Thai Peanut sauce. I do like it, but Laura sounds more like you…she loves (!!) it. It’s actually pretty easy to make, so you should whip a batch at home…with hummus toast!

      And, yes, I hear ya on moving. Holy cow, I feel like I’m buried in boxes, and there are still things left to pack. 🙂 Hope your week is going well!

  3. 5 stars
    How have I never made hummus toast? I love hummus, I love toast–I know I’ll love this! And good luck with your move; I wish I could send you some of the boxes I still have in my garage a year and a half after my last move :). I’ll send you all the packing-unpacking vibes I can muster!

    1. I was actually thinking about you when I made this hummus toast, Kelsie! I was like, “I bet Kelsie would like this one.” Haha! You need to put hummus toast on your agenda for this weekend. As in your weekend agenda should be: 1) Make hummus toast. 2) Eat dessert. 3) Repeat. 🙂

      Also, I might be down to take some of your boxes. I’m hoping they’re filled with things like cakes and brownies. Haha!

  4. 5 stars
    Unfortunately, my kitchen (and any other) cabinets are not well-organized (Read: a bit messy), so they cannot fit many things…or I just cannot find them! Congrats on your move, and thank you for letting us know about Robbie’s toys. I’ll put this evidence in your file in case you reject sending me something delicious one day haha. And this toast looks beautiful – yes to a rainbow on a plate!

    1. That’s the thing about kitchen cabinets, Ben…if you organize them really well, then you can fit more stuff in there. But if you fit too much in the cabinets, then you can’t get to anything!

      Wait…are you blackmailing me with that tidbit about Robbie’s toys? That’s not nice. I’ll send you whatever you want. Just don’t tell Robbie our secret! 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    So exciting on the new move! Though, moving can be quite the pain in the rear end. So much work and you don’t even realize how much stuff you have until you have to pack up. Quick, tasty meals like this hummus toast gotta help! Love the Thai flavours goin’ on here 🙂

    1. You’re telling me, Dawn! We’ve found some stuff stashed away that I didn’t even realize we had. Needless to say, it’s either been trashed or donated. If I didn’t even know about it, then I don’t need it now! 🙂 Thanks so much for the kind words, my friend. I hope you have a great week ahead!

  6. 5 stars
    I showed Lynne this recipe and she said “that’s four of my favourite words there, Thai, peanut, hummus and toast!” Funny feeling her and Laura would get on pretty well! Hope the house move went OK! 🙂

    1. Haha! Well it sounds like you need to make Lynne this Thai Peanut Hummus Toast, Neil. It really is pretty easy to make, too. And then the leftovers come together quite easily again for brunches or lunches the next day! 🙂 Thanks so much for the move wishes…we’re entering the home stretch until the actual moving day, but so far, so good!

    1. Sabra is definitely my go-to hummus, too, Ron! If you need a care package from the States, let me know. 🙂 Using that hummus to create hummus toast was so good…nice and easy, and it was the perfect ‘canvas’ to create other recipes like this Thai Peanut version. Thanks for the good wishes on the move!

  7. I’m with your wife, I love Thai peanut sauce so much! I also am a huge hummus fan. It’s one of my go-to snacks. Lately I’ve been all about avocado toast, but this hummus toast sounds pretty delicious! 🙂 I also love Sabra hummus.

    Hope you complete your move without losing your mind haha I know how annoying it can be sorting through all of your stuff. When we moved last time, I couldn’t believe how much extra stuff we had accumulated over 4 years. I’m glad you kept your food processor… I’d never throw mine away! I use it practically every day.

    1. I hear ya about avocado toast, Nicole. It is delicious for sure! But I’m all in on hummus toast lately! I love me some Sabra hummus, and spread that hummus on a toasted, grain bread? Oh man, that’s a happy place right there! 🙂

      And as far as the move? I’m about to go bonkers! I need everything to be back in its place and settled again. I know it’ll happen…but still. I hate when stuff is a mess and out of place, and that’s pretty much what a move is. I can’t imagine doing a cross-country move like you guys did, but I’m sure the new house is amazing! Cheers, my friend!

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