Slather Your Veggie Burgers in This Vegan Hummus Sauce

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Slather your veggie burgers with this vegan hummus sauce. The oil-free and dairy-free big mac sauce is made out of hummus instead of mayonnaise!

I have a vegan big mac sauce addiction, and to remedy that, I had to make a healthy version. Eating something and enjoying it is not a problem, usually, but it became one eventually! A recipe that makes you eat mayonnaise by the spoonful is dangerous for someone who loves vegan big mac sauce as much as I do.

Even if the mayo I use is vegan, it still contains a lot of fat and a lot of calories! So, I had to make a version that tastes as amazing, but uses no oil! Mission accomplished! It tastes amazing, and now, I can make super healthy burgers without adding 300 calories worth of vegan big mac sauce! Of course, to make these healthy, I would make homemade burgers, and use healthy buns!

In order to make the creamy vegan hummus sauce, all you need is hummus, relish, ketchup, mustard, vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and water. Simply combine the ingredients and voila! Bon appétit!

I hope you like this recipe!!! It’s such a good burger spread or sauce! It could also be used in sandwiches or as a dipping sauce! Enjoy!

Additional Recipes

Looking for more tasty vegan recipes to make for your summer cookout? Try this vegan macaroni salad! The dairy-free macaroni salad is incredibly easy to make. It features ingredients like Farfalle noodles, red and green bell peppers, sliced celery, green onions, chives, vegan mayo, and plant-based milk.

Or, try making this sweet potato cauliflower vegan mac n’ cheese recipe. The smoky, creamy cheese-like sauce is made using mustard, nutritional yeast, white miso paste, and vegan butter. For a healthier option, you can try making this warm vegan mushroom salad with dairy-free parmesan. According to the recipe’s author, “this salad is filled with nutrients and is so very creamy and delicious. The mushrooms are the only cooked part of this recipe. Cooking mushrooms reduces their agaritine content. Agaritine is a carcinogenic substance that is radically reduced by cooking.”

This recipe was republished with permission from Everyday Vegan Food.

This post was last modified on July 7, 2020 10:55 pm

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