Fire Roasted Five Pepper Hummus from Harris Teeter. Use 2 Tablespoons (60 calories) to top a baked potato, pasta or spaghetti squash for a tasty alternative to high calorie or bland toppings. Stir into non-fat sour cream or yogurt for a veggie or chip dip.
Check the refrigerator case and make sure it is the Fire Roasted Five Pepper version. The others are tasty, but lack the zing.
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