Mediterranean 7-Layer Dinner Dip

Mediterranean 7 layer dinner dip
Sometimes, especially during the longer, slower days of summer, my family enjoys having a laid back dinner sitting on our screened porch or a wooden table under the pavilion at our community pool. Often we’ll have cool salads, dips, fruit, cheese, hard boiled eggs and bread, along with some water, iced tea or lemonade to drink, and we’ll call it a meal.

This Mediterranean 7-Layer Dinner Dip is perfect for one of those evenings—it still has enough healthy ingredients, protein and calories to keep us satisfied (plus it meets half of our daily goal for dietary fiber!) and it doesn’t require any cooking at all. Of course it would also be a hit at any party.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mediterranean 7-Layer Dinner Dip

Prep (no cook) = 15 minutes
6 servings

1 1/2 cups hummus, such as Sabra Classic or Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
1/2 cucumber, peeled if desired and diced (about 1 cup)
1 1/4 cup grape or cherry tomatoes, quartered
1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese
1/2 cup pitted kalamata olives
1/4 cup flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped
2 Tbsp. pine nuts, lightly toasted
6 pieces naan or pita bread, or use 3 cups pita chips

Spread the hummus an 8- or 9-inch round dish or pie plate, and top it with the remaining ingredients in order. Meanwhile, warm the naan or pita in the oven at 300 degrees for 5 – 7 minutes. Scoop up the mixture with naan or pita bread or pita chips, or wrap the dip in a piece of naan and enjoy as a sandwich.

Scramble Flavor Booster: Top the dip with some cayenne pepper or paprika

Nutritional Information per Serving (% based upon Daily Values):
Calories 307, Total Fat 22.5g, 35%, Saturated Fat 4.5g, 21.5%, Cholesterol 11mg, 3.5%, Sodium 615.5mg, 25.5%, Carbohydrate 83g, 27.5%, Dietary Fiber 12.5g, 49%, Sugar 3g, Protein 8.5g

Disclaimer: Sabra is sponsoring this post and providing the prizes, but all opinions and recipes are my own.

29 thoughts on “Mediterranean 7-Layer Dinner Dip

Nicole says:

Rosted red pepper has been my favorite for years!

Angie says:

Gotta try this one. Classic or roasted red pepper. Yum!

Karen says:

I love garlic hummus

amkatzman@yahoo.com says:

Pine nut! Sabra hummus rocks!

Kirstin says:

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus is my favorite!! Love it with toasted pita chips.

Danielle says:

Love this, just pinned!

Ashley says:

Roasted Red Pepper! Yum!

sarasnicholas@hotmail.com says:

My favorites are the classic and roasted red pepper but I like them all. This is one of my 18 mo old’s favorite snacks!

Rona says:

Classic, roasted garlic, pine nut…it’s all great! I recently made Aviva’s baba ganoush, and it was a huge hit!

marychandler2010@yahoo.com says:

My whole family, including the three year olds, love the roasted red pepper hummus. Recipe looks awesome, I will try it soon.

Donna says:

Yum! Can’t wait to try this!

Colleen says:

We love the original. I love to put it in a wrap with red peppers and feta cheese!

Angela says:

Oops, I forgot to leave my favorite flavor or dip. I love the toasted pine nut version especially. My favorite dip is homemade salsa with tomatoes, cilantro, and onion in the food processor. Or homemade guacamole, yum!

Angela says:

That looks delicious! My kids love hummus so I can imagine this dip would be a big hit.

elisa.cooper@cox.net says:

This looks like a wonderful healthy dip to keep for the summer months to pair with carrots and celery. We enjoy all the Sabra hummus but particularly the roasted garlic. Excellent!

Lauren says:

The Lemon hummus has long been a favorite of ours.. but the toasted pine nut is a more recent fav! My middle daughter will try and eat all the pine nuts in the middle! I have to beg her to eat little scoops around it.. so to share it with dad!

suttech@sciencesocieties.org says:

We like the roasted red pepper humus from Sabra – serve with chips, crackers, or cut-up veggies — YUM!

Jill says:

Sounds fantastic! We will be trying it soon. One of our favorite sandwiches last summer was the basil pesto hummus on toasted bread topped with fresh tomato slices, and melted cheese. (we like Colby-jack or mozzarella) Some of our clan like to add a light layer of mayo as well and I like to add some fresh basil. YUM!

Heidi says:

This makes me hungry already! Is there a way to print this or save it to my recipe box?

Aviva says:

Heidi, not a fabulous way to print yet, we’re working on it. We’ll be adding it to the Scramble repertoire soon so you can add it to your recipe box and print.

Jenifer says:

I like the Supremely Spicy the best….this recipe looks great!

Amanda says:

I love the roasted red pepper with carrots! I just recently tried the Sabra single serves and have loved them in my lunches.

Lori says:

I’m a big fan of the roasted red pepper flavor. I eat this with pretzels in the Sabra single serve. Makes a great snack.
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kmay315@comcast.net says:

I am in love with the toasted pine nut, my son likes classic, and the hubs likes roasted red pepper. We like hummus with veggies or spread on a tortilla with some yummy white cheddar and rolled up for lunch wraps.

Randi says:

This recipe looks great. Will definitely make it this summer. My favorite Sabra Hummus flavor is the roasted garlic. My kids love it also. I send it in their lunches every day with carrots. MMMMM!

Jessica says:

Y.U.M. I’m a “classic” hummus connoissuer myself, though if I’ll be dining alone, “garlic” hummus may venture into my kitchen…

Tanya says:

I think I’ll make this for our Father’s Day BBQ. Our favorite Sabra is toasted pine nut!

Katie says:

Yum! This looks delicious! I love hummus… love Sabra classic, garlic, and red pepper!

Joykens@gmail.com says:

This looks really good! I was actually eating Sabra toasted pine nut for lunch when I saw this on facebook. I love it!

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