- 2 slices whole grain bread (sprouted)
- 2 tablespoons hummus
- 3 slices cucumber
- 2 slices tomato
- 3 slices avocado
- 1/4 cup alfalfa sprouts
- 1/4 cup carrots (grated)
|Calories290Calories from Fat90|
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|Calories from Fat90|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Martina B. 3 months ago
Delicious and easy! I added some arugula.
Mercy Triminio a year ago
Yummy and simple! I added turkey breast just to add a bit more of protein (I’m not vegetarian) and the result was also fantastic
Rebecca Ferres 2 years ago
so fresh and crisp. made me feel great. tasted excellent
Sayna F. 3 years ago
I tried this at urth cafe today and i loved it!!!! 👌🏻 it didnt have carrots and cucumber. It had red onions and i think would be great with non-plain humus. Maybe spicy one:)
Polly P. 3 years ago
I really liked it. I added some Vidalia onion slices and a sprinkle of garlic salt, which may be against the health police rules. My hummus was spinach/artichoke.
Jaimie S. 3 years ago
It was pretty good. Could have used a little more flavor. Maybe try it with a non-plain hummus. Might try to play around with it.
Adrianne B. 3 years ago
It was a very good sandwich. I choose to eat this as breakfast instead of oatmeal on most occasions. The only difference is that I use a multigrain thin sandwich bun, bean sprouts (for the extra protein than alfalfa) and sprinkled on some course ground black pepper. Other than that, I enjoyed the sandwich...as a matter of fact...I ate one yesterday morning. Yummy!
Nora F. 3 years ago
I made this recipe without the carrots because that didn't seem to make much since to me, but it was so good
Nick P. 4 years ago
Delicious and nutritious! I followed the recipe to a T the first time, only change I made to it afterwards was to season with a little bit of salt and pepper. A keeper of a recipe for me.