Simply Healthy Family: Chicken and Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Flautas #TwoSpoons #Sponsored


Chicken and Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Flautas #TwoSpoons #Sponsored

You don't have to be a football fan to enjoy or at least appreciate all of the great football foods. When it comes to tailgating, the food is the star of the pre-game show. Every year I see more creative, more amazing and more intricate tailgating foods around the stadium. These hot off the grill Chicken and Red Pepper Hummus Flautas are no exception. Everyone will be gathered around the plate asking you for the recipe. It's up to you if you tell them how incredibly simple they are. 

“By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Sabra Dipping Co. LLC, and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I received coupons for free product used in testing this recipe. I was not compensated for my time.”

Four simple ingredients, including the tortillas is all it takes to whip up these serious game changing snacks. Of course no one will be able to have just one so we'll just call them the main course. I cook the chicken breasts in my pressure cooker so they are done in 5 minutes flat, if frozen tack on another minute or two. Shred up your cooked chicken in 20 seconds using this method I developed years ago. Add in a container of Sabra's Red Pepper Hummus for a bit of creaminess and flavor, mix it up and spoon into flour tortillas. Add some Jack cheese and roll em' up. Bake at 450F for 15-20 minutes and you've got yourself some golden brown, crispy melted cheesy goodness. 

Did you know that only 2 spoonfuls of hummus a day will fulfill your bean recommendation for the week? Research shows that diets with increased bean consumption are associated with reduced risk of chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes and obesity.

Sabra's roasted red peppers hummus takes regular hummus in a bold new direction. One bite and you can almost hear the peppers sizzling on the grill. This spread is perfect for outdoor eating adventures like picnics and cookouts.

Sabra hummus is an allergy friendly food since it's vegetarian and gluten-free. Hummus, made from Garbanzo beans helps boost fiber intake, especially when paired with veggies or whole grains. The mix of soluble and insoluble fiber supports heart health, and the combination of protein, complex carbohydrates and fiber aid in weight management and blood glucose control.

Do you like to tailgate? Who's your favorite team? 

{GO Cardinal's!!!}

What foods do you like to prepare for tailgating or football parties?

TIME        30 MINUTES            YIELDS       12 FLAUTAS


12 small flour tortillas
4-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cooked
1 - 10 oz tub of Sabra's Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
2 cups shredded Jack Cheese
1 tablespoon olive oil for prepping baking dish

Optional Garnishes

chopped green onions
chopped cilantro
chopped red bell pepper
chopped avocado


Pre-heat oven to 450F.  Spread olive oil over a stone baking pan. Combine cooked, shredded chicken and Sabra Roasted Red Pepper Hummus in a bowl. Spoon the chicken & hummus mixture into flour tortillas, sprinkle with cheese and roll up the tortillas. Place them on the oiled baking dish by rolling them to coat all sides of tortilla with oil. Continue process until all tortillas are used.

Place in oven and cook at 450F for 17-20 minutes until tortillas are golden brown and crispy. Serve hot. 



  1. They look so delicious and healthy as well, Gwen.

  2. These are so colorful and fun - perfect party food!

  3. These look SO good! I am going to have to try them!

  4. I MUST MAKE THESE! Yum! I love the flavors and how good your food always sounds! Win! Win! Okay, so we don't tailgate but we do watch the Patriots - being from and IN New England, it's sort of a must. That being said, I think they are set on proving that whole Deflate gate stuff won't stop them from another great season (sorry, I couldn't resist - don't crucify me!)

  5. I love this. What a great use for hummus and I love that these would make the perfect tailgate food or even a quick and healthy week night dinner

  6. I don't think I'd wait for game day to make these!

  7. What a great idea! I really like this recipe and looks so easy to make! I'm a Cardinals fan (if you mean Arizona Cardinals)! Are you in AZ too? These would be great for dinner after a busy day!

  8. I'm addicted to hummus, I make it all the time. The roasted red pepper hummus is one I will make next!

  9. I am a big fan of Sabra. I love the roasted red pepper and the pine nut variety, too.


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