Tribe Hummus: Quick Review & Giveaway!

There are a few things that we really, really miss food-wise from when we lived in Israel.

Cottage cheese.

And the smooth, tangy taste of Israeli hummus.

We often buy the Sabra brand at Costco, which isn’t bad. Or we make our own.

But then several months ago, I got to try Tribe Hummus. “Got to try” because Tribe isn’t yet sold in in America. So, in Kansas City, I actually haven’t found a store that carries it. {DH just let me know that he thinks he saw the hot red pepper flavor at Costco. I’ll have to check and let y’all know.}

I could hop over to Lawrence – 45 minutes away – to pick up some at Dillon’s (a Kroger affiliate), but that seems like quite a schlep. Even for hummus.

Although for this hummus… maybe.

This hummus is exactly what we’ve been missing. It’s smooth, it’s tangy and it’s got tons of awesome mix-ins, that almost – almost – remind me of being at a hummus dive by the shuk in Jerusalem. You know, the ones that serve up your plate of hummus drenched in olive oil and topped with ful beans. (My mouth is watering.)

All Tribe products are free of artificial preservatives and artificial flavors, plus they don’t have any saturated or trans-fats, hydrogenated oils, stabilizers, thickeners, dairy, or cholesterol. And they are O-U certified.

If you haven’t yet tried Tribe hummus, or you have tried it and you loved it as much as I did, I’ve got a giveaway that’s perfect for you!

In the comments section, tell me your favorite way to eat your hummus (Mine: sopped up with fresh pita or in a veggie wrap with feta cheese and roasted peppers). Entries will be closed Sunday night. Monday morning I’ll announce the two lucky winners who will each get two coupons for two free Tribe Hummuses (Hummusi?), compliments of Tribe.

Disclosure: Tribe sent me a coupon to try their hummus, but I had already tried it – and knew I loved it. I was not compensated for my positive opinions; those are all my own.


  1. I like to dip baby carrots in hummus. 🙂

  2. I like to eat it straight out of the container!

  3. Cheryl Perlmutter says

    I love hummus with chips!

  4. Love to dip my falafel balls into it!

  5. I love serving several varieties of hummus during a challah/salads course at Shabbat meals. Little bits of deliciousness are oh-so-lovely.

  6. I love to dip pretzel crisps into chummus!

  7. We eat it throughout the week…with carrots, with crackers, with challah…chummus is great because it is such a healthy snack!!!!

  8. I like to dip vegetables in hummus – carrots, peppers, cucumbers

  9. with warm pita….mmmm

  10. I like it with pretzels, fresh veggies or challah.

  11. I like it just plain with pita chips or as a spread on sandwiches.
    BTW, some of you might know someone who works in Lawrence and would happily stop by Dillons to pick up some for you 🙂

  12. I like it with cucumbers or pretzel chips and of course challah for shabbos. My kids love it with baby carrots!

  13. love it with challa

  14. Hummus with red peppers if my (and my 1 & 3 year olds’) favorite!

  15. On a sandwich, everyday for lunch.

    I did see the Tribe Chumus at Costco right next to the Sabra. Too bad they will not take your coupons.

  16. With crudites

  17. Maybe the Tribe hummus has gotten better. I remember eating it and finding it close to inedible. I have found Sabra hummus to be much better.

  18. I love hummus in place of mayonnaise in sandwiches and wraps. I also love to dip crackers, pita chips, carrots, and cucumber slices in it. Yum!

  19. I like hummus with pita; my husband with (his own personal) baguette; and recently my daughter has decided that her favorite is to dip in thick pretzels… Would love to try Tribe; thanks !

  20. I like to dip carrots, celery or pretzels.

  21. With Pita Chips. Yum!