Creamy Green Goddess Hummus

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by Alena Schowalter
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This flavorful green goddess hummus is made with chickpeas, green peas, avocado and spinach! A delicious and super healthy twist on classic hummus, it is bursting with nutrients and perfect for dipping, spreading and swirling.

Ever had a hummus sandwich? Well okay, but have you had a green goddess hummus sandwich?

It’s what we make whenever we get bored of traditional chickpea hummus and don’t have any white beans for our vegan roasted beetroot dip.

Packed with healthy greens, creamy avocado and tahini as well as two types of legumes, green goddess hummus is a wonderful appetizer, snack and filling for your wraps

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It’s super handy to have in the fridge and pairs well with almost anything. Check out these ideas for what to eat with hummus to get you started!

Especially if you’re not super keen on eating leafy greens like spinach and legumes on a regular basis, this protein-packed green pea hummus is the way to go!

Totally customizable to your dietary and taste preferences, this delicious creamy vegan dip needs to make its way into your weekly meal prep routine.

small bowl with homemade green goddess hummus that's used as a breadstick dip

Recipe features 

  • Versatile and meal prep-friendly
  • Easy to make & really healthy
  • Packed with healthy greens
  • Budget-friendly and customizable
  • Packed with minerals & protein
  • Whole food plant-based & oil-free

This green pea hummus couldn’t be easier to make — and all you need is a food processor and measuring equipment!

Here’s exactly what goes into this dip.

table with tahini, baby spinach, green peas, parsley, chickpeas, avocado, lemon and spices

Ingredients needed

  • Chickpeas — classic hummus base! Don’t throw out the liquid, though.
  • Green peas — double legume power!
  • Baby spinach — hiding a few handfuls of healthy leafy greens is always a good idea!
  • Avocado — no green goddess hummus recipe should be without avocado!
  • Parsley — even more green color, flavor and nutrients in our hummus.
  • Tahini — creamy sesame paste for some authentic hummus flavor.
  • Lemon — adding a touch of freshness!
  • Spices — salt, pepper, cumin, garlic and thyme are our favorites here.
  • Toppings — make your green goddess hummus look extra beautiful by adding some more chickpeas, microgreens, fresh herbs or spices on top!

You can find the exact amounts in the recipe card below. We’ll also be sure to add any customization and preparation tips in just a bit.

Here’s how easy it is to make your own spinach and avocado green goddess hummus!

garlic, peas, chickpeas, avocado and spices in food processor

How to make green goddess hummus

Making your own white bean dip at home couldn’t be easier! It essentially requires just four straightforward steps.

  1. Blend the spinach, parsley, avocado, tahini and lemon juice in your food processor until the herbs are minced.
  2. Add the chickpeas and green peas and keep blending to obtain a smooth puree.
  3. Finally, add the rest of the ingredients (spices and liquid) to your food processor. Blend until a creamy and smooth green goddess hummus is formed!
  4. Adjust to taste preference by adding more seasonings if wanted.
food processor with creamy green goddess hummus

Storage & serving suggestions

This creamy green goddess hummus can be enjoyed right away or stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week. It’s also freezer-friendly (instructions below!) and therefore great for meal prep or making in larger batches!

From dipping raw veggies, pita bread or tortilla chips in this avocado spinach hummus to making a delicious healthy vegan grilled cheese, the sky is truly the limit here!

Green goddess hummus looks lovely on a vegan appetizer platter, works as a base on potato pizza crust and can be used to make hummus pasta or thinned out to make salad dressing.

Feel free to just spread it on some freshly baked bread or top your favorite veggie bowl with it! 

small bowl with homemade green goddess hummus, chickpeas, herbs and lemon slices

Tips & adjustments

Can you freeze green goddess hummus?

Sure, you can absolutely freeze hummus. Put it into airtight, freezer-safe containers and place it in the freezer for 3 months or longer.

Make sure you don’t fill your containers all the way to the top because the dip might expand as it freezes! You can defrost it at your convenience by thawing your hummus in the fridge overnight or leaving it out at room temperature for a few hours.

You might want to give it a good stir should the hummus separate after thawing!

Why is this green goddess hummus oil-free?

We personally don’t really use any oil when cooking our food from scratch but if you like a touch of olive oil in your green pea hummus, no problem! 

Feel free to add a few tablespoons either to the hummus base while blending or swirl some olive oil into your finished dip for a lovely garnish.

hand holding a breadstick and dipping it into green hummus

I don’t have any green peas

That’s okay, replace them with the same amount of chickpeas! Likewise, if you only have green peas, you can replace the chickpeas with them! White beans work as well to replace either of these two.

How to make it lower in calories

Replace some or all of the chickpeas with steamed cauliflower or broccoli! You can also just skip the avocado or tahini to reduce some of the fat content.

Additional flavor ideas

Instead of adding fresh parsley, you can add cilantro, basil, dill, thyme or green onion to your green goddess hummus. Spice it up with some hot paprika or more black pepper and add some healthy crunchy nuts or seeds!

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More easy vegan dips 

If you like this green goddess hummus, you really need to try these oil-free and super delicious vegan dips next!

Did you make our green hummus? We’d love to read about it, so be sure to leave a review and tell us more in the comments below. You can also Pin this recipe here!

Creamy Green Goddess Hummus

by Alena Schowalter
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
This flavorful green goddess hummus is made with chickpeas, green peas, avocado and spinach! A delicious and super healthy twist on classic hummus, it is bursting with nutrients and perfect for dipping, spreading and swirling. Try it on a sandwich, in a wrap or stirred into some pasta!
Serves 6


  • 3 cups baby spinach 90 g
  • 1 small bunch fresh parsley chopped
  • 1 avocado peeled, diced
  • 2 tbsp tahini
  • 2 tbsp lemon juice freshly squeezed
  • 1 cup canned chickpeas 160 g
  • 1 cup green peas thawed from frozen or canned (150 g)
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 2 tsp cumin
  • ½ tsp freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 3 tbsp chickpea liquid or water
  • 2 tbsp nutritional yeast


  • Add spinach, parsley, avocado, tahini and lemon juice into a food processor and blend until the herbs are minced. Stop and scrape the sides if necessary.
  • Next, add the chickpeas and green peas and process to obtain a puree.
  • Place the rest of the ingredients into the processor: garlic, cumin, salt, pepper, nutritional yeast and chickpea liquid. Blend until a creamy and smooth green hummus is formed.
  • Adjust to taste using more of the spices if wanted or add some more liquid for the hummus to become really smooth.
  • Once finished, transfer into a bowl and garnish with chickpeas, microgreens, lemon slices or any toppings of your choice.


  • If you want your hummus to be richer, feel free to add some olive oil or use more tahini.
  • You can go for all chickpeas or all green peas if you don’t like or have access to either one of these.
  • Lower the calorie content by replacing some of the legumes with steamed broccoli or cauliflower! You can also omit the avocado.
  • Nutritional information has automatically been calculated without any toppings.
  • Find more tips & ideas in the article above!
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated automatically, their accuracy is not guaranteed.
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Hi, I'm Alena Schowalter — a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with my husband, I founded nutriciously in 2015 and have been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages toward a healthy plant-based diet. I enjoy discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature, and creating new recipes. Read more about us here.


    • I made this recipe. Super yummy. My hubby does not like cumin, so I put just a couple of shakes in, instead of a tsp. Just right. It was also really yummy to blend into a broccoli/green pea soup.


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