Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread

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Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread is an easy appetizer that your guests will love! #sponsoredHave you recovered yet from Christmas? No? Too bad. The next big holiday is nearly here and you better put off that “I’m going to eat better” resolution for a few more days–or else. New Year’s Eve is Thursday night: the last hedonistic soiree of the year. You can’t give up yet. There’s still a couple more miles to go in this feasting marathon. We’re counting on you!
Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread is an easy appetizer that your guests will love! #sponsoredI am a HUGE fan of appy-type party fare. I didn’t get to be the shape I am today without this affinity. I can still recall one New Year’s Eve with my husband when we decided to stay in for the night and have a Pirates of the Caribbean movie marathon. This was before we had kids, when our lives were our own and we ate like college kids.

The night started with a homemade pumpernickel bread and the requisite bread bowl dip. (I should probably share that someday…) Except we ate the entire loaf of bread early in the evening. With 2 movies still ahead of us, and midnight nowhere in sight, I baked a second loaf of bread, so we could continue the gorging. Not one of my finest moments, but damn, was it tasty.

Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread is an easy appetizer that your guests will love! #sponsoredNow, I try a little harder to make my snacks count. That doesn’t mean they’re super “healthy”–the whole working with what you have, where you are at sorta thing, and I’m not there yet–but I am much better about swapping out pure junk for something a little more redeeming to achieve some sort of balance. I’m not always successful, but I’d like to think this Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread is a happy medium. The creamy dip everyone knows and loves is replaced with a much less fatty, much more nutritious hummus dip from my friends at Sabra, for all the flavor without the guilt. Then I stuffed it between layers of crescent rolls…because we don’t want to go too far with this good-for-you thing. It is New Year’s Eve, after all. Save that for January 1.

One last hurrah for 2015! Then carry over that new good hummus habit into 2016 for the ultimate success in a glowing new you!
Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread is an easy appetizer that your guests will love! #sponsored

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Spinach and Artichoke Hummus Pull Apart Bread
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: 16
  • nonstick spray
  • 2 8-ounce tubes crescent rolls
  • 1 10-ounce container Sabra Spinach and Artichoke Hummus
  • 1 14-ounce can quartered artichoke hearts, drained
  • 1-2 cups fresh baby spinach leaves
  • 1 cup shredded cheese blend (pizza blend is nice)
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray a 9x5 loaf pan with nonstick spray and set aside.
  2. Lightly spray your work surface and carefully unroll 1 tube of crescent rolls, so it stays as close as possible in one piece. Pinch the seams.
  3. Spread half the hummus over the entire surface. Sprinkle with half the artichoke hearts, spinach leaves, and cheese blend.
  4. Cut into 8 squares. Prop the loaf pan up, so it's vertical, then stack 4 of the squares and place them in the loaf pan. Stack the remaining 4 and place them on top of the squares already in the pan.
  5. Repeat with the remaining ingredients.
  6. Bake on the center rack for 55-60 minutes, or until browned on top and cooked through, rotating the pan halfway through the baking time.
  7. Place a plate over the top of the pan, invert, then carefully flip over so the top is on the top. Serve as-is to pull apart, or slice for easier eating.

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  1. love this! I love pull apart breads! This savory ones looks awesome!

    1. I figured you can’t have sweets all the time. Just most. 😉 Thank you!

    • dee on 23 January, 2017 at 4:14 pm
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    This was an epic fail for me. I followed the recipe andt he dough inside never cooked! Looking at the picture shown, my bread looked the same but like i said… it never cooked through. Even after the hour, took it out of pan, flipped it over and placed it onto baking sheet for an additional 15 min. Still a raw doughy mess inside. Had to throw it away!
    What did i do wrong?? Maybe too much hummus? Like i said though, i followed the recipe.

    1. Wow! I’m so sorry to hear it turned out horribly for you! I’m not sure why it would be completely raw inside after 1 hr 15 min total in the oven. Have you checked the temperature of your oven lately? The only thing I can think of is that the thermostat may be off (a common issue–my old oven was notorious for that). I usually keep a cheap oven thermometer in mine to double check that the temperature is correct, and then you can adjust accordingly, if necessary.

      Also, were you baking in glass? Dark metal? Light metal? Sometimes you have to adjust the temperature/time, depending on the vessel in which it’s baked. Dark metal will brown more/cook faster than others. Lighter colored metal pans may require a higher temperature/longer time, for example.

      Again, I’m so sorry it was a fail for you!

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