Nice Savings on Sabra Hummus this Week at Target plus Great Idea for a Healthier Superbowl Snack

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by the folks at Sabra, but any opinions expressed are 100% my own.

The Super Bowl is just a week away and I’m already thinking of what snacks I’m going to serve, including one of my favorites, Sabra Hummus! This yummy dip goes great with so many things, including crackers, veggies, pretzels, and more. For this Super Bowl, I am going to try something new– sweet mini peppers stuffed with Sabra hummus. These peppers are so yummy and good for you too, with plenty of vitamin C and fiber. And Sabra Hummus is Vegan/Gluten-free/Plant-based Protein so you get the best of both worlds!

To make these, just cut the peppers in half lengthwise and remove the seeds and membranes. Then place them on a dish and fill with your favorite Sabra Hummus. Sabra makes so many wonderful, bold flavors, including Olive Tapenade, Roasted Pine Nut, Roasted Red Pepper, Classic, and more.

Even better, Target has the 10 oz tubs of Sabra Hummus on sale 2 for $5, now thru 2/3. You can also save a little more with a new 5% Off Sabra Hummus Target Cartwheel offer.

Plus, check out and sign up to save even more. Once you’re signed up, be sure and check your email for a link back to print your coupon. I was able to print a coupon to Save $1 on any one Sabra Hummus, 10 oz. or larger.

Try adding Sabra Hummus, the Official Dip Sponsor of the NFL, to your Super Bowl Party Spread and take advantage of the extra savings at your favorite local Target while it lasts!

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Wednesday Recipe: Chipotle Chicken Meatballs

sabraToday Michelle has a great recipe that is very versatile! Chipotle Chicken Meatballs are easy to make and take only around 30 minutes start to finish. There’s only a few ingredients, but what makes this recipe so great is that it can be an appetizer or transformed to a main dish very easily.

Serve as is or skewered with veggies for a great appetizer, add them to pasta, or make a hoagie with them – just use your imagination! You can check out Michelle’s recipe along with tips on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartpublix!

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