Happy Easter, to all of those who celebrate!
I got very much in the spirit this year and bought the cutest little Easter-themed decorations, serving wear, and of course: pastel colored candies!
Today, I’m bringing you an easy dish to make to serve to guests at a gathering, like Easter! And heck, if you’re running behind and need an extra idea for your Easter table: try this recipe!
Seriously, whenever I step into a Target, regardless if I have a list or not, I come out with so much I don’t need. It’s the oddest thing and I feel like so many people are the same way.
For instance, I went to Target yesterday to buy just some sort of Easter decor (I wanted a cute little sign that said Happy Easter! or a bunny rabbit or something of that nature.)
I came out with a bunch of toiletries, a maternity tank top, a porcelain bunny, two yellow woven Easter eggs, and a bag of pastel colored Reese’s peanut butter cups (my dad’s favorite!)
$80 later, at least I got what I originally went there for – that’s not always the case on a Target run!
Anyway, today’s recipe is super simple, but it’s something I thought perhaps many of you would not think to do, and when I served it, it was popular! It’s one of those dishes that gets “oohs” and “ahhs” because it’s so pretty.
Best part: it’s SO easy to make! You could go a step further and cook your beets (I’d recommend roasting them for the best flavor), but I like the refreshing, crunchy rawness of the uncooked beet.
Beets, hummus, and arugula – a fresh, early springtime dish that everyone is guaranteed to love (because after all, who doesn’t LOVE hummus?)
Nutritional Information & Recipe
Weight Watchers SmartPoints*: 5 points
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