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The End Of The World: Now On Display At Whole Foods

15 responses to “The End Of The World: Now On Display At Whole Foods

  1. Polly Temple

    Wow there was a time when these items would not have been available. I used to shop at the original Whole Foods store in Austin Texas. So sad!!

  2. Jonathan Berg

    wow. 2 great tastes that never, ever, ever belong together.

  3. Vivianne Pommier

    well, not finding this appealing.

  4. John Krause

    America, where Hummus comes in every flavor, except, Hummus.. 😉

  5. Nancy Hunter

    This is why sewer system improvements are important.

  6. India Penney

    Well, here’s the thing …
    This isn’t as bad as it seems.

    The problem, in my opinion, is that they shouldn’t call it “hummus” because the thought of chocolate hummus is ghastly.
    This is – instead – a healthy dessert dip. There’s no garlic and olive oil in it, thank God.
    The snickerdoodle version has cinammon and vanilla and coconut and the chickpeas are used as the base. It’s meant to be dipped into with apple slices, etc.
    The brownie batter version has cocoa powder and coconut with, again, chickpeas as the creamy base – and it’s meant to be dipped into with strawberries or marshmallows, etc.

    Again – think dessert dip. (Chickpeas are very often used in healthy baking.)
    I haven’t tried it … but I might just out of curiosity. Low in sugar and devoid of harmful ingredients, I’m curious to see if they managed to make it high in taste.
    [DISCLAIMER: I’m a holistic nutritionist.]

  7. Seth Goltzer

    Isn’t it wonderful, gluten free flavored sawdust at premium prices….P T Barnum would be proud. That label has more nutritional value than the contents…..

    • India Penney

      Quite the contrary … garbanzo beans and coconut do have nutritional value – although marginal in this instance. But remember: this is a dessert dip. Certainly, chocolate cake and a snickers bar aren’t nutritious, either.
      As for the flavor, I haven’t tasted it, but apparently Mark Cuban thought they were delicious, which is why he invested half a million dollars in the company. [I’ve just been doing some research! 🙂
      As a nutritionist, I would much rather my clients dip a handful of apple slices and strawberries into this, than have a bowl of ice cream.

  8. Caroline Howe

    All I can say is Ugh!
    Really, who needs this as a dessert dip….or even at all?

    • Kiri Woods

      It’s for people who do not eat dairy – or are trying to reduce dairy products.

  9. Vanessa Bradford

    Try them they are delicious. And they are called dessert hummus so not misleading. Thinking out of the box!

  10. Mark J. Marcus

    What is the big deal? If you don’t want it, JUST DON’T BUY IT.

  11. Lisa Newman

    I actually have been making a homemade version of the Brownie Batter Hummus for years (my kids dip fruit in it with breakfast!) and it’s AWESOME. I make it with black beans, cocoa powder, almond milk, cashew butter, and coconut sugar. Don’t knock it until you try it! Really!

    Recipe for anyone interested (I add a little almond milk to this): https://mywholefoodlife.com/2016/05/27/brownie-batter-hummus/

  12. Chris Grimm

    “It’s a floor wax AND a dessert topping.”