Following the probiotic trend, I sampled the Wildwood Organics Probiotic Hummus in Spicy Cayenne. They were not kidding when they say this is spicy. I got the initial mouth burn from the spice and then it sort of mellowed down while I ate it. When I was done, the mouth burning sensation lingered for a bit. I can taste a little hint of the “probioticness” in the hummus because it had a little “probiotic soymilk” taste to it. Smooth, but not as creamy as I had hoped. The texture and the color reminds me of baby food — pureed carrots to be exact. One serving of 2 tablespoon (28g) is 70 calories, 2 WW, 5 grams of fat (0.5 gram saturated), no cholesterol, 95 milligram of sodium, 3 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of dietary fiber, 1 gram of sugar and 1 gram of protein. This product is Organic, Vegan, Kosher and contains live and active cultures. Ingredients: Fresh Cooked Garbanzo Beans* (Garbanzo*, water), Canola Oil*, Tahini*, Garlic*, Spices*, Sea Salt, Lemon or Lime Concentrate*, Cayenne Pepper*, Active Cultures (L. acidophilus, Bfidobacterium ssp., L casei) *Organic.
The Live Food Advantage — Promoting Healthy Digestion.
Creamy, Smooth & Full of Flavor Promoting Healthy Digestion
Contains Probiotic Cultures
Cooking Fresh Garbanzo Beans Since 1980
Other flavors that might interest you include: Classic, Indian Spice, Low Fat Classic, Raspberry Chipotle, and Roasted Red Pepper — all organic and probiotic of course. Probiotics in hummus, yogurt and soymilk now, I wonder what they will come up with next.
Retails: N/A (will update when I find out)
My Cost: Free
Calories: 70 per 2 tbsp