Campri tomatoes stuffed with black bean hummus and spicy guacamole

Whoop hAss (Hummus & Guac Tomatoes)

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Whoop hAss (Hummus & Guacamole Tomatoes)

Bring Hummus & Guacamole Tomatoes to your next party!  Finding the right appetizer for a private party, especially when paying for small party catering, is not the easiest thing but you need a dish with flare and this is one of them! You want something with zing, and it’s this one.  This appetizer creates an explosion of freshness in your mouth.  Fresh and bright tomato cups, matched with the rich texture of bean hummus, and the creamy zip of guacamole.   You won’t find an easier appetizer to assemble.  Additionally Whoop hAss is perfect for all of those special diets- Vegetarian, Vegan, Keto, Lactose-free.

This simple and delicious appetizer will Guac Your World!


Four Simple Ingredients in this wonderful appetizer:

  • Campari tomatoes
  • Spicy Guacamole
  • Black Bean Hummus
  • Cilantro

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Where did Hummus come from?

Hummus is a creamy and nutritious spread that has quickly become a staple in the Western world.    Hummus, derived from the Arabic word “hummus,” means chickpeas, which are one of the essential ingredients of this dish.
However, the origin of hummus is in dispute among food historians, as records date back thousands of years. Some believe that the dish originated in ancient Egypt, where it was consumed by the wealthy and high-ranking members of society. Ancient texts mention a dish similar to hummus called “tahana,” which was made using chickpeas, tahini, and spices.
Others claim that it hails from the Levant region, which encompasses modern-day Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Israel, and Jordan. It is said that trading caravans brought the recipe for hummus to the Mediterranean, where it was adapted to include ingredients such as olive oil, cumin, and lemon juice.
Despite this controversy, most experts agree that hummus has been a part of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines for thousands of years, and that it has expanded in reach and popularity around the world in the last century. Chickpeas, the essential ingredient of hummus, originated in the Middle East, and their domestication dates back to 6700 BCE.
Hummus is no longer just a dip to be paired with bread or vegetables but is now used in a broad range of dishes, including sandwich and wrap fillings, salad dressings, and marinades. The significant popularity of hummus in the world has led to commercial availability in many countries. The dish has seen such success that variations such as beetroot, black bean, avocado, and Chili & black garlic have been introduced into markets.

What are the origins of guacamole?

Guacamole is a well-known and beloved dip  made from mashed avocados, onions, tomatoes, lime juice, and various seasonings. It is a staple in Mexican cuisine and is enjoyed all over the world. However, the exact origins of guacamole are unclear and hotly debated.
One possibility is that the dish was first created by the Aztecs in what is now modern-day Mexico. The Aztecs were known to have a strong culinary culture that included using avocado in their dishes. They also frequently consumed tomatoes, onions, and garlic, which are all common ingredients in modern-day guacamole. However, there is little concrete evidence to support this theory.
Another theory is that guacamole was created by the Mayans, who inhabited the same region as the Aztecs but at an earlier time. The Mayans were also known to have used avocados in their cooking and agriculture. However, like with the Aztecs, there is little definitive evidence to support this theory.
A more recent theory suggests that guacamole was actually created by the Spaniards after they arrived in the Americas. The Spaniards had a strong culinary tradition themselves, and they had likely encountered avocados during their travels to the Caribbean and Central America. A combination of their own cooking techniques and local ingredients with avocado to create guacamole – an impressive and delicious fusion of flavors.
Regardless of its origins, guacamole has become a fixture in Mexican cuisine and is now enjoyed all over the world. Today, there are countless variations of the dish, with different regions and households incorporating their own unique ingredients and seasonings. Despite the many debates about where guacamole really came from, one thing is certain – this incredibly smooth and tasty dip has captured the hearts and palates of people all over the world.



  • You can select mild guacamole for a more subtle flavor
  • Your selection of Guacamole and Bean Hummus can create slight differences- Check labels to comply with stricter diets.  You will love this recipe- Healthy, Quick and Delicious homemade snack
  • If Campari tomatoes are unavailable, choose a small, fresh tomato to keep the appetizer bite-sized.  Cherry or grape tomatoes are generally too small to work well for this recipe.  Salt and pepper to taste.  Garnish this Guacamole Hummus appetizer with fresh cilantro
  • Serve this 15 minute appetizer fresh.  If you prepare this app too early- colors could turn and things could get GUACWARD
  • Whoop hAss would be a great addition to a Charcuterie Tray.   Whoop hAss is super quick, easy to make and a great addition to any party menu.  Furthermore it is good for you


Make Hummus & Guacamole Tomatoes recipe

campri tomato, blackbean hummus, spicy guacamole, cilatro spring
5 from 41 votes

Whoop hAss

Campari Tomato filled with Black-bean hummus, and Hass Spicy Guacamole
Prep Time20 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: black bean hummus, easy appetizer, gluten-free, guacamole, Hass Guacamole, keto, lactose-free, spicy vegetable appetizer, vegetarian
Yield: 20
Author: Mila Bido


  • 10 Campari Tomatoes
  • 7 oz Spicy Guacamole
  • 10 oz Black Bean Hummus
  • Fresh Cilantro


  • Wash tomatoes
  • Cut tomatoes in half (around the middle of the tomato)
  • Use a spoon to remove the center of the tomatoes, so you end up with a smooth cup
  • Lightly salt tomatoes
  • Use a spoon or knife to fill the center of each tomato with Black Bean Hummus
  • Add a spoonful of guacamole on top of the hummus on each tomato half
  • Plant a small flag of Cilantro in the center of the Guacamole of each appetizer
  • Place Whoop hAss tomatoes on a tray

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Why do we love appetizers?

Research shows that savory appetizers whet our appetite and digestive system for a heavier meal to come. Appetizers are important to showcase your creativity.  They keep your guests satisfied while other foods are being prepared.  Lastly, since appetizers are generally quick to prepare, they can simplify and reduce the total time of preparation.  Delicious appetizers give us small tastes of amazing.


What pairs well with Hummus and Guacamole tomatoes?

Tray of lemons, Limoncello bottle, and small glasses of limoncelloLemon Mutha Pucker  You will love this fresh zesty citrus liqueur.  Such a beautiful Italian tradition. Enjoy it with an appetizer,  after dinner-  any time- especially on a warm and sunny day- Delizioso!



champagne glass with prossecco, Ver liqueur, ginger soda garnished with an apple and sprig of rosemaryReconstituted Vergin You will love the Reconstituted VERgin – a lovely multi-layered botanical spritz cocktail with notes of herbs, spices, seeds, bark, mint, and the sparkle of Prosecco.  Additionally, you will enjoy the Bubbles and Botanicals that make this cocktail mysterious and complex.

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7 Responses

  1. Great combination of flavors. Especially love the bean hummus and guac.
    This is fast, simple and healthy. Recommend

  2. I love the combination of black bean hummus, guacamole, and a sweet tomato. Ridiculously simple- but so fresh and full of flavor

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