Easy Lemon Dill Hummus

Lemon dill hummus in beige serving dish with olive oil drizzled on top, cucumbers dipped in and on the side, and golden spoon scooped into the hummus

This easy lemon dill hummus is smooth, creamy, and perfect for snacking! It’s made with simple ingredients: chickpeas, olive oil, tahini, garlic, lemon, salt, pepper, and fresh dill. This hummus recipe was updated in May 2022 with a new photos and tips for making your hummus super smooth!

Lemon dill hummus in beige serving dish with olive oil drizzled on top, cucumbers dipped in and on the side, and golden spoon scooped into the hummus

Friends, get your pita chips, crackers, and veggies ready, because this easy lemon dill hummus is smooth, creamy, and made for hardcore snacking! Spring is a time for fresh herbs and bright flavors, so we’re coming in hot with bright lemon and fresh dill.



For this hummus we’ll need all the usual hummus suspects, plus our flavor of the day: lemon and dill.

Hummus ingredients on gray and white surface
  • Canned chickpeas – I love using canned as a time saver (instead of dried). Typically when our hummus craving hits, it hits hard, and soaking dried beans becomes a ‘next time’ thing.
  • Baking soda – The secret for super smooth hummus! Boiling canned chickpeas with baking soda helps get the skins off the chickpeas easily, plus it makes them somewhat mushy, which makes super creamy hummus.
  • Tahini – The key ingredient in hummus for its signature flavor and smooth, creamy texture.
  • Olive oil – Another key ingredient in hummus for rich, delicious flavor.
  • Garlic – A hummus essential!
  • Lemon – We typically put lemon in hummus either way, but we’ll use the juice of one whole lemon for this batch!
  • Fresh dill – One of my favorite fresh herbs of spring.
  • Salt – To enhance the overall flavor of the hummus.
  • Pepper – For added flavor.
  • Ice water – Blending this in to the hummus at the end makes the hummus SUPER smooth and fluffy!


Below are the steps for making this easy lemon dill hummus, plus some steps included to help make your hummus as smooth as possible.

Fresh garlic slices in lemon juice, resting it bottom of food processor

Place garlic and lemon juice in the base of your food processor. As the garlic sits in the acidic lemon, it will take the edge off of its spicy bite.

Chickpeas and baking soda in small blue pot

While the garlic macerates in lemon juice, add chickpeas to a pot with water and baking soda. Boil the chickpeas for 12 minutes. You will start to see the chickpea skins float to the top; feel free to skim those off the surface as the chickpeas boil.

Cooked chickpeas draining in metal strainer

Drain the cooked chickpeas, and remove any skins that are easy to pick out. No need to be perfect!

Hummus ingredients in food processor

Once the chickpeas have cooled a bit, add them to your food processor along with all other ingredients, except for the ice water.

Lemon dill hummus ingredients blended together in food processor before adding ice water to smooth it out

Blend for at least one minute, until smooth.

Lemon dill hummus blended together in food processor

Pour the ice water into the feed tube (if your food processor has one; otherwise just pour it in), and allow the food processor to run for another minute while the ice water drips in.

Finally, give it a taste test and add more salt or spices as needed. Serve with freshly cracked pepper, fresh dill, and olive oil drizzled on top!

Lemon dill hummus in beige serving dish with olive oil drizzled on top, with golden spoon

Hint: To serve this hummus in a beautiful way, set aside a few chickpeas before you boil the rest. At the end, run the back of a spoon across the hummus in its serving bowl to create some ridges, and create a small divot in the center. Add the chickpeas to the divot and drizzle olive oil over the top so that it creeps into all the crevices you created on the surface. This olive oil will protect the surface (keep it moist and fresh), plus it looks beautiful!


Once you have a basic hummus recipe down, there are ingredient variations you can use to intensify or modify the flavors.

  • Herbs – Trade fresh dill for fresh parsley, basil, or your favorite herb.
  • Olive oil – Try an infused olive oil for extra flavor.
  • Garlic – Roast your garlic or use garlic confit for a delicious garlic flavor without the bite of raw garlic. I shared how we mitigate this above, but roasted and confit garlic are alternative options that will add TONS of flavor!
  • Tahini sauce – Double down on tahini?? Yes, please. Drizzle tahini sauce over the top of your hummus before serving. It’ll sit on top of the hummus and flow until all the crevices, and add a rich and creamy flavor. It’s SO good!
  • Spicy – Spice up your hummus by adding a tablespoon of chili paste or teaspoon of chili pepper flakes to your hummus before blending.
Lemon dill hummus in beige serving dish with olive oil drizzled on top, with golden spoon, and hand dipping a cucumber slice into the hummus


Store fresh hummus in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 8 days. To best preserve hummus in the fridge, I recommend drizzling a thin layer of olive oil over the top before sealing the container.

Lemon Dill Hummus FAQs

Does hummus freeze well?

Technically, you can freeze hummus and thaw when you’re ready to use it. But, the longer the hummus is frozen, the more the texture changes. I recommend enjoying homemade hummus while it’s fresh!

How should I serve hummus?

Hummus is best served with some good quality olive oil drizzled on top, alongside any of your favorite pits chips, crackers, and raw or roasted veggies! You can also serve it with eggs, on toast, or as a sandwich/wrap spread.

Top tip

Before serving, allow the hummus to soften at room temperature for about 15-30 minutes. It’ll taste delicious either way, but room temperature homemade hummus is softer!


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Easy Lemon Dill Hummus

Lemon dill hummus in beige serving dish with olive oil drizzled on top, with golden spoon

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5 from 2 reviews

This easy lemon dill hummus is super smooth and creamy, flavored with lemon and fresh dill! Serve with pita chips, crackers, veggies, or use as a sandwich spread.

  • Author: Tera
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 12
  • Total Time: 22 minutes
  • Yield: 1.5 cups
  • Category: Appetizers, snacks
  • Method: Food processor
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean



  • 12 cloves fresh garlic, sliced
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ cup tahini
  • 2 tbsp olive oil, plus more for serving
  • 34 tablespoon fresh dill
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • ¼ cup ice water


  1. Macerate garlic. Place sliced garlic in the base of a food processor with the lemon juice. Allow to sit in the lemon juice while you cook the chickpeas.
  2. Cook the chickpeas. Place the chickpeas and baking soda in a small pot and cover with water. Bring the water to a boil and reduce to a simmer, and allow the chickpeas to boil for 12 minutes. This will soften the chickpeas and encourage their skins to fall off naturally. While the chickpeas boil, you can skim the chickpea skins off the surface of the water.
  3. Drain chickpeas & discard skins. Once the chickpeas have boiled, they will look mushy — that’s okay! Drain the chickpeas and rinse them in cool water. If you see any skins, pick them out and discard. It doesn’t have to be perfect!
  4. Combine & blend. Combine all ingredients in a food processor or high-speed blender, and blend for a full minute. Add ice water through the food processor feed tube or directly into the blender. Then, blend again for one more full minute. Taste and add more salt if needed.
  5. Serve. Spoon the hummus onto a platter and use the back of a spoon to smooth and create some shallow crevices in the surface. Drizzle olive oil over the top and allow it to pool within the crevices – YUM! Sprinkle with more fresh dill and freshly cracked pepper.



  1. Boiling the chickpeas. Because of the baking soda added to the boiling water, sometimes it can boil over. Just keep the chickpeas at a simmer and keep an eye on it, stirring occasionally, and this should keep it from boiling over.
  2. Store Instructions. Store hummus in an airtight container and drizzle a thin layer of olive oil over the top to keep the surface fresh. Enjoy within 8 days.

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