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Copycat Dunkin Hummus Toast

When Dunkin came out with their new menu offering of Hummus Toast I was practically in the car before the commercial had ended.  It was delicious, but I try really hard to limit my drive through spending to things that I can't or won't make at home, and I knew this was something I could. 

The most time intensive part of it is the roasted tomatoes, but once you do up a big batch or two they last in the fridge for a week or in the freezer for like a month. 


After that, it's all easy.  Toast the bread by your preferred method.  Regular toaster, toaster oven, on a griddle, whatever. I did mine on top of the toaster because my slices were huge. 


Slather on the hummus. The Dunkin (still feels weird to call it that!) version uses standard hummus, but my favorite right now is a red pepper variety so that's what I used.  

Lay on those beautiful roasted tomatoes and then sprinkle the whole thing with Za'atar seasoning. (Side note- there is sumac in this blend, which is a member of the cashew family, so heads up for tree nut folks)

Enjoy immediately and immensely!

Copycat Dunkin Donuts Hummus Toast

Copycat Dunkin Donuts Hummus Toast
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal


  • Two pieces sourdough bread
  • 1/4 cup Hummus (I like the roasted red pepper variety)
  • 8 to 10 slices roasted tomatoes
  • 1/4 teaspoon Za'atar seasoning, see note


Toast bread to desired doneness. Spread with hummus. Top with roasted tomato slices. Sprinkle with Za'atar seasoning. Serve immediately.


I used Za'atar seasoning from Spice House. I do want to note that this seasoning contains sumac which is in the cashew family.

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Inger said…
I haven't had this there but love hummus and tomatoes, so yum!

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