Empty the chickpeas plus their juices into a microwaveable bowl, along with the peeled cloves of garlic and set the timer to 5 minutes. While this is going, plug in your food processor and assemble the other ingredients. Add hot mixture to machine along with everything bar the olive oil. Whiz one tablespoon of oil into the processor until it reaches your preferred consistency. I like mine smooth but not liquid.
Spoon into a sealable tupperware and drizzle with the remaining tablespoon of oil and a pinch of paprika. Experiment with other add-ins such as lemon, cumin, or tahini instead of peanut butter. This is a super-easy, super-quick recipe which is great to have on hand if you have a can of chickpeas in the cupboard. It's cheap and versatile and great smeared on a multi-grain sandwich with leftover roast sweet potato and kale, or as a twist on a classic snack served with carrot sticks.