Baked Potato Dip II Recipe
Classic toppings including sour cream, Cheddar cheese, green onions, and bacon are mixed up in this family-friendly appetizer. Serve this dip with thick cut potato chips for even more baked potato flavor.
All the ingredients you love on a steaming baked potato -gathered up into one rich dip. Serve it with chips for a refreshing change from the requisite crock of onion mix.
Sour cream, Cheddar cheese, and green onions are topped with 3 pounds of bacon to make this crowd-pleasing Big Game loaded baked potato dip.
My mom's Seven Layer Dip is a big hit at all small gatherings! Refried beans are layered with guacamole, seasoned sour cream, veggies and cheese. It's perfect for dipping tortilla chips! The dip traditionally takes less time to disappear into bellies than it does to prepare.
Multipurpose dip for veggies, chips, etc.. and no mayonnaise! Easy to double, or halve. If you do not have fresh dill, use 1/3 the amount of dried dill.
I made this exactly as written initially, it was too thick as a dip for a fragile potato chip so I added a bit more sour cream to make it more spreadable. I let it sit for over a day before serving it thinking it would give it great flavor.. It was just okay, maybe if you were to fry up real bacon it would taste a little better. I almost wonder if it would be better hot because of the cheeses in it. If I were to make it again I would probably add some fresh garlic and real bacon then I would try baking it in the oven for a half hour and see if that helps the consistency and flavor.
Who can deny the popularity of artichokes and spinach blended with cheeses? Try this hot, flavorful dip with toasted bread or tortilla chips.
This easy recipe was a HIT!!! It was YUMMY made exactly as it is written (I used lower fat cream cheese and sour cream) and tastes just like the delicious toppings that go on a loaded baked potato! Served it with crinkled low salt potato chips and that was perfect to feel like you are eating a loaded baked potato! The large bowl it made quickly disappeared and the crowd loved it! This is keeper.
I used my own homemade dry ranch dressing mix and upped the onions. I also splurged and used real bacon, a half pound that I cooked to a crisp and crumbled. The cheese I used was sharp cheddar. I threw this together early this morning and let it set most of the day until I got home from work, my husband and I have eaten most of it--there's nothing left for Christmas. Whoops. We loved it!