Warm and Creamy Bacon Dip
|Total Fat||17 g|
|Dietary Fiber||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||2 g|
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Time to Table: 35 Minutes
Serves: 15 (5 tablespoons per serving)
The bacon bits were chewy. Would recommend real bacon. I thought it needed seasoning, put in liquid smoke and will add garlic powder as recommended below.
Making this tonight for a Lil new years gathering at work. My neighbor had it at her house a few weeks ago and I just had to have it again.
I made this for the first time...it is easy to make...Daisy Brand sour creme was excellent...I did exactly what the recipe Called for except the pepper seasoning. I had nothing but raves over this dip...the meshing of the ingrediences were unbelievable ! All 30 people love it because it was different, not the same O, same O! I would give this a 5 for a rating. Who ever thought of this, excellent!!! Rose Ann Nuesse
Made this for a Christmas Party. I used a 1-1/2 qt baking dish and it filled it to the top! I also added 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder, but next time I'd add a touch more. I used real bacon pieces I purchased in the grocery store that I preferred over the "bits." I've added this recipe to my collection. Try it.....you'll like it!
I have made this recipe a few times and it's been a hit every time! If you plan on bringing this to a gathering I would suggest you bring the recipe because people are going to want to copy it.
This is a great appetizer for the holidays or football parties. It makes a lot, but I have a hungry family so I doubled it. I also used 4 blend Mexican cheese a bit of crushed garlic and cracked black pepper. It was amazing!
i absolutly llove this dip! it is quite tasty! i am a grandma so i make it when my grandkids come inside from racking my leaves they like this warm dip to sooth themselves!
Made this dip for tonight's Christmas Eve family gathering and everyone was raving & asking for the recipe. Very fast and simple to make. I did "jazz" it up just a bit...added a small handful of parmesan cheese, a pinch of pepper flakes, a pinch of cajun seasoning, and 1/8 tsp of garlic powder. Mixed well and then sprinkled some crushed bacon, parmesan cheese and fresh chopped green onions on the top before I placed it in the oven. Also, I purchased a 1 1/2 qt covered casserole so that I could "gift" the casserole dish/dip to our hostess. Glad I didn't go any smaller than that size dish or there would have been overflow.
This recipe is also good cold served with chips. let sit for 30 min after mixed to let the flavors blend together. We call it the loaded potato dip.
I have made this dip for family gatherings and it is a huge hit. I have to make two servings of this dip because one is not enough.
Thanks for your review.