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need a dip recipe that will be a HIT
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I'm going to a party Saturday night, and I need a good dip recipe (that can be served cold). There will be about 50 people there, so I need something that's easy to double...or quintuple . I have a few recipes pinned on Pinterest, but would love to make something tried and true. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance for your ideas!


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I tried a dip I found on piniterest. It was called "pool dip". Very yummy and a hit at the last two cookouts we had.
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This one is really good...
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Cheddar Bacon Ranch Dip

16 oz sour cream
1 packet Ranch dressing mix
3 oz bacon bits (in the bag not jar)
1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

Mix together and refrigerate 24 hours. Serve with chips and/or veggies.
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taco dip in a 13x9 pan

16 oz sour cream
16 oz cream cheese, whipped or softened
1 envelope taco seasoning
Mix with mixer in bowl

Top with lettuce, cheddar cheese, chopped tomato. Serve with favorite taco/nacho chips, frito scoopables, etc.

Can add other ingredients like olives, beans, etc.

Always a hit where ever I take it.
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Old 07-05-2012, 04:39 PM
 
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this one is a labor of love

Baked Potato Dip (sans baked potato )

2- 8oz cream cheese
8oz sour cream
2 c. shredded cheddar
1 lb bacon, cooked and chopped
4 green oinions chopped
dash worcestershire sauce

mix
bake on 350 degrees for 90 minutes
serve with crackers


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Fruit Dip

1 block cream cheese
1 container marshmallow cream

Mix together with mixer and serve with fruit. I always use grapes, strawberries, and pineapple. This dip is so simple but there is never any left!
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cheesecake dip
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http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Chocolate-Chip-Dip

I've made this several times and I NEVER bring any home! I usually get chocolate animal crackers to serve with it. graham cracker sticks are great too.
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More PT recipes!!
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I have two:

Cake Batter Dip
1 pkg of cake mix (I use Funfetti)
1 1/2 cups vanilla yogurt
2 C Cool Whip
(You can use other flavors of cake mix and yogurt)

Mix well in a bowl, add the funfetti candies and let sit for at least an hour. Serve with animal crackers or fresh fruit.

The Worlds Easiest Dip
One jar jar salsa of your choice
1 ripe avocado

Mash the avocado and mix with the salsa. Done. This is always a hit and I'm always embarrassed to share how easy it is. (The young man teacher I work with takes this to parties and eveyone loves it.)

Have fun at your party!
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Old 07-05-2012, 06:29 PM
 
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So easy and DELICIOUS!!!!! Got it off Pinterest! My friend and I just sat there and ate and ate and ate! The kids loved it too!


Caramel Cheesecake Apple Dip
Yields enough for a small crowd (half a recipe would be enough for about 5 people)


Ingredients:
2 (8 oz) pkg cream cheese, chilled
1 cup caramel ice cream topping, chilled (I used Hershey's in the glass jar---14 oz---I used almost the whole thing as when I was putting it in a measuring cup it was making a mess so I just dumped it in the bowl!!)
1 store bought graham cracker pie crust, crumbled


Directions:
Place cream cheese in a mixing bowl and using an electric mixer, whip cream cheese until smooth and fluffy for about 1 minute. Stir in caramel ice cream topping. Break graham cracker pie crust into pieces and place pieces in a ziploc bag, then seal bag and using a rolling pin crush graham cracker crust pieces until finely broken (there should no longer be chunks). Serve with apple slices. Dip apple slices into caramel cheesecake dip then into broken graham cracker crust. Store cheesecake dip in refrigerator up to one week.
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I second the pinterest pool dip! So yummy!
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I make buffalo chicken dip
Old 07-06-2012, 02:55 AM
 
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and it's always gone! It's easy to double as well.

1 bottle of Texas Pete Wing Sauce
2 packages of light cream cheese (can use regular, but if I can cut calories, I do)
1 small container of reduced fat blue cheese
4 chicken breasts

Boil the chicken breasts until you can easily shred them. Put all the ingredients together in a glass baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. You can serve it hot or cold - that's what I like it! I use tortilla chips if it's hot and crackers if it's cold. You can also use celery sticks.
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Cookie Dough Dip
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This is a healthy option! Serve with graham crackers or vanilla wafers.
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I was going to suggest buffalo chicken dip but that needs to be warm.

One of my quick easy go-tos is to spread a block of cream cheese on a plate and top with pepper jelly. Serve with crackers. SO good. I also do the taco dip someone else mentioned.
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Old 07-06-2012, 01:56 PM
 
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We also do the cream cheese and pepper jelly. Another version is cream cheese with A1 on top. Sounds funny, but it is yummy with some ritz crackers.
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