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Easy Cheesey Dip

January 12, 2009

At work, we all decided to have a little Christmas party on Christmas Eve.  Everyone agreed to bring a few things that we could snack on throughout the day.  The desserts were already taken care of so I decided that I would make some sausage balls, so we could have something to eat on during the morning, and then I also made some dip. 

I wanted to make a dip that was pretty easy and that didn’t need to be heated or kept warm while being served.  I started looking around on different websites to see if there was anything that just jumped out at me.  It’s amazing how many different dips there are; it can be overwhelming especially if you don’t have an idea of what kind you want to make.  I finally came across this dip on the Kraft Foods website and thought it sounded pretty good.  There were very minimal ingredients and it would only take a matter of minutes to put together.  Since I had some other stuff I needed to do in the kitchen I decided this was the one I would go with.

This dip was so easy to put together and didn’t take hardly any time at all.  The recipe called for real bacon bits but I used real bacon and crumbled it up; which I think made it even better.  I made it the night before so it could chill over night and so the flavors would infuse a little better.  This is a dip that would be great served at any type of gathering any time throughout the year.  

Bacon Cheddar Dip

Bacon Cheddar Dip 

Ingredients:

1 (16oz.) Container reduced fat sour cream

1 Cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded

4-6 Slices bacon, cooked and crumbled (I used 6 slices because I wanted quite a bit of bacon)

2 Green onions, sliced

Crackers to serve with dip (I used Triscuits)

Directions:

Mix all ingredients together (except crackers) and refrigerate at least an hour before serving.

 

Bacon Cheddar Dip 

 Recipe Source: Kraft Foods

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One Comment leave one →
  1. January 12, 2009 2:19 pm

    Bacon and cheddar? How could I not love this?! 🙂

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