My mother prepared this dish (along with another simple appetizer consisting of chilled cocktail shrimp stuck with festive toothpicks along side a dish of cocktail sauce) every Christmas as far back as I can remember. It is a creamy, savory blend of easy-to-find ingredients that showcases the rich flavor of the clams. Stay with the mentioned brands and you'll never be disappointed. Serve with Ruffles(R) Original potato chips.
This party dip never comes home. I make it and take it. Then when the game's over, all I have to do is take home the empty dish!
A quick and easy appetizer similar to what it is found in restaurants. It's pretty tasty stuff, and it's always the first to go at get-togethers!
My mother was making this recipe before I was born. Although there have been a few changes over the years, this remains the one appetizer that is always served at family functions.
A very simple, but good, dip made from your favorite canned chili and cream cheese. I know it sounds questionable, but it's really quite good, quick and cheap to make, and better than you'd think. And kids usually love it!
This tasty appetizer is perfect for parties or just for small get togethers. Try with bread or tortilla chips.
True Louisiana backwoods crabmeat au gratin.
Back in the day I had to work, it was 12-hour shifts, 7 days in a row. On Sundays when we were on daytime shifts (we worked nights, too, but not on the same week!), we'd get together and bring in a really nice dinner. This dip was always required, not just by my crew, but by the day-staffers that came in on Monday, too!
This recipe is my version of the ranch dressing at a famous restaurant chain. Easy and quick to whip together and it goes great with veggies, fries, buffalo wings, and maybe even cereal if you are a ranch junkie like me : )
I like a little cheese on my tossed green salads. Parmesan, Cheddar, mozzarella, bleu, Roquefort - crumbled, grated, shaved or even julienned, cheese just adds a nice creaminess to a salad. So why not make a dressing with a mild Cheddar flavor? This one is just great and works well to dip raw vegetables into as well.
What's better than eating a bacon cheeseburger? Why, scooping bacon cheeseburger dip up on mini bagel chips, of course!
Spicy and creamy with chunks of chicken breast, this dip comes hot and bubbling out of the oven. Serve with scooper chips for those Ohio State Buckeye Football Saturdays!
Hot chicken and cheese dip, perfect for tailgates.
Better hot than not! This is the cheesiest, meatiest, spiciest cheese dip you're ever going to find.
Creamy, spicy and above all, easy nachos. Ready in just 15 minutes, so you could make these suckers during halftime. Inspired by kaitiura's "Simple Chili Cream Cheese Dip."
Crazy flavors, couldn't be easier to make, goes with crackers, bread and raw veggies.
A great dip for everything from game day to potluck dinners, you can use this dip as a sandwich spread or even a salad dressing. For a little added zing, use half green chile and half jalapeños, add a few shakes of Tabasco(R) or 1/8 teaspoon cayenne. Use corn, potato, pita or bagel chips or chunks of French bread for dipping.
Awesome dip! If you like collard greens, you will love this dip. Serve with toast, pita bread, or Tostitos(R) tortilla chips.
Do yourself a flavor and throw out that store-bought stuff. This is the real deal, powered by lime juice, fresh cilantro, and habanero pepper. Respect the habanero--it can and will hurt you! I dump this stuff on nachos, smear it on pizza, fold it in my omlette, and put it in my chili. Legends are made when you add additional habanero peppers!
Legendary QB Joe Montana throws out this dip featuring creamy Hass avocados and tomatillos for a spicy kick.