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!
This is my Southern California family recipe with perfectly balanced flavors, from the land of avocados.
This is a sweet and hot variation of traditional buffalo sauce. It can be used as a dipping sauce or to coat your wings.
This colorful dip packed with cheese and olives tastes great and is so easy to make, you'll never need to wonder what you're going to bring to the party. Don't forget plenty of tortilla chips!
A very easy seafood dip. All you do is dump in the ingredients and give a quick stir. Your slow cooker does the rest while you relax and watch the pre-game show.
A thick, spicy, meaty, cheesy dip that comes together in your slow cooker. If you're making this on football Sunday, put it on a little before kickoff of the first game and it's ready just after kickoff of the second one.
An easy cheese dip with plenty of meat. No one will go hungry with this dip on the table.
The sweetness of caramelized onions, tartness of blue cheese and spice of cayenne pepper come together in this amazing onion dip. It's even vegetarian, though you won't believe it from the taste.
Try this easy guacamole for your next football gathering or tailgate party. You can make this recipe over and over if you keep plenty of lime juice on hand.
The classic medley of green peppers, celery salt and cayenne pepper lend a Cajun flavor to your guacamole.
A fresh tomato adds an extra hint of summer sun into this easy guacamole.
An extra dose of lime (and a small splash of hot sauce) gives this easy guacamole a definite kick.
A spicy homemade hummus with the bold flavor of sun dried tomatoes.
Try salsa of a different color. Tomatillos and an avocado combine to make a spicy, authentic salsa verde: that is, green salsa.
A hearty but easy salsa with tomato, mango, avocado, corn and black beans as the feature ingredients.
Whenever you get your hands on fresh pineapple, you'll want to make this tasty, easy salsa.
A simple, warm, authentic Mexican salsa to serve with chips or on burritos, tacos or enchiladas.
An easy salsa recipe for a large Super Bowl party or man cave gathering.
Basil and tomato blend perfectly in this completely unspicy salsa.