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    Everytime I bring this dip to any function I attend, I am always asked for the recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as my kids do....

    Recipe #186776

    I got this recipe from my friend Stacy, and I never have leftovers!

    Recipe #186444

    I was looking for this recipe give to someone...and it's not here!! This is my version of dill dip!! Stuff bell peppers with it, for a great presentation on your veggie tray!

    Recipe #187030

    I came up with this when I was craving CPK's Tostada Pizza. It's so easy to put together and it tastes and looks so fresh. I will definately be taking a picture of this one the next time I make it. Baking time is approximate depending on what brand of crust you use.

    Recipe #187179

    This is a really good sweet dip. Cook time is chill time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #187185

    This is from my best friend, Kristi. It is wonderful with Frito's. I'm putting it here to keep from losing it!!!

    Recipe #187253

    These mouth watering morsels make an appealing appetizer. They will be great with the holidays coming up. I use imitation crab if I don't have fresh crab.

    Recipe #187286

    A neat little appetizer that's just a little different.

    Recipe #187352

    these are easy to do,and are very good

    Recipe #14930

    My favorite spinach dip recipe rolled in flour tortillas! My most requested appetizer recipe.

    Recipe #131168

    This recipe came from Rachael Ray. It's easy, and delicious. I made it with smoked bratwurst to make it more "adult-friendly" and it worked great! We enjoyed the Super Bowl while munching on these.(Note: I agree with not needing the oil as a reviewer suggested. I don't use it either.)

    Recipe #114721

    3 Reviews |  By Ninna

    I first tried this years ago when a friend passed on the recipe. I whipped the ingredients together until thick and loved the result but later found my friend just stirred hers so her dip was quite liquidy. I actually prefer it whipped but either way guests enjoy it. I have also used Godiva or Mozart Liqueur (chocolate) depending on what I have available. I made this yesterday with Mozart Liqueur for JanS - she requested I submit the recipe.

    Recipe #87435

    This is an adopted recipe from Mean Chef. Mean Chefs words are: These little tid-bits are just plain yummy! They are great to fix when you are camping, or at home! Cooks Note: Bocconcini are small balls of fresh mozzarella. If they are unavailable, cut 8 ounces fresh mozzarella into 1-inch cubes.

    Recipe #169969

    This came from my Great Aunt Alta's recipe clipping collection. She got the recipe from the Sept 19, 1969 Chicago Tribune.

    Recipe #104735

    Easy to prepare and tasty appetizer.

    Recipe #185701

    1 Reviews |  By Nooney

    I got the recipe from my uncle, who got it from my aunt, and who knows where she got it. The fact is, everybody who tries this version of "queso" loves it. This recipe makes a lot of dip, so either make it for a party or plan on eating it for a while. I belive it yields approximately 8 cups of dip.

    Recipe #185699

    OK, so the ingredients sound a little weird but OMG this stuff is VERY addictive.

    Recipe #185715

    Simple and easy way to make yummy home made caramel corn! From a Home Improvement & Remodeling Magazine - Sept/Oct 2006

    Recipe #185721

    6 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    Although the vibrant pink color of this Middle Eastern dip is startling, the flavor is superb. There are many versions. Sometimes the beets are puréed and blended into the yogurt; other times, they are simply sliced or cubed; still other times, a little tahini is blended in for a deeper, richer flavor. In this recipe, the beets are simply grated with the shredding disk of a food processor, then folded into thick, creamy yogurt. Serve as a dip or an accompaniment to fish. Cook time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #185756

    This is such a simple recipe, barely any work at all. The final product is so pretty and can be served as an appetizer or dessert.

    Recipe #89167

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