This recipe was brought to my grandmothers for our Christmas Eve dinner as an appetizer. The bowl was cleaned and everyone wanted the recipe. It's quick and easy and offers a twist on the original velveeta rotel dip. Dip with tortilla chips or fritos. You will love this dip!!!
Inspiration for this shot comes from the Jello Maven himself, Chaz Bosten Baden, and his archive of Jello shot recipes at http://www.boston-baden.com/hazel/Jello/. I have altered it to suit my tastes and used many other shots from his site, having since been named the "Jello Shot Master" by my friends.
This is so simple but so addictive fruit dip. It is great served with strawberries, canteloupe and bananas, but you can use any fruit of your choice. This is great for most any occasion and both kids and adults rave about this dip. Preparation time doesn't include chill time.
This is a recipe that I got off a food blog and tweaked to my liking. My ten year old daughter, Caroline, has eaten three batches in four days! It is so simple to make. I like it better after it has sat awhile in the fridge for the flavors to meld.
Hummus is a middle eastern food that is a sauce or dip. It is a vegetarian delight made from garbanzo beans and olive oil. It is very nutritious. It's great with crackers, pita bread, cucumber slices, carrots, and the like. This recipe came off of the can of garbanzo beans from the grocery store.
I got this recipe out of Paula Deen's newest cookbook. It is the best layered Mexican Dip I've ever had, not surprisingly. I've yet to try a Paula Deen recipe that wasn't awesome. The secret to this one is mixing the sour cream and mayo with the taco seasoning mix.
I got this recipe from a friend of mine years ago and it has become a staple for any parties thrown at my home now for the last 5 years. I hope you can enjoy it as much as we do, and it truely is super easy!!
A low-fat version for a delicious appetizer. Hummas usually includes tahini, a paste from ground sesame seeds, if you have some on hand add it also to suit your taste. Believe is or not, creamy peanut butter is a good substitution for the tahini flavour.
I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it's very simple and I usually have the ingredients around since it doesn't use tahini. I sometimes add roasted red peppers or pesto at the end - or make one of each to have red and green hummus at Christmas