7 Layer Bean Dip

Total Time
30 mins
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This 7 layer bean dip is great for Super Bowl parties, work parties, other gatherings! Pretty easy to make...you can use store bought guacamole if you can't find ripe avocados.

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  1. Mix avocados, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
  2. Mix mayonnaise, sour cream, and taco seasoning mix.
  3. Layer ingredients as follows.
  4. Bottom layer: Bean Dip.
  5. Second layer: Avocado mixture.
  6. Third layer: Sour cream mixture.
  7. Fourth layer: Tomatoes.
  8. Fifth layer: Onions.
  9. Sixth layer: Olives.
  10. Seventh layer: Cheese (I like to use Colby Jack cheese).
  11. Top with extra sour cream/olives/salsa, etc. if desired.
  12. Serve with tortilla chips.
  13. **This seems to be a little bit better if you can chill it for a few hours or over night to let the flavors intensify**.
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5 5

THIS SHOULD BE IN EVERYONE'S COOKBOOK. This colourful dip is usually "inhaled" at any party I have been to. In a pinch, when avocados are outrageously priced, I have either purchased frozen guacamole or left out that layer all together. It is still great. It is also nice to use a mixture of cheddar and jack cheese on top. I normally serve with a mixture of "blue", white and yellow tortilla chips. Great recipe!

5 5

This is the same recipe I've been making for many years. Every time I make it it gets devoured instantly. Absolutly the best. The only thing I do differently is to put the shredded cheese on right after the sour cream layer. Then I layer on the tomatoes, olives, and onions. I think it's prettier this way.

5 5

I used refried beans instead of "bean dip" and it came out great. This is a fabulous recipe. My friends loved it.