Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins

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

Ingredients Nutrition


  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**.


Most Helpful

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!

Just Call Me Martha January 21, 2003

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.

Blueberry August 27, 2002

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

Malyss February 05, 2007

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