this is a great blending of flavors. I thought I would omit the onion, because I'm not crazy about them, but I found a few lonely green ones in the bottom of the fridge, so I put them in. I didn't put the lettuce on, and I don't think it needed it anyway.I didn't get some of the bacon crisp enough, so I had some bacon "shreds" when the crackers were dipped, not a real attractive sight. This dip was my contribution to the NY's buffet at work, and it was the first to go, and I had to print out the recipe for everyone!! It is absolutely delicious!! Can't wait till next summer to use a fresh garden tomato instead of those plastic ones in the stores now!!!!
I have made this several times and everyone loves it, I even subbed low fat cheeses for it once and it turned out to be delicious!
VERY easy to make, and the flavors were wonderful together. Almost made myself sick trying it at home then took a good bit of it to work and it was a hit with my co-workers. Thanks for the recipe!
Oh Manda, you made my family very happy with this recipe. It is fast and easy to make and the flavors are just great together. Thanks for sharing.
great dip!! everyone at worked loved this one!
great recipe keep up the good work
Hey Manda. This dip truly is AWESOME. I found myself dipping everything(including my finger) Good one.
Great base dip! Of course I tweaked it to make it low fat (fat free miracle whip and low fat sc and cream cheese) -- left out green pepper, added 1/2 c tomato paste, used 1 clove real garlic, added red pepper flakes and Italian seasonings.
This was good party recipe. My husband liked it more that I did. The garlic flavor was a little overpowering for me. I didn't add the green pepper and I think I need more bacon. I will definately try again with a little tweeking.
This was a HUGE hit at the lake this weekend! I did add some chopped up salami and alittle dill relish. The longer it chilled the better flavor it got. I liked how easy it was to make too. This will go into my favorites for future times. Thanks for sharing the recipe!