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Made this to take as an appetizer on Thanksgiving . . . served with pita chips and veggie sticks. Delicious! My daughter and I had the leftovers for breakfast!
This was pretty delicious. I accidentally added the whole 8oz block of cream cheese instead of half but it came out great. Also added a little bacon grease (about 1/8 cup) to really kick the bacon flavor up. Very good and will certainly make again. Thanks for posting.
YUM!! I substituted Morning Star Farms Bacon for the bacon but otherwise made as directed. I was out of lettuce but that would have only made this recipe better! I made this for game night and it was gone in a flash. I served mine with white corn tortilla chips and I will be making this again and again! Thank you for sharing this!
Not a fan, very thick and salty. Maybe it was the brand of bacon I used. Thanks for posting anyways!
I already made this recipe 4 times and it became the favourite dip that I serve during BBQs. While cooking bacon, I add the onions as well as I prefer cooked onions rather then raw. I use 3 medium onions instead. I have already shared this recipe with 2 aunties who took the bowl near them and didn't stop eating until it finished :)
Wahoo! This was terrific! Bacon makes everything better. ;) The crunch of the green pepper is essential and lends a crispness to the dip. I didn't add onions and it was still a great dip. Thank you for the recipe, I'll definately add this to my favorites. I made this for my family 4th of July BBQ.
This recipe is awesome! My family loves it when it is in dip form, but to change things a little I made it into a pasta dish, just mixed it normally and put penne pasta in it. Awesome!
This was delicious. Everyone loved it. I added a little Beau Monde and Herbes de Provence.
it was just ok. Had a ton of it left over.
An absolute winner! I took this to a party along with a couple of other dips and this was the one that everyone kept commenting on. Will definitely make again! The only change I made was to chop the bacon prior to cooking it instead of crumbling it after.