25 Reviews

Very good dip. Simple to make, flavor compliments veggies. Thanks.

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Leta January 18, 2003

This recipe just shows that simple can be very good. I thought I would add lots of things to this, but after tasting it I left as it was. Before I added the bacon I halved it, then put the bacon in and that portion was eaten as a dip with cellery and pita bread bits. The rest I put in the fridge and used it two days later, added bacon, garlic, green chopped onion, chopped yellow pepper and topped a baked potato with it. We really enjoyed this, thank yo

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Pets'R'us January 08, 2003

Delicious!! I added 4 oz soft cream cheese!

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Bella Rachelle February 12, 2010

My grandma always makes this for family parties and everyone loves it! Your recipe is just as good as grandmas, and thats a compliment. I always have this on toasted bread squares. Tastes just like a BLT that way. Thanks for posting a great recipe!

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Kristen in Chicago February 28, 2004

This is a great dip for both vegetables and assorted crackers. Simple ingredients and easy to prepare. I used plum tomatoes. And, yes, I should have doubled the reicpe. Thanks so much, Karen.

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Merlot December 30, 2003

Delicious dip. I made for DS's birthday party and we loved it. I made burgers the next day and we slathered some dip in the buns.....OMG. It was amazing. Thank you for sharing this versatile dip/spread with us.

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mommyoffour June 11, 2013

I served this when I needed to bring an appetizer to a party for 20 people. I added 4 oz. cream cheese as other posters had suggested, and I think most people liked it, but nobody raved. Considering how incredibly fattening (it's almost 100% saturated fat- before you add the chips!) it is, I probably won't make it again.

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JolieCat April 06, 2010

This dip is a new holiday tradition at our hosue! I did add some green onion to mine, so good!!!

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raekayjoy December 26, 2009

Oh yeah this is a favorite here. Been making this for as along as I can remember. People will be glued to the snack tray for this!

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Mandy ny May 23, 2009

We went to a party where this was one of the biggest hits! Making this for our Memorial Day cook-out/pool party and this is sure to be a HUGE hit! To make it easier I used canned diced tomatos (rinsed, drained and patted dry) and about 10 spring onions (or you could use chives). The hubby and our oldest, saw it in a container in the fridge and they just raided some... said it was better than the one at the party... I also am serving with toast triangles (as in the origional party) as that really brought the BLT flavor home! Thanks Karen for posting this awsome casual summer appetizer!!!

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BratGyrl May 22, 2009
BLT Dip