Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a recipe I adopted from the Recipezaar account. KC Cooker tested it out as part of an adoptee swap and had some great suggestions. I've changed the recipe to incorporate her suggestions and I think the end result is a nice improvement.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend all of the ingredients together until smooth.
  2. Cover and chill.


Most Helpful

Made for a boiled shrimp tray to take to a potluck card party get together and it vanished! I changed it to equal 1 c each miracle whip and sour cream- used light versions of both. Used Tony Cachere's Cajun Season 2 t and 1/2 t cayenne. Also added a couple dashes of hot sauce- I use Frank's Red Hot- just to add an zip. I will be making this again- next time maybe a little garlic powder? Really easy recipe that has lots of possibility.

Mama's Kitchen (Hope) February 24, 2006

I made this recipe that TK adopted as part of a recipe swap. I originally made the recipe with Mayo and wasn't crazy about it but knew it had some great potential. I then made another batch, but made it with Miracle Whip, thinking that would add some additional flavor & zest to it. It did and was fabulous! I used 1 tsp of Cayenne Pepper and 1/2 tsp of Cajun seasoning. We used this dip for tomatoes and cucumbers and it was fabulous! The kids, my dh and I all enjoyed it. Excellent veggie dip!

Dine & Dish February 26, 2005

This dip tastes pretty much the way you'd imagine these 3 ingredients would taste together. It's way too mayonnaise-y, although the cayenne makes a pitiful attempt to add flavor. I made this dip today and tried carrot sticks, califlower, celery sticks, pretzel sticks & cheese crackers. Nothing seemed to really go well with this. Maybe I should have had some sort of seafood dipper? I wouldn't recommend this dip to anyone, unless you are a true mayonnaise-lovin' fiend.

Fauve December 12, 2004

Join the Conversation

  • all
  • reviews
  • tweaks
  • q & a