I can't believe I forgot to take a photo of this awesome recipe. After seeing diners photo I had to try it for our 4th of July party and so glad I did. Recieved rave reviews and everyone wanted more. It was so easy to make exactly as per directions and the flavors blended so well that I didn't (and wouldn't) change a thing. There was not a piece left. I'll just have to make again soon so I can get the photo.
We loved this dip!! I made 1/4 of the recipe to have as a snack since we ate a late breakfast. We loved the flavor combination from the cheeses, onion and the texture of the crispy almonds. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT.
This is such a wonderful spread! It is cheesy, thick, creamy and very addicitive! The onion and swiss go great with the spices and the almonds add the perfect crunch. I roughly chopped mine and sprinkled them on top.
Everyone loved this dip and I will certainly make it again as it was also very easy to do.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this great keeper with us, starry!
Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #35 June 2011.
This is EXCELLENT. Loved the ooey-gooey cheese. The horseradish gave it just the right amount of zip and the almonds is a nice touch. Can't wait to make this again, Starrynews.
Great creamy dip! Made last night for the Super Bowl! However, by the time I remembered to take photos we had devoured it! Instead of using straight horseradish I used creamy horseradish and it worked out perfectly for our tastes. *Next Day: I made a small batch so I could take some photos! Made for the Potluck Tag Game!
This was delightful, and very easy to make. It was nice to serve something other than the standard hot dips we have all become accustomed to. I will definitely be making this again! Made for Potluck Tag Game.
This was really yummy! I took it to a little holiday party I was having with some friends and everyone loved it. I love the combination of the Swiss cheese and cream cheese. The horseradish gave it a nice little bite. The almonds were a nice touch as most of these spreads use walnuts or pecans. I served it with assorted crackers. Thanks for sharing!