Oh boy, I knew I would love this dip. Loved the combination of cheeses, bacon and scallions. I made 1/4 of the recipe and had to use sliced almonds, what I had on hand, which I added them from the beginning of the baking, so they then were toasted. I served it with Ritz crackers for a great lunch. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for Photo Tag Game.
Made just half a recipe as it was kind of a test-run to see if it might be something I'd want to make for one of the groups I host each month, & believe me, it's now on schedule! This is a wonderfully tasty dip that will be a big hit, I just know it will! Many thanks for a great recipe keeper! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
Wonderfully easy and quick to make, with great flavour.
A great dip recipe-thanks.
Made for AUS/NZ Recipe Swap #59.
This is excellent! I made it this afternoon in my mini crockpot and used the dip on top of roasted potatoes. Soooo good! I held back on the almonds-I will top with those tomorrow when we have the rest of the dip with crackers! Made for Culinary Quest 2015
I am so glad I tried this dip! I made this last night for hubby and I to munch on during the football game. I was going to halve the recipe for just the two of us, but I made the entire batch. I'm happy that I did... between just us, we polished it off and skipped dinner altogether. I made this exactly as written, with the exception that I did not put any nuts on top. It was so warm, gooey and fabulous! I served it with homemade pita chips and store bought bagel chips. Definitely saving this one! Thanks for posting. (Made for PRMR)
This is a great dip and we really enjoyed it. I must tell you about a mistake I made while whipping this up - I was looking at the laptop, and it went to sleep, as I was measuring ingredients together...I didn't wake it back up, as I'd read through the recipe 3-4 times. Well, it actually calls for 2 tsp. of the dijon, which I mistakenly *remembered* as 2 TBSP. OMGoodness, but it was too late - I'd already mixed up everything together. So, I added 2-3 tbsp. of mayo and another 2 oz. or so of the cream cheese, to try to bring that flavor down a bit. I also added a touch of honey, hoping to offset the dijon. I mixed about half of the almonds in with everything else, topping with the remainder. I was successful, but the lesson is, RE-READ the recipe, even if you 'know' what is in the recipe and are sure of the amounts. LOL Thanks for sharing a great dip, LifeIsGood!
Great dip! Thanks, LifeIsGood! Made for Aussie New Zealand Recipe Swap #59.