Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

My sister in-law made this on one of our visits with her. The kids really love this and there are never any leftovers.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix as much taco seasoning as your taste allows in with the cottage cheese.
  2. i find the entire package is much to salty.
  3. Spread on a small serving platter or 9" pie plate.
  4. Cover entire surface with lettuce, then cheese, onions and tomatoes.
  5. Use tortilia chips for scooping.
  6. Serve right away as the lettuce will go limp if left too long.
  7. This recipe can be doubled to suit your party needs.


Most Helpful

We loved, loved, loved this dip. I made it into as directed using 1 tablespoon low-sodium taco seasoning. My cottage cheese was fat/free and small curd. I forgot the green onion, and just added chopped sweet Wala onions instead. Since I have a love-affair with cottage cheese anyway, this was a perfect meal for us. I had some homemade whole wheat tortillas that I cooked, but any tortilla chip would work perfectly here. This is a keeper for us, and one that I can see being used over and over again. Thank you so much Lori! *Everyday is a Holiday* February 2009.

Andi of Longmeadow Farm February 20, 2009

I do agree with butterymufkin cottage cheese doesn't belong and nether does straight up cream cheese, mix 1/2 container or sour cream, and 1/2 container cream cheese.

Beer, Brats, and Cheese August 05, 2004

This is a great recipe, but I found the texture of the cottage cheese very odd. I substituted the cottage cheese for regular old cream cheese and it suited my tastes much better. Thanks for such a quick and easy dip!

butterymufkin July 27, 2004

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