Hot Swiss and Bacon Dip

"A nice, warm dip to serve for parties! You could serve this with a variety of crackers, breads or veggies. The recipe is from Rachael Ray."
Hot Swiss and Bacon Dip created by alligirl
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  • Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Brown the chopped bacon in a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Drain the crisp bacon bits on some paper towels.
  • In a bowl, combine the softened cream cheese, mayo, Dijon, Swiss cheese and chopped scallions with the cooked bacon.
  • Transfer this mixture to a shallow, small casserole or baking dish and bake until golden and bubbly at the edges - about 15 to 18 minutes.
  • Top with the chopped almonds and serve!
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"Hello! I have a wonderful husband and two fantastic kids. I love to read, have fun with family and friends, stay active with: running; soccer; golf; biking; hiking; and gardening. I love to travel. I'm looking forward to more international travel someday. Cooking has become a passion for me. I love to read cookbooks, watch the Food Network, and try new recipes. I have way too many cookbooks! A few of my favorites are: Barefoot Contessa (any - but especially 'Family Style'),Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals 2, Roasting by Barbara Kafka, Beyond Parsley & The Black Dog Summer on the Vineyard Cookbook. I try to carefully choose recipes that I think my family will enjoy, which is why most of my ratings are 3-5 stars. Happy cooking!"

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  1. Diana Adcock
    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
  2. rosie316
    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)
  3. alligirl
    Hot Swiss and Bacon Dip Created by alligirl
  4. alligirl
    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!
  5. mersaydees
    Hot Swiss and Bacon Dip Created by mersaydees

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