Onion Cheese Dip

"I had this at a New Year's party and it was so good I had to get the recipe to share here. Can easily be divided into smaller amounts, frozen and re-heated in the oven or microwave. Fresh chopped onion can be substituted for the frozen and it is also good with chopped artichoke hearts added. Serve with crackers or melba toast."
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Ready In:
6 cups




  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Drain and squeeze onions dry.
  • Mix all ingredients together and place in an oven proof baking dish.
  • Bake uncovered for 30 minutes or until bubbly and lightly browned.

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  1. jnpj7468
    This dip was great! I had a bag of frozen onions, but decided to use fresh at the last minute. It was certainly very good that way and very easy to make. I'll definitely be making this one again. Thanks!
  2. thekds
    This recipe is great..it is easy and tasty...have tried it with frozen and fresh onions.....fresh is better but they need to be chopped finely to cook through.....very good.
  3. gwynn
    This was yummmmy. I used the fresh onion. I'm going to be serving this to my family this weekend. Thanks for posting this recipe.
  4. regina rose
    Delish & easy!!! How can you go wrong with those 2 things on your side.Everyone except 1 person at Bunko loved this dip so I say that makes this a keeper.I had to hand the recipe out to many so thanx for sharing
  5. Joyd9060
    Yum! I just made this using fresh onion, low fat mayo and I cut the recipe in 1/2. It is so good! I'm sure I'll be making it again...and not cutting it in half! Thanks!


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