Don't fumble and miss your chance to try these tasty dips perfect for your Super Bowl party!
You can serve this versatile recipe on French bread crostini or with crackers over a block of cream cheese. Try tossing leftovers
in a Caesar salad.
This dip requires only four ingredients and five minutes prep time. Serve it with carrot and celery sticks, sturdy potato
chips, and hot wings.
Dip pita crackers and breadsticks in our version of this creamy, garlicky favorite. Serve half of the dip first, keeping the
remaining half warm in saucepan.
Use this recipe for a quick, cheesy dip for baby cauliflower or any veggie you'd like.
Bake a mixture of goat cheese and cream cheese and top with a spicy tomato mixture for a warm dip that’s great for entertaining.
You can assemble this dip ahead and freeze for up to one month.
Get your mudbug fix with this delicious dip and pair with crusty French bread.
Forget the jar and treat your guests to the freshness of home-blended salsa. This recipe has small kick, but you can double
the jalapeños and red pepper, if desired.
We love the spiciness of this queso, but if you like a milder dip, prepare it with a regular pasteurized cheese product.
Use extra-crispy waffle fries as dippers in this delicious concoction of your favorite baked potato toppers. Don't forget
the crumbled bacon and hot sauce.
This made-from-scratch dip gets its kick from canned diced tomatoes and green chiles.
Readers rave about how easy it is to prepare this tasty three-ingredient dip. Chipotle peppers in adobe sauce add a kick to
the ranch and sour cream mixture. Serve with potato chips and assorted raw veggies.
This warm dip combines undeniably Southern pimiento cheese with a Tex-Mex kick. Serve with French bread cubes.
Hot sausage spices up the veggies in this creamy, flavor-packed dip. Serve with corn chip scoops, red pepper strips, and pretzel
This flavorful recipe has a short ingredient list. Just layer cream cheese, shredded cheese, onions, olives, and tomatoes
onto a store-bought black bean dip.
Spin the old-school salad into a dip, and pair with everything from crudités to pretzel rods.
This creamy dip is the perfect recipe to use up leftover roasted turkey or chicken.
Bacon and trendy kale update the hot spinach dip.