This dip is different from all of the ones online. I’m always asked to make it and it’s always all eaten. I usually cut the recipe in half unless it’s for a large group.
So easy to make and eagerly eaten, this classic layered dip uses spicy cream cheese, guacamole, salsa, cheese, lettuce, and olives for a true crowd pleaser.
This is my Grandma Valma’s recipe that I bring to any holiday/party/shower or gathering, and it is always gone well before anything else. I have friends and relatives call and request that I bring this because they have been craving it since the last party. This is incredibly easy, but the mix of ingredients make this such an awesome appetizer. It may not actually be 7 layers, but that’s what Grandma called it so I never argued! I have found that ridged or wavy potato chips are the best to go with this dip. Enjoy!!!
Beans, guacamole, sour cream and cheese layered to perfection! I am known for my 7 layer dip ever since I’ve been making this. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips.
The traditional 7 layer dip can be rather fattening, so here is a fresher, lighter alternative. It requires a tad more work, but I assure you it is worth it! I always have people asking for this recipe.
This is a great appetizer for Christmas parties. The Mexican-inspired layers look great and taste even better. Serve it with tortilla chips.
This is an updated version of the classic party dip. The flavors are a bit more interesting, but this is still super-easy to prepare. Bring lots of chips!
Perk up this classic dish with fresh lime juice and homemade guacamole.
This is a great, easy recipe people love. Our family has made it for gatherings for as long as I can remember. Refried beans are layered with guacamole, a seasoned sour cream mixture, cheese and vegetables. Serve it with tortilla chips. Enjoy!
My mom’s Seven Layer Dip is a big hit at all small gatherings! Refried beans are layered with guacamole, seasoned sour cream, veggies and cheese. It’s perfect for dipping tortilla chips! The dip traditionally takes less time to disappear into bellies than it does to prepare.
This is a great party dip because it’s best served at room temperature. You can set it out on the table early and finish cooking the rest of your meal.
I am continuously asked to bring this dip for parties and family get-togethers. People gather around the platter until it’s gone.