Buttery Crab and Artichoke Dip is a great, gourmet-style appetizer that is sure to turn heads at your gathering. This recipe melds our Roasted Garlic and Parmesan Baby Reds® potatoes with crab, artichoke and a variety of cheeses.
This is a wonderful appetizer. I only fix it for large gatherings so I won’t eat too much of it. You’ll love it. I also usually double it because everyone else loves it too.
This Four Cheese Corn Dip is sure to be a favorite at any picnic, potluck, or tailgate party! Keep it in an insulated carrier to ensure hot dip on the spot.
My daughter-in-law made this for a Christmas appetizer, and it was a hit. I had to have the recipe. For having Ro*Tel® and jalapenos in it, it really isn’t that hot. This recipe can also easily be cut in half.
This dip is really good with Ritz® chips. I’m requested to make it at all functions and it is always the first appetizer to go!
Mexican fondue loaded with flavor. Additional fillings could be added to this easily: shrimp, crawfish, black olives, etc. Great over chips, baked potatoes, or just about anything.
This version of the classic Spanish melted cheese dish is flavored with bacon and chopped poblano chiles. Serve with chips or tortillas.
This dip has all the best ingredients I’ve found from various other recipes and it’s my favorite by far! Serve as a dip at a party or with sour cream and jalapenos to make nachos and use it as a main course!
AKA ‘Diablo Dip,’ this is creamy, spicy, gooey, crunchy, and so tasty! Great served with chips or spread on a bacon cheeseburger. I make mine with low-fat cream cheese and sour cream, and no one can tell because there is so much other taste going on. Wonderful!
This is a great clam dip for serving with crackers. My Aunt is famous in our family for the recipe! We all love it! Minced clams are mixed with a blend of mild seasonings and topped with Parmesan cheese.
This is a great dip for block parties, office parties, football parties..lots of parties! Its hot and easy, not to mention quick.
This is an easy hot dip that I love to serve at NASCAR parties. Can use for any occasion and can use many different types of meats, or omit the meat entirely. Sometimes I add 3/4 pound of cooked ground turkey or lean ground beef if I want to make it more of a meal. Add extra peppers or spices if you like your food hotter. I usually make 2 pans, one with lots of hot stuff and one omitting the chiles, olives and peppers.
My family is Swiss, so cheese fondue is a big tradition for birthdays. Made with the best cheese and served with pickled onions and cornichons, it simply doesn’t get better!
All the flavor of jalapeno poppers without all the fuss and mess.
Served as a spread or dip, classic Reuben sandwich ingredients–corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese–are baked in a creamy base for a sure-fire party hit.
This is a very different yet wonderful way to serve crab. Everyone I have ever served it to was pleasantly surprised. Living in the NW we love our crab. You can use blue cheese instead, if you can’t locate Stilton.
I love the Olive Garden’s San Remo seafood dip and this is my attempt at trying to copy it. It is very popular at family gatherings!
This is one of my family’s favorite appetizers. Serve with pita or taco chips.
Just change the name and bring this dish along to the next party, and you are guaranteed to be getting noticed. This taco dip is simple and lasting. Make a day or two before and just heat it up 15 minutes before serving. Be prepared for compliments!!! Serve with tortilla chips.
Bria brought this onion dip recipe back from a law school graduation in South Carolina. Bria’s first time to serve it was when Shawn proposed to Nicolette! This recipes just requires equal parts of all ingredients–very easy if you want to scale it up or down!