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Dips / Sides

Fresh Vegetable Dip

Fresh Vegetable Dip

There are plenty of vegetables that taste good fresh, especially when paired with this super easy recipe for dip. GREAT for a fresh vegetable tray OR just a snack!

Mix according to directions. Let set overnight.

Chip Dip

Chip Dip

Need a dip for those chips, but don’t have one of those handy "instant" packets in the cupboard? Save yourself a trip to the grocery store. Here’s a fun dip that tastes great, and you can make it with supplies you already have on hand. You can even get the kids involved... mince the onions and let them measure, add and stir!

Combine ingredients and refrigerate before serving.

Enchilada Dip

Enchilada Dip

When the summer temperatures are at their highest, it’s a great time to keep that stove turned off and whip up some fun in the crock pot. Here’s a flavorful dip that will be a hit with the whole family!

Brown hamburger and add all other ingredients together in crock pot. Cook on HIGH for 2 to 3 hours. Serve with Tostitos chips. Serves 12 to 15.

Taco Chip Dip

Taco Chip Dip

Spice up your weekend with this fun “any time” dip. Flavorful and fresh, Taco Chip Dip is a breeze to throw together and enjoy with family or even when friends pop by for a visit. Hint: give your tortilla chips a freshly made taste with a quick warm up in the oven or microwave!

Mix cream cheese, sour cream, cheese and taco seasoning together and spread in 9"x13" pan. Top with cheese. Heat until cheese is melted. Top with lettuce.

Bean Dip

Bean Dip

This fun new recipe for bean dip is prepared in the crock pot and served with warmed tortilla chips. You won’t want to stop once you start eating. Warning: this is no ordinary bean dip... be prepared for its unusually swift disappearance.

Mix all ingredients in crock pot. Serve warm with nacho chips.

Double ingredients to fill crock pot.

Shrimp Dip

Shrimp Dip

Try this simple dip recipe. If you have access to fresh shrimp, even better...

Blend well and chill!

Stuffed Deviled Eggs

Stuffed Deviled Eggs

Better than Grandma’s deviled eggs? (Is that allowed?) With the addition of a few extra ingredients, these deviled eggs guarantee no leftovers to pack away. Loaded with protein and a burst of flavor, these little devils will have you reaching for seconds (and thirds)!

Boil and peel eggs. Cut in halves lengthwise and remove yolks to a bowl. Set whites aside. Mix egg yolks with remaining ingredients except paprika. Stuff whites with mixture. Sprinkle with paprika. Serve immediately or refrigerate until serving time. Serves 4 to 6.