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Cheddar Bacon Dip

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I can’t believe it has been a month since I last shared a recipe!  After my blogging hiatus, I’m feeling refreshed and ready to return to my online cornucopia of recipes, life adventures, and Thankful Thursdays.  Thank you for bearing with me through January, and thank you to the wonderful guest posters that kept my blog alive in my stead. I now have a clean, OK, cleaner house, have worked my way up to Judges in my quest to read the Bible from cover to cover, have gotten enough sleep almost every night for a month, have spent valuable time with my nephew, and have taken up a new hobby of funky manicures (you can see some of them here), which will probably die hard now that I’m back to blogging.  But as one of my co-workers said, “Who cares about your nails? We need to EAT!”  Enough said–here we go! :)

I have so many recipes to share with you guys, and most of them savory if you can believe it.  Since the Super Bowl* is next Sunday, I figured I’d start with something football party-appropriate: a fattening dip!  This was my least favorite recipe I made while I was away (though you wouldn’t know it by the ungodly amount I ate), but it’s tasty, it’s fast, it’s easy, and it’s a man-pleaser so I’m sharing it for those of you who need a quick man-pleasing dip to add to your Super Bowl party spread.

For other party food ideas, check out my index of snacks and appetizers here.

Crack Dip | veronicascornucopia.com

Cheddar Bacon Dip

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Printable recipe with picture

16 oz sour cream
1 packet Ranch dressing mix
3 oz bacon bits (in the bag not jar)
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Mix together and refrigerate 24 hours. Serve with chips and/or veggies.

Recipe source: Plain Chicken

*True fact: at the age of 12, when a convenience store clerk asked if I was looking forward to the Super Bowl, I replied, “No, I don’t really like bowling that much.”  My younger sister gave me a cringing look and after we left the store, she explained that the Super Bowl is the NFL’s championship football game. Shows you how much I know about sports!  The only difference is now I love bowling.  I still am clueless about football.

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I have a kitchen addiction and love to collect & share recipes. My passion is baking but I love to cook as well. The only thing I don't like to do in the kitchen is wash dishes, but my husband generally does them for me in exchange for his dinner.

14 responses »

  1. I love dip! I could eat it all the time,then i would be three times my size though!

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  2. Wilma Hardesty-Jerrell

    Glad to see you back after your hiatus from blogging – I certainly enjoy your postings. Hope 2012 has been great for you and yours. Still have memories of the delicious chocolate chip cookies from your kitchen! I LOVE different kind of dips and this one sounds delish BUT I am just like you – Super Bowl Week End does not hold any interest for me even if it is in my home State of Indiana!!

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  3. I love your response to the store clerk. I don’t care a bit about sports either. Go bowling! :)

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  4. Wooo Hooo Veronica’s back in da house!! Missed you but sure enjoy all the other postings! Can’t wait to try this recipe, I could “almost” taste it just seeing the pictures!! Super “Bowl” eh??? Too funny!

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  5. Welcome back!! I’m glad you’re refreshed and ready to keep going. I had a secret fear that you would love the hiatus so much, you wouldn’t come back! Phew. =)

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  6. Hey Veronica! Sorry I’ve been MIA lately, I just got back from vacation! I’m glad to see a recipe from you (looks delish!), but I’m definitely going to go back and read some of your hubby’s posts that I missed!

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  7. Dip… ahhhh One of my favorites..I really like this :)) Glad you’re back!

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  8. I’m clueless about FB too, but I love to watch the commercials and make delicious snacks like this! (Glad you’re back!)

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  9. I’m not really into the Superbowl either, the commercials and the food is what I care about…lol! I’m looking forward to the savory recipes :D This dip looks yummy and I think I will make it and bring it with veggies to work for the week.

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  10. Glad you had a nice blog break Veronica! And anything with bacon I am in! :D

    You are too funny thinking that the Superbowl was about bowling! Too cute!

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  11. Welcome back. I hate sounding dumb but since I live in Australia, I have no idea what bacon bits in a bag are. :)

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    • LOL, that’s not dumb! This may be a product you don’t even have, but basically you can use 3 ounces of cooked, finely chopped bacon. The reason it says to buy it in the bag is b/c there are jars here that aren’t real bacon, it’s fake bacon that actually has no meat in it!!

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  12. Sooooo glad you are back! I love your blog

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