Dip Recipes for Parties
It’s party time! We’ve rounded up the Best Dip Recipes for Parties for all of your upcoming Thanksgiving, Christmas , New Year’s Eve and Superbowl parties!
Besides my obsession with mini bite size appetizers, I also love cheesy gooey dips at parties. Sometimes I just eat them with a fork! I have rounded up several different dips that will appeal to everyone. Besides tasting delicious they look incredible! Which is what really counts, you eat with your eyes first!Dips are easy to make and perfect for parties because they can be prepared ahead of time and baked shortly before your party starts. While I have my favorite store bought dips I’ve gotta admit homemade dips taste so much better. Especially when I want something super cheesy! The best part of making your own dip is that you can always tweak the ingredients to make them low carb, gluten free, vegan, etc.
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This Mexican Sunset Dip only has 5 ingredients and takes a few minutes to make. Creamy cheese mixed with green chilies and topped with melted cheese, this dip is always a hit on game day.
Healthy sure is tasty with this Avocado Hummus. This hummus is packed with flavor and only takes 5 minutes to make! Just put everything into a food processor, I used of my favorite kitchen tools, my Vitamix and you’re done. This recipe got rave reviews when I brought it to a football party last month.
It nice to see hearty filling dips loaded with cheese and bacon have made a comeback. Bacon is here to stay people! Embrace the bacon revolution, I sure have and I am loving every minute of it ;). I have made this Bacon Artichoke Dip a few times now. The first time was for a Superbowl party and also for girls night at a friend’s house. Everyone loved it of course. Who wouldn’t? It has bacon in it! 🙂 You can prepare it ahead of time then just pop it in the oven before guests arrive.
This Cheesy Miso Caramelized Corn and Pineapple Chile Dip has four cheeses! I love that she made homemade wonton chips for it too. You make it all in one skillet then place it in the oven to finish it off.
Here’s a lighter Hot Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip. The applewood smoked Gruyere packs this dip with flavor. Less calories than most with just a few changes made to the ingredients.
Looks like pizza dip? Yes, but it’s Roasted Cauliflower White Pizza Dip, another healthier option. I bet the kids won’t even notice it’s made with cauliflower. The miniature skillet it is cooked in is super cute too!
BBQ Chicken Pizza Dip is a cross between buffalo chicken dip and California Pizza Kitchen’s Barbecue Chicken Pizza. You’re welcome!
Gotta love a classic with a few twists! This Warm Spinach Artichoke Dip is vegan, made with tofu and tastes delicious.
Yep, Skinny Queso Dip, guilt-free eating. If you can change a few ingredients without compromising the taste and it’s healthier for you, then you have scored big! This recipe is a keeper.
This Chipotle Raspberry and Black Bean Dip is not your average black bean dip. Not just pretty to look at but tasty too.
This is my new favorite! I eat it by the spoonful (don’t judge). It was great over the summer with the abundance jalapenos in the garden. This Jalapeno Popper Dip is a party must have. I will be making it again for Thanksgiving. Bonus, it’s low carb.
Want your kids to eat veggies? Try this Baked Broccoli Parmesan Dip. This is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
So you know I love chorizo as much as I love bacon from our past recipes here and here! I even shared how my family makes homemade Portuguese chourico. I can’t wait to make this Ultimate Firehouse Chorizo Dip!
Hot Lobster and Corn Dip would be perfect to bring in the new year!
Marylanders always have some sort of crab incorporated into the menu. This Shrimp and Crab Dip sounds delicious.
I am already making my holiday menu planning lists and these dip recipes for parties will be a huge hit!
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Get to Dippin!