dips

Ensure you have the best Holiday Party in town with these delicious appetizers! These are perfect to serve to a crowd or even just your family.
When I'm invited to a picnic, I'm almost certain there won't be many options for me -- I don't eat sandwiches or crisps, I try to avoid chocolate and cakes, and so might nibble on some fruit and maybe the odd piece of chocolate if I desperately want it. Putting together a small tray of healthy options, however, need not be complex and mind-boggling.
Just admit it -- you're here for the food. Sure, two amazing teams are going to play some great ball. And we'd be lying if we said we weren't stoked for Peyton Manning to get one last shot at a ring. But we're also here for the delicious, delicious food.
Tex Mex style Hot Pimento Cheese Dip is the ultimate in hot cheese dip recipes! Loaded with sweet pimento peppers, jalapeños, cumin, and topped with some cilantro. This cheese dip is sure to disappear FAST!
If you want to target your triceps, better make sure you're doing it properly.
Armed with one of these no-fuss casseroles or layered dips, plus a bag of chips, you're set for any party.
Who doesn't love crisp Friday nights under the lights, especially if there's lots of great tailgating food involved? We've got 8 recipes guaranteed to stack your party menu for a win.
So the big game starts in an hour and you haven't got a thing to serve. Before you panic, throw together one of these three-ingredient party dip recipes, whip out a bag of Tostitos and voilà: Best Hostess Ever.
It's not a party without chips and dip. From Chile Con Queso to Roasted Garlic Guacamole, these flavorful recipes are all serious crowd-pleasers.
It gives the avocado on toast a lovely layer of spicy yumminess, not to mention the bright splash of color.
Grab a bag of chips (pita, crudité and crostini work, too) and dive into these delicious and surprisingly simple spreads.
The resulting dip tastes nothing like the stuff you had growing up as a kid.
I mean really, a dip that's simply called "crack dip" must be good.
This made a clear-flavored, well balanced (but eggplant-prominent) puree that needed only salt to be remarkably appetizing.
The best thing about serving dips is that they're just as easy to eat -- as they are to make.
Just because you snagged a few perfectly picked avocados doesn't mean you can only use them for boring guacamole dips.