End of school year activities, summer barbecues & entertaining, and the increased need for snacks – this time of year I need all the appetizer recipes I can get. My go-to is always dip recipes, it’s a popular appetizer and snack for a reason – a favourite for the masses!
Bookmark, print and keep it this handy all summer long – because this Creamy Cheddar Bacon Dip is nothing short of AMAZING!
Kraft Canada just released a new product in Canadian stores, Philadelphia Creamy Cheddar. It’s found wherever you get cream cheese and dips at your grocer. As soon as I laid eyes on Philadelphia Creamy Cheddar I knew this would be the star ingredient in a dip recipe. Mmmm, cheesy goodness!
Lucky for us all, I found this Creamy Cheddar Bacon Dip recipe on the Kraft Canada website. It’s among some other great Philly Creamy Cheddar Cream Cheese Snacking Recipes. This one takes just 4 ingredients!
Making this recipe takes only minutes, I cannot stress how simple it is. And the taste? To.die.for – but how could creamy cheese and bacon not be a match made in heaven?
I don’t think I’ve made a dip before,which was gone so fast. It’s like minutes went by and it was gone. My husband and even my kids agreed that this was the best dip they’ve had yet – said with mouthfuls of course.
The beauty is that it’s a dip recipe that works fantastic with both tortilla chips and fresh veggies, yet I suggest serving it with both.
For snacks, potlucks and when company comes over and you need to serve something tasty and fast – try this Creamy Cheddar Bacon Dip. I guarantee you’ll love it!
- 4 slices cooked bacon crumbled, divided
- 1 tub Philadelphia Creamy Cheddar Cream Cheese Product 227 g
- 1/4 cup Miracle Whip Original Spread
- 1 clove garlic minced
Heat oven to 350ºF.
Reserve half the bacon for later use. Mix remaining ingredients in medium bowl until blended; stir in remaining bacon.
Spoon cream cheese mixture into small baking dish sprayed with cooking spray.
Bake 25 min. or until heated through, topping with reserved bacon for the last 5 min.
Serve with tortilla chips or colourful cut-up fresh vegetables.
This smoky dip can be mixed together ahead of time. Refrigerate up to 24 hours before baking as directed, increasing the baking time to 30 min. or until dip is heated through.
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