Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Party Hit Taco Dip

Invited to a Super Bowl party this Sunday and still need a party dish to bring?

One of my all-time favorite party dish recipes is this Taco Dip!

Every party or potluck I go to, I make this dish. It’s super easy to make and only costs about $15. Not to mention that everyone always raves about how amazing it is {not to toot my own horn}. I will make this dish just to have around some times, and almost always end up eating it for dinner every night until it’s gone.

I know there are 100 kinds of taco dip recipes out there, but I like to keep this dish simple. I customized it by combining the Frito Lay bean dip into it. Feel free to customize it as much as you would like. Others have used green olives instead of black olives, or both, added sliced peppers or green chilies, etc. Salsa is a popular addition, although I prefer to offer it on the side as it can make the dip watery. Which ever way you make it, I’m sure it will be a party hit!

Now I’m going to go eat the dip I made for the accompanying photo. Enjoy!

Taco Dip
Total Time: 15 minutes | Difficulty: Super Easy
Prep time: 15 minutes | Cook time: N/A
Serves: Small party (10-15 people)


1 can refried beans (regular, fat free or vegetarian)
1 can Frito Lay bean dip
1 16-ounce container of sour cream
1 bag of shredded lettuce
2 2.5-ounce cans sliced black olives
1 16-ounce bag shredded Mexican-blend cheese
1 bag of nacho chips

1.     Mix refried beans and Frito Lay bean dip in a bowl. Spread mixture on the bottom of a 13x9 inch pan. I use a glass casserole dish so it doesn’t stick.
2.     Spread sour cream over the next layer.
3.     Spread shredded lettuce over the next layer.
4.     Spread black olives over the next layer.
5.     Sprinkle cheddar cheese over the top.
6.     Serve with nacho chips.

Image via my husband, Jonny Blackstone Productions 

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