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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Recipe Time! Party Bean Dip

Since this is a party, The Ultimate Blog Party, for that matter, we need some food, right? One recipe I love to make for parties is a classic party bean dip. I know you'll love this, as well as your guests. If you decide to tweak it, let me know. I'm always open to new ideas for this classic.

1 can (15 oz ish) chili of choice, I prefer the thick stuff for this.
4 oz cream cheese, Let it soften, brick style works best in my book.
½ medium onion, chopped well
8 oz package shredded cheese, I like the Mexican style.
1 can sliced olives, the small can
green onion, sliced. This is a garnishment. Use as much as you like.

Preheat oven to 250 degrees (Farenheit if you're not in the US)

Over medium heat, using a medium saucepan, cook chili and cream cheese together. Mix in onion, and cook until cream cheese is melted.

Pour chili mix into a baking dish, top with shredded cheese, olive and green onion. Melt in the oven. Let it set for twenty minutes or so, Serve with chips like Fritos or tortilla chips.

Don't forget to visit 5minutesformom and visit others in the Ultimate Blog Party

Ultimate Blog Party 2008

18 Thoughts for the Day:

Stacey @Real World Mom said...

Sounds delicious! Happy Blog Party! :-)

Betsy said...

Thanks for stopping by! Love the bean dip!

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Oh, I really need some of this bean dip RIGHT NOW! : ) Thanks for stopping by!

Steph

seven said...

Thanks for your comment... I love making jewelry, and it's something that's pretty easy (just putting beads on a stick, basically!) for me. Thanks so much for visiting my blog... There are so many people on the main list that it's overwhelming. :) So it's nice to hear from people that I may not have unearthed from that large, large list.

Amber said...

That recipe sounds awesome! Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Mocha with Linda said...

Sounds yummy. Thanks for stopping by my party!

jenuinejen said...

Yum! My daughter and I will love this!

Karen said...

This sounds right up my guys' alley. They love everything Mexican and Chinese ... on second thought, as long as it's edible is good. *grin*

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Morning Rose said...

Hi! That bean dip sounds good! Thanks for stopping by my blog. It's nice to meet other homeschooling families online.

snpnmnmi said...

Thanks for stopping by my party. Party on!
Tammy :):):)
http://snpnmnmi.wordpress.com

Jessie said...

Sounds delicious!

Debz said...

Great post! Hope your enjoying the party! I’ve been meeting tons of new people! Hope to try to visit at least half of them before Friday! You never know when you may meet a forever friend. Pop by for a visit if you get a chance! Enjoy your day!

MamaArcher said...

thanks for stopping by, that looks like a great recipe! Happy partying!

Crazy Daisy said...

thanks for stopping by my blog party! Great recipe!

The Mom of 'em said...

thanks for stopping by my site! I enjoyed yours!

Jodi

Wendy said...

Thanks for stopping by.
Yes, I have a lot of interests. Too many actually. One woman called me eclectic, and I think it fits perfectly.

I'm going to have to check back in and read a little more. I'm curious about the homeschooling.

Uniquely Yours said...

Thanks for stopping by to visit with me. Hope to hear from you again.

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

I hope that you enjoyed the party...wow, we are on the last day.

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