Showing posts with label Dip. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dip. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

BBQ Bacon Dip and Kyvan Amazing #Giveaway

Kyvan products are made with soul and amazing ingredients that are from the heart.  Being a Southern girl, born and raised, I can relate to the love being poured into each bottle of Kyvan's products.  Into each recipe made and shared with family and friends, their is a comfort that says home. Kyvan is owned by Pro NFL player Reggie Kelly.  You can find out about Reggie, Kyan's products and how it all fits with faith, family, love of comforting food and community.  I tried Kyvan's wonderful Sweet BBQ Sauce and was truly delighted!  It is great on everything from classic BBQ Chicken and Pulled Pork to Sheila's BBQ Crock Pot Spaghetti and all the dips and sides you can think of, in-between!  I decided to try it on bacon, among so many other recipes.  My oldest ate it by the handful, used it to top pizza, while I added it to bacon ranch potato salad and BBQ Bacon Ranch Dip. Anyway you use Kyvan's products, you will definitely #appreciatethegoodness!


Friday, November 8, 2013

Pumpkin Spice Dip with Maple Cinnamon Pumpkin Spice Waffle Dippers

I have mentioned it before and I'll say it again...I do not like pumpkin pie.  Yes, I know what you are thinking and just imagine I may nbe the only person that doesn't like it!  They was always made by my precious Mama and Grandma every holiday.  A huge dollop of cream on top and my, oh my, dear Daddy was a happy man!  I on the other hand, never inherited the love of pumpkin pie.  I do love pumpkin bread, cookies, muffins and now, this dip.  Just don't give me a slice Mama's pumpkin pie or I'll have to hurt feeling and not eat it. Check out this recipe on The Great Eggo Waffle Off!


Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Philly Cream Cheese Banana Pudding Dip

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You love saving money, don’t you?  Yes, I knew you would.  I love to clip coupons and this .50 Philadelphia Cream Cheese coupon  ( for a 2 pack no less!) is a fantastic one to use at Walmart.   The two pack of philly cream cheese is a great price already and even more so when paired with the coupon.  Click, print and save.  And then, do it all over again.  Yes, you can print two coupons!  I did!  To view the digital coupon, you must be within a 5 mile radius of Walmart.  Not a big deal, you were going shopping anyway, right?  

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Refrigerator...Pantry Dip

Your child will love dipping veggies and homemade tortilla triangles in this quick and easy dip.  Look in your refrigerator and get leftover beans, meat and whatever veggies you have.  Or, look in your pantry and open cans of beans and vegetables,  add any leftover meat you have in the refrigerator to make this dip.  If this is going in your child's lunch...Remember to put Ice Packs, drinks, yogurt and/or fruit to keep their lunch cold.   You can leave the meat out also. 

My Boys went in the pantry and pulled out different cans for their dip.  They then went to the refrigerator and brought back more ingredients.  Here is the result...YUMMY!

Refrigerator...Pantry Dip

From the pantry:

Can of pinto beans
Can of tomatoes
Can whole kernel corn

From the refrigerator:

Green bell pepper
Sweet onion
Leftover chicken
shredded cheese, they usually grab string cheese to pull apart

salt and pepper to taste 

Puree pinto beans.  Add tomatoes and corn without liquid...puree.  Add 1/4 cup bell pepper and onion and a chicken breast....puree.  Stir in shredded cheese.  Salt and pepper to taste. 

Just get your leftovers out of the refrigerator, puree and serve as a dip or inside a burrito. I had leftover field peas, creamed corn, sliced tomatoes, celery, onion, carrots and red pepper.  I pureed all to make another great combination.

For Tortilla Triangles:  Cut flour tortillas into triangles.  Spray cookie sheet and lightly spray triangles.  Sprinkle with salt.  Bake at 350 degrees for 6 minutes turn if browned and cook for 3-5 more minutes or until crispy. 

Instead of salt you can sprinkle with parmesand cheese or cinnamon sugar for a treat.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Chili Bean Salad Dip

My Boys are wanting to have a party today.  A Halloween Party to be exact.  Although I don't think the party theme will end up being Halloween.  I think it will be Play, Eat and Watch Movies theme instead.  :D

I made this dip for them to eat and also Orange Koolaid Sherbert using a very old recipe.  They are having pizza's also. 

This is great to pack in a lunch with veggies and/or homemade tortilla chips or made into a burrito or pita sandwich. 


Chili Bean Salad Dip

Ingredients

27 oz can Chili Beans, Don''t use all the liquid
1 12-16 0z block of Cheddar Cheese
1 can of medium Black Olives, sliced
1 large Tomato, mine were two small homegrown :D
Salad Mix
Pepper
(no salt, I think it is salty enough for us)
Sour Cream for topping

 Optional

small valdalia onion, thinly sliced
large carrot, grated
crumbled bacon
cooked hamburger mixed with the beans
the options are endless!




Puree the Chili Beans. 
Grate the Cheddar Cheese.
Chop the Black Olives into pieces or slice into rings.
Tear Salad Mix into small pieces.
Chop tomato in small pieces.


 Layer the same order as ingredients, except the options, just put them in wherever you get a hankering to.   I was going to heat the beans and cheese but couldn't find the pie plate I wanted to use.  I'm thinking My Boys were playing in my kitchen again.  :D  (We like it cold) Add pepper and salt if desired and top with sour cream.

You can use this as a dip for squash, cucumbers, celery, tortilla chips, store bought or make your own.*  You can also use this as a burrito and in pita bread. 





*To Make You Own Tortilla Triangles..Cut floured or corn tortillas into triangles and frying until puffed and just starting to brown, flip and do the other side.   They cook very fast so don't leave.  Season with salt once finished. 

Can also be baked.  Give them a light spray of oil and salt if using them as dip.  Bake at 350 for 15 minutes, turning halfway through.   

You can also top your tortilla triangles them with cinnamon sugar or parmesan cheese while still hot. 




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