Original recipe yields 15 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
This is a good recipe, but let's be honest; three ounces of bacon isn't enough to warrant the use of "bacon" in the name . You know where I'm going with this. Do it. Go for the whole pound.
This is so yummy. I made two batches; the first one as stated and the second one with some tweeks of my own. The ingredints sounded quite good, but I'm not a fan of bacon bits. The second batch ...
This is a really good dip! I agree with the other reviewers- using more bacon bits makes this much tastier. I also added an envelope of ranch dressing/dip mix. We served this dip with waffle ...
It's not the most complex, beautiful, or unusual dip, to be sure. But for ease of preparation and crowd appeal, it gets four stars. I served it baked in a hollowed round bread loaf. If you buy...
This is my 3rd time making this, taking it to work with me tomorrow. First 2 times, my family ate it up...Add extra bacon bits to it...will see how it goes with that.
I thought it was very good. I followed the recipe. Instead of using bacon bits, I cooked a whole pound of bacon until crisp, then crumbled it. Just out of curiosity, I weighed it and it came o...
This is best baked in a sourdough bread bowl with a couple of dashes of Worcestershire sauce. DIVINE!
Good bacon dip. I used a pound of bacon and about 5 green onions. Made it for Turkey Day, yesterday, and the bowl was cleaned! :)
Really good recipe. I did use 16 oz of "real" bacon and also added Rotel tomatoes with green chilis as well as what someone else suggested, a packet of dry ranch dressing.