Looking for the perfect dip to take to a party once the fall weather arrives? Here is one doozie if you ask me! This dip is so good that you may find yourself making your own individual serving and snarfing it down. Not that I did that or anything… of course…
Welcome to this week’s edition of “Pin Win of the Week” where every week I will personally scour Pinterest for a recipe, craft, dessert or the like and give you the real deal on how long it took to prepare, and of course my take on the results. The reason is simple… we can all “Pin”, but is it in most of our budgets to make everything we pin? Of course not.
This week we have a party to go to for the big in-state rivalry game of the Iowa Hawkeyes and Iowa State Cyclones… should be a good game! But, I am there for the food!
I came across quite a few Jalapeno Popper Recipes but some of them are really recent. In an effort to get to one of the “originals” I had to dig, but this one goes back to 2010 and I stopped there because it had everything I was dreaming of in a Jalapeño Popper Dip… including bacon… and, of course, it doesn’t disappoint!
This recipe took about 20 minutes to whip together. You’ll need a mixer, whether it’s a hand-mixer like my trusty Hamilton Beach or a KitchenAid Stand Mixer, either one will do since you only need it to mix together two of the ingredients with the mixer so it’s pretty quick.
This recipe has a small kick to it and by small I mean it is still kid friendly for most kids, unless they are super sensitive to any flavor, but it would be best devoured by adults. Since I couldn’t find a 4 oz. can a jalapeños I used some from the jar with juice and diced them up from the sliced form they came in about the equivalent of a small can and it turned out great.
I filled a 9 inch pie plate almost all the way to the brim, so it’s about 2 inches thick in the deepest parts of the pie plate. After baking it is to the top of the pie plate. If you’d rather have more of the topping (which is scrumptious by the way!) then use a larger dish and spread it thinner.
I figured that including the Ritz Crackers that I served this dip with it costs about $10 to make.
I imagine you could even serve this in a small crockpot to keep it warm for an extended amount of time. Yum!
You can find this recipe on the Coupon Cravings Pin Win of the Week Pinterest Board here where I would love if you would re-pin if you decide that you’d like to make this one yourself. It’s a keeper!
To see the directions on how to make this recipe go here.