Delicious Bean Dip Dinner

 

Some nights you just don't want to make dinner. Especially if you have a family, making dinner is a burden that you don't always want to do. While some nights you can skimp on having a sit-down dinner, you can't skip have dinner every time you're just not in the mood. The trick to combating the dinner blahs is to have a stash of super easy recipes that can stand in for dinner any night of the week. This delicious bean dip recipe is quite amazing and provides for a great snack or meal anytime.

Here is what you need:

  • 1 can of Frito Lay bean dip
  • 1 cup of sour cream
  • 1 cup of cheddar cheese
  • 1 cup of Monterey jack cheese
  • 1/2 package of taco seasoning mix
  • 1 8-ounce package of cream cheese

Combine all of the ingredients in a big bowl. The best way to go about mixing the ingredients together is to mix just a few together at a time. Make sure to grate the cheese so it's easy to mix and easy to distribute throughout the dip. Before you add the cream cheese, make sure that it is softened; otherwise, you'll have a hard time mixing it into the dip. Once all the ingredients are mixed together, pour the dip into a dish sprayed with Pam and bake the dip at 350 degrees until the dip is hot and bubbling, brown around the edges.

The best way to eat bean dip is to eat it with corn chips. Spoon some dip out onto your plate and enjoy! This is the easiest dinner for just your family, the best thing to take to a barbeque, the tastiest thing to have on hand for a snack. If you can make bean dip, then you can satisfy anyone's dinner cravings!

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