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Layered Black Bean Dip

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This crowd-pleasing Mexican-style layered bean dip recipe turns four simple ingredients into a flavor fiesta.
5 min
5 min
32 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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I made this for snacks at work and brought it in at 8:30am and it was basically gone by 9am. I would say it was a hit!
So incredibly fast and easy to make and all the flavors are great. Will make this again!
We modified this by adding a small amount of taco seasoning to the cream cheese. We also used fresh tomatoes, avacado, corn, and black olives. Green onions would also be good.
This dip was so easy and everyone loved it. I did use chopped tomatoes and salsa instead of rotel tomoates. Also heated in micowave a few seconds before serving. This dip is a keeper and will be making several more times this summer for sure!!
I made it for a birthday party and it was delicious. It went pretty quickly. It is so easy to make. I will make it again for Easter.
My guests loved it! They ate it all up. I followed the recipe. But instead of using the canned tomatoes I used salsa and I added chopped green onion. Instead of serving it cold. I covered it and baked it in the oven at 350 for about 15-20 minutes. It was so easy and delicious. It came out awesome!!!
So easy and so good. We mixed rather than layered and it was easier to grab with the chips!
Fabby FAB! I made this twice, two days in a row in fact. We had people coming over, it was quick, easy, and everyone loved it! I used a mixer to beat the cream cheese with a little taco seasoning added, added the black beans, then after straining the water from a jar of salsa I added that to the top. Didn't even need the cheese! I will make this again and again!
My family loved this recipe. It was quick, easy, and inexpensive. Next time I will hae to double the recipe because they liked it so much!
So good! I made this and chose to heat it in the oven @ 350 for around 20 minutes. Simple and everyone loved it.
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