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Mexican Layered Dip

Mexican Layered Dip recipe
photo by:kraft
Your favorite 7-layer Mexican dip just got with the program. A few sensible switches means it can work in a smart eating plan without sacrificing flavor.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
40 servings, 2 Tbsp. dip and about 1 oz. chips each
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posted:
5/29/2007
i brought this dip to a picnic and it was devoured! i substituted extra lean ground meat for the black beans and it was just as good. i would most defnitely make this again!
posted:
5/20/2007
This dip is awesome! Made it for a party, nothing was left. I used someone's tip for using Fat Free Refried Beans instead of the Black Beans, so good!
posted:
5/19/2007
The dip was very delicious. I added an avacado to it and loved it. Great recipe!
posted:
4/13/2007
I used regular cheese but I'm sure even with fat free it is great. This recipe is soooo delicious; I will definitely be making this many more times. I made it for family but it would also be great for parties.
posted:
4/10/2007
Loved it!!! I did use regular cheese instead of the fat free kind... Still was a party hit!!!
posted:
1/20/2007
I went to a party where this recipe was served. I couldn't stop eating it! I definetly will serve this at my next party.
posted:
1/2/2007
This recipe has been a hit at parties. I never have any leftover. Great with nachos or crackers.
posted:
11/23/2006
I've made this recipe for several years now and every time I take it to a gathering I get asked to bring it again. It is great for those that are on low fat diets and those that are not enjoy it just as much.
posted:
11/9/2006
I am always looking for diabetic friendly recipes - dips and appetizers especially. This fits the bill and looks just like the original. I may jazz it up with a dash of cayenne, or to make it heartier, add a layer of cooked ground chicken or turkey, using A little chili powder and ground cumin to season the meat - and a bit of salt and pepper to taste.
posted:
11/1/2006
very quick and easy. a tasty lo cal entree
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