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Ultimate 7-Layer Dip

Ultimate 7-Layer Dip recipe
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Sure, we could have gone with a 6-layer dip, but at what cost? Lose the sour cream, the zesty salsa, the shredded cheese? No. It had to be 7 layers.
15 min
3 hr 15 min
48 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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Made this for a party when I needed something in a hurry. Very well liked by all!
So tasty and easy to modify! I've made it over and over--from Super Bowl snack to family dinner to potluck at work. Perfect dip!
This dip was excellent! I doubled the recipe and made it in a 9x13 pan. I used fat free refried beans and fat free sour cream to make it a bit more health-conscious (and nobody could tell). I served it with scoops. People seemed to really enjoy it and I will definitely make it again!
Someone else usually makes a taco dip for the family parties, but I said I would make it this time and I went to my recipe box and made this recipe. There were raves from everyone and the platter was scraped clean. My son was upset because he only had a little and then it was gone. I promised to make it this weekend for our Mother's Day party, but a double batch this time.
Made it again for Cinco de Mayo and it was a big hit. The dish was empty! Very yummy!
This was excellent. I received tons of raves. Thank you Kraft.
My family loved this dip! I made it without the refried beans and I used the entire pack of taco was delicious!
My Husband loved this! Warning, though. It took me a LOT more than 10 minute prep time. Maybe 30-40 minutes I'm not Emeril, so I don't have a bunch of people cutting up vegetables for me to throw in the dish. It was very time consuming cutting up the onions, lettuce, etc... I followed on one Raters advice, and added Ground beef, and canned diced tomatoes. I also cooked some chopped onion with the beef while browning, and I used the whole packet of Taco Seasoning, instead of 1 Tablespoon. We had enough left over the next night so we made Burrittos out of the leftovers.
Bangin' Baby! Tastes great as leftovers too!
This recipe was DELICIOUS and SO EASY - especially if you love sour cream!!! I'm preparing it this time for a family dinner. I think I'll be preparing this many more times for birthday parties and other get-togethers.
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