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My Cheesy Hot Bacon Dip is knock your socks off delicious and the perfect appetizer for game day or holiday parties. Filled to the brim with creamy cheeses and loads of bacon, you won’t be able to help yourself!
A good, cheesy dip always makes it way to our appetizer table no matter what the occasion. If not this bacon dip, it’s something equally delicious, like Creamy Jalapeno Artichoke Dip or Hot Bacon Beer Cheese Dip.
Dips are pretty much a party staple around here. If it’s game time, it’s party time, and if it’s party time it’s good food time! This Creamy, Gooey Cheesy Hot Bacon Dip is the perfect party appetizer. It can easily feed a crowd and it’s sinfully delicious.
Now let me clarify when I say “game time.” Around here we do hockey. No football, no baseball, just hockey. Hockey is fast paced so you need some snacks that can keep up and this cheesy dip definitely fits the bill. It’s super creamy and easy to dip your crackers, crostini or anything you like really.
We even have some bacon haters (shush now!) in our house and they LOVE this dip. LOVE IT. Like keep dipping those crackers can’t get enough love it. That’s when you know you’ve got something good – when even the haters love it.
There are just 7 ingredients you’ll need.
I really love to write recipes that are easy to customize and this Cheesy Hot Bacon Dip is no exception. Basically you’ll combine all those ingredients together and pour them into a casserole dish and bake until bubbly. Takes about 20 minutes so in less than 30 your dip is ready to serve.
Now if you want it super cheesy, add more cheddar – up to 2 cups even! More bacon? Who doesn’t love more bacon. I used 8 slices but you could easily toss in more or even up to a whole package. How about adding some Ranch flavor into the mix? I’d start with half a packet (about 1 tablespoon), but if you’re committed to the ranch add the whole package (2 tablespoons). I also added some red pepper flakes, just enough for flavor without the heat. But a few dashes of hot sauce would certainly spice things up.
A hearty bacon dip needs a hearty dipper. I am pretty attached to crostini for just about any dip, but a thick tortilla chip or cracker will work just as well.
Leftovers should be stored in an airtight container in the fridge and eaten within 2-3 days. You can reheat in the microwave, but I’d recommend using a 50% power setting to keep the cheese from separating.
And for even more delicious bacon recipes, try these: