Buffalo Blue Cheese Dip – A quick and easy, no bake dip recipe that can be served cold or hot. Serve with chips, french fries, or even on top of a delicious steak recipe.
Buffalo Bacon Blue Cheese Dip
When making the Baked Fiesta Ranch Potato Wedges the other day, we got the hankering (yes, we say that in the midwest) for a tasty little dip to go with it. But as you know, if it’s coming from my kitchen, it better be easy, and slightly homemade.
So when our minds got to brainstorming about a dip with a kick, we realized that combining just a few ingredients… we not only made a dip that was tasty and easy… but it was a no-bake, no-cook dip too. I mean, how much stinking easier can it get!? (It’s just as easy as this homemade blue cheese dip, too!)
No-Bake Dip for a Party
Have you ever been in charge of a side dish for a party? You know, when the host says,
Oh just bring a side dish. Something easy.
Usually “something easy,” and “side dish,” gravitates towards chips and salsa. I mean, that’s easy, isn’t it? But when you’re wanting to actually make something… something that will make everyone say,
Who made this?
…and everyone in the room points at you, with gratitude for bringing something other than potato chips and french onion dip? Then my friends, give this Buffalo Bacon Blue Cheese Dip a try.
No Bake, No Cook, No Leftovers:
This dip is incredibly versatile. We serve it with the potato wedges recipe that I shared the other day, with french fries, chips, warmed on top of a juicy filet… I mean the options are endless.
So no matter if you’re looking for an appetizer, a side dish, or a garnish for a main dish for an extra kick, this one should tickle your fancy.
Buffalo Blue Cheese Dip
- 1 16-ounce container sour cream
- 1 1.6-ounce package McCormick Buffalo Wing Original Seasoning Mix
- 1/4 cup blue cheese crumbles
- 1/2 cup real bacon bits
- Mix all ingredients together in a bowl, and chill until ready to serve.
- Serve chilled for chips, celery, etc, or warm to use as a dip with warm foods like potato wedges, french fries, steak, etc.
Nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutritional content will vary with brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes and more.
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