Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Crack Dip

While at Fort Hood, Texas we were fortunate enough to befriend some really cool people and start a weekly poker game.  At first I would play poker and Adam would just sit and bullshit and smoke a cigar.  Eventually Adam gave in a joined our game.  The game would rotate between people's houses and we would all bring stuff to eat or snack on during the game.  One of the favorite things to have at these games is what my husband affectionately called crack dip.  This had been a recipe of our friend, Rod, and I imagine he has another name for it but Adam's name caught on quickly and I doubt the dip is called anything else now a days.  I am going to share the crack dip recipe with you now and I hope you enjoy.  We don't make it often because it tends to get eaten in one setting and as you read the ingredients you will see they are not on the healthy side even if you chose to dip veggies in them.

Crack Dip

1 lb. Bacon, cooked and crumbled
1 packet of Hidden Valley Original Ranch® Dips Mix
1 container (16 oz.) Sour Cream
1 T horseradish (or to taste - add more for a bigger kick)
6 green onions, chopped

Mix Hidden Valley Original Ranch® Dips Mix with the sour cream as directed on mix packet.  Add the horseradish, green onions and cooked, crumbled bacon.  Mix thoroughly and chill.

Serve with corn chips, potato chips, bagel chips or any assortment of raw veggies.  Anything you might eat ranch dip on try it in this dip.  Once you start you won't be able to stop which is why it is called Crack Dip because it is so addicting.

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1 comment:

Alison said...

Oh yeah!! I'll be making this one... it fun to change up dips. Thanks for sharing!