5 Minute Fully Loaded Ranch Dip is so easy to throw together & addictive making this a deliciously lethal dip to serve. Loaded with bacon, cheddar cheese, green onions & ranch seasoning you all the fixings of awesomeness.
I recently did a round-up on my blog of the 50 Best Holiday Appetizers. There were so many delicious appetizers and I knew I was going to make at least 2/3 of them before Christmas. The 5-Minute Million Dollar Dip aka Neiman Marcus Dip from my friend Alyssa was one of my favorites, mainly because it was so easy to throw together.
But since I am not a huge mayo fan, I wanted to play with the base of the dip to make it more suitable for me. So I added sour cream and since ranch dressing is a family favorite, I threw in some ranch seasoning and viola we became instant addicts. The bacon and the cheddar cheese add just enough saltiness to take away the tangy from the mayo and sour cream. The green onions add some depth to the flavor and well after the first bite, I had at least 8 more.
I tried to tell my hubs to back off because we were actually taking it to a party and honestly I was shocked it made it there. Not only is this an amazing and easy dip, it would work fantastic as a spread for a sandwich or roll-up as well.
This 5 Minute Fully Loaded Ranch Dip will quickly become your to-go-to appetizer whether it be for the holidays, football tailgating or college basketball playoffs. Enjoy friends. XOXO San
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- 1 cup sour cream
- 1 1/2 cups mayo, I used Best Food Olive Oil Mayo
- 1 ounce Ranch salad dressing & seasoning mix packet
- 10 green onions, chopped
- 2 cups grated cheddar cheese
- 1 cup cooked & crumbled bacon, you can also use bacon bits
In a medium mixing bowl add sour cream, mayo and ranch packet, stir together until well combined.
Add in green onion, grated cheddar cheese and bacon, stir together until well combined.
Serve immediately with cracker, chips or veggies like celery and carrots. Or refrigerate until ready to use, you can make this a day or two in advance.
Recipe inspired by 5 Minute Millionaire Dip