Loaded Baked Potato Dip

  • leesyblue Posted: 02/06/11
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    Very easy to make and pretty tasty. I made this for a bunch of teenage boys watching the Super Bowl and they all loved it. I agree with the previous review to serve it at room temperature because it's pretty thick. The longer it sits, the better the flavors meld together. I would definitely make this again!

  • Erinlibby Posted: 02/01/11
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    This is a tasty dip, but I would recommend serving it closer to room temperature. If you choose not to, then the consistency is much too thick to actually dip and then you must spread. I thought the flavor was nice and you definitely must include the hot sauce!

  • kimbrtangleknot Posted: 03/21/11
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    I forgot to add the hot sauce in this recipe, but it was still great. I do believe though that the sour cream needs to be cut with something else, it was a bit strong. A great change for sure. I think the next time I make it, I will try to make it with some cream cheese so I can heat it up and then add in the sour cream last once it's cooled a bit. I also thought it needed more onion flavor, so I added some grated onion. Still, it was great and I will make it again!

  • kdburke712 Posted: 02/07/11
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    I made this dip for "Super Sunday". It was an all-a-round hit! The waffles fries are a must but only if they are hot out of the oven...I will definitely make this one AGAIN :)

  • oomemimi Posted: 09/22/11
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    a quick easy dip that tastes good. Great for tailgate fare.

  • bonniepsz Posted: 09/22/11
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    I recently made this dip. I thought it was just okay. I threw most of it away, because nobody was eating it. I would not make this again.

  • JustinD44 Posted: 09/09/11
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  • carmelita Posted: 10/21/11
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    I agree with another posted comment: It's just ok. Nothing special. There are plenty of other cheese dips or spreads that are better. Many to choose from on this site that are flavorful and impressive. I wouldn't even make this again if I were in a pinch for time and ingredients.

  • Pattch Posted: 09/22/11
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    Where is the baked potato?

  • CMcInnis Posted: 10/29/11
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    We were disappointed with this recipe as a dip, but it made a great topping for our baked potatoes! I will probably make it again and try to spice it up.

  • eloucks80 Posted: 12/03/11
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    I just made this, and haven't brought it to the party yet, but it tasted good to me! If you don't think it has enough flavor ( I didn't when made according to recipe), add a whole 16 oz. of bacon, extra hot sauce, green onion (instead of chives), and black pepper. I can't wait to share it with my friends!

  • DawnPB64 Posted: 01/09/12
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    This is a great recipe. It's easy and versatile, since you can adjust the hot sauce and onion to your taste. My family loves it. The waffle fries are delicious and decorative.

  • mdavick Posted: 12/01/11
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    Cannot believe that this recipe does not have higher reviews. Of course, it is very basic but soo good!

  • pljanik Posted: 02/03/12
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    People love this...just don't add all of the hot sauce - it overpowers the flavor. I think I cut it in half last time

  • dixiegirl45 Posted: 02/06/12
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    I CHANGED THE SOUR CREAM TO WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE ( SO MUCH BETTER FLAVOR) AND LIKE OTHERS ADDED GREEN ONIONS. I ALSO PUT IN HORSERADISH INSTEAD OF HOTSAUCE - MY FAMILY WENT CRAZY FOR IT. IT ALSO TASTES EVEN BETTER IF YOU MAKE IT AHEAD OF TIME AND LET IT SIT IN THE FRIDGE OVERNIGHT ( OR 2) I WILL MAKE THIS ALL THE TIME. LOVED THE WAFFLE FRIES BUT ALSO WORKS GREAT WITH "SCOOPS" CORNCHIPS!

  • barbarafeltch08 Posted: 02/28/12
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    RELISH!!!! Terrific this stuff is addicting! I took the advice of daughter and added one envelope of ranch dressing mix. I also gave a pinch of black pepper to add some spice. You have to serve this dip with potato chips to get that whole "loaded baked potato" taste. I snipped some fresh chives on top for a bit of color. My family couldn't stop eating this at recipe. Try also visiting at www.gourmandia.com at www.gourmetrecipe.com, they have lots of tasty and delectable recipes for you to choose from. I assure you... you will not regret in visiting those sites....

  • robnhou Posted: 02/05/12
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    I made this recipe to order first, and then tasted it. I found that it needed more bacon and more hot sauce. I also added half a packet of ranch dip and used green onions over chives. Serving it tomorrow but suspect it will be a hit.

  • misst67 Posted: 01/28/12
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    It was ok. It's missing something. The kiddo asked for seconds. Like others, don't see it as a dip but rather a topping. Next time I will slice some baking potatoes and make potato skins and top with this recipe.

  • terihutto Posted: 09/28/12
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    This is great as a baked potato topper also.

  • JBugsKitchen Posted: 05/09/12
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    Made this for a crowd and served it with little mini roasted potatoes. I added a cup of prepared buttermilk ranch dressing along with a half package of dry ranch dressing mix to add more flavor and thin it out a bit. Also doubled the bacon (isn't everything better with more bacon?) It was an incredibly popular appetizer!

  • EPMaxwell Posted: 06/08/12
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    Made this tonight for a house party tomorrow. Used some hot wings buffalo sauce and our preliminary taste tests are getting 5 stars. Before it even sits all night. We predict it will be a hit tomorrow. Oh and it's great on Ruffles ;)

  • Lauren625 Posted: 06/03/12
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    My family and I really enjoy this dip. We've had it with waffle fries and also with potato chips. I have also made it with green onions and with chives. We like it either way. I have not tried ranch dip; I think the dip tastes great as is.

  • aglanton Posted: 08/26/12
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    This recipe was good, but next time I will not use soo much bacon. Also, it must be served at room temperature because of the thickness.

  • AANieves Posted: 08/01/14
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    Used it to fill potato skins, HUGE success!

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