The Best Seven Layer Dip

The Best Seven layer dip.

Yes, you read that correctly. No, I am not exaggerating- if you are looking for a life changing chips & dip recipe- this is the best seven layer dip recipe that you will ever make. Promise.

the best seven layer dip recipe

I’ve had a lot of chips and dip in my life, and because of this, some people (me) might consider me an expert on the matter. (I am) Which is why I can tell you that this recipe is the absolute, hands down, best. (It is.)

This seven layer dip is easy to assemble and the magic comes from the pan that you serve it in.

No more scooping one layer at a time and missing out on the majority of the ingredients on your chip.

No more will you have a bite of onion only, or cheese only, or bean only.

Everything is evenly dispersed, easy for scooping, and tastes delicious.

This is a perfect recipe to bring to events, to set out when you are hosting, or honestly, any night of the week is the perfect excuse to mix up a delicious margarita and some dip for your chips. 

Set this out on your next Taco Tuesday and thank me later.

(If you eat this all by yourself, it’s okay, no one here is judging you. This is a safe seven layer dip space)

(PS, if you don’t eat it all at once, you can easily cover this recipe with foil or saran wrap and save it in the fridge for later. It keeps really well!)

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Ingredients for seven layer dip:

  • Chips (obviously)
  • Bag of shredded cheese
  • Green onions
  • Tomato
  • Two cans of bean dip (one hot, one regular)
  • Sour cream
  • Taco seasoning packet
  • Guacamole

The Magic Seven Layer Dip Trick That You Don’t Want To Miss

Spread this in a cookie sheet.

Yes.

It makes the ratio of all of the ingredients absolutely perfect.

We don’t like thick dip in this house, no siree.

Directions:

The Best Seven Layer Dip by Missouri lifestyle blogger A + Life
 Spread out the refried beans
The Best Seven Layer Dip by Missouri lifestyle blogger A + Life
 Then the guacamole
The Best Seven Layer Dip by Missouri lifestyle blogger A + Life
 Then the sour cream mixed with the taco seasoning packet
The Best Seven Layer Dip by Missouri lifestyle blogger A + Life
 Sprinkle on the onions and tomato
The Best Seven Layer Dip by Missouri lifestyle blogger A + Life
 Add a heaping mound of shredded cheese
The Best Seven Layer Dip by Missouri lifestyle blogger A + Life
 And BOOM, the best seven layer dip you’ll ever eat in your whole life.
 

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Best Seven Layer Dip

Best Seven Layer Dip

I’ve had a lot of chips and dip in my life, and because of this, some people (me) might consider me an expert on the matter. (I am) Which is why I can tell you that this recipe is the absolute, hands down, best. (It is.)

This seven layer dip is easy to assemble and the magic comes from the pan that you serve it in.

Prep Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • Chips (obviously)
  • Bag of shredded cheese
  • Green onions
  • Tomato
  • Two cans of bean dip (one hot, one regular)
  • Sour cream
  • Taco seasoning packet
  • Guacamole

Instructions

  1. Spread refried beans
  2. Spread guacamole
  3. Mix taco seasoning packet in sour cream
  4. Spread mixture on top of guacamole
  5. Chop tomato and onions
  6. Sprinkle on top
  7. Layer with shredded cheese
  8. Scoop and enjoy!

Notes

Make sure to use a baking sheet to serve this in!

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25 Comments

  1. I make this almost exactly, except I mix cream cheese with the sour cream & taco seasoning! Cream cheese makes everything better πŸ˜‰ And much more unhealthy.

  2. Oh, isn’t it crazy how you can make a man happy with food. Guess what hubby’s having this weekend?!? … Seven Layer Dip!

  3. I’d leave put the processed bean dip and make as natural as possible. Use organic ground beef or make bead dip from organic pinto beans. Just use your food processor and add some jalapenos for some heat since your using one hot bean dip.

    1. Mine is a half sheet pan! So, 18×13? The main point is to put it in something that you can spread pretty thinly, so you can easily get ALL of the layers onto your chips. Hope that helps!

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