Bacon Taco Dip is a twist on taco dip that includes bacon. Great for a party, Cinco de Mayo, or anytime you like! From Seduction in the Kitchen.
It is a margarita day. That is what I say when my job is crazy. In the medical field you never say it is a good day or bad day, if you do, it curses you. So when the next shift would come in and they ask, “How was today?” I say it is a margarita day, they knew it wasn’t good.
How did I come up with the saying? Well, I love margaritas. I love the lime and salt concoction. Yes, Margaritaville is one my all time favorite songs, yes I am a Jimmy Buffet fan.
What does a margarita have to do with a taco dip? Plenty actually. Cinco de Mayo is coming up very quickly. The 5th of May is a day of celebration, we in the US drink margaritas and have Mexican food on that day. The true meaning of Cinco de Mayo is also called El Día de la Batalla de Puebla, which commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.
So, let’s celebrate. I did a little spin on a taco dip recipe a friend of my mom would make for potlucks. I found her original recipe she gave me in a little box of recipes I had received when I got married years ago. I recently have been going through that box and there are so many wonderful recipes in there, including this one, that I could play with and make it my own. This taco dip is a good example of that.
A twist on taco dip that includes bacon. Great for a party, Cinco de Mayo, or anytime you like! From Seduction in the Kitchen.
- 1 ounce package cream cheese 8
- 1 ounce container sour cream 8
- 1 ounce package taco seasoning 1 1/4
- 2 cups Mexican blend cheese
- 4 strips of crumbled bacon
- shredded lettuce
- diced tomatoes
- sliced green onions
- nacho chips
- Pre heat the oven to 350F
- Mix the cream cheese, sour cream, and taco seasoning together.
- Add 1 cup of the cheese and the bacon. mix until it is just blended.
- Spread the cream cheese mixture in the bottom of a pie pan.
- Bake the cheese mixture for about 10 minutes. Just enough to melt the Mexican cheese in the cream cheese mixture.
- Take the pie pan out the oven and let cool for about 5 minutes.
- Layer on the lettuce, tomatoes, green onions, and the rest the Mexican cheese blend.
- Serve it up with some nacho chips and ENJOY!