RealSweet® Chip & Dip Recipe Slam Dunk

RealSweet® Chip & Dip Recipe Slam Dunk

March 23 marks National Chip and Dip Day so we have compiled some of our favorite sweet onion classics that will work well for holidays, tailgates, picnics and family gatherings. They are sure to be a slam dunk!

  1. We all love traditional salsa with tons of freshness and the Viva La RealSweet® Salsa is no exception. Try it today and again for Cinco de Mayo!
  1. This All-American Sweet Onion Dip is a classic and staple at any party. It’s great with potato chips, pretzels, carrot sticks and more.
  1. Do you enjoy mixing fruits and veggies together? Then this Not Your Mama’s Mango Salsa will be your new go-to favorite. It’s bursting with flavor and vibrant color.
  1. Need a chip partner that you can make ahead of time and refrigerate overnight? Carolina Redneck Caviar is a very easy and light salsa substitute that can feed the whole team.
  1. We sometimes wonder what in the world to do with pumpkins outside of pumpkin pie during the holidays. Francine Bryson’s Fall for Fall Pumpkin Salsa reminds us that even in cooler months we can keep dips fresh and colorful.
  1. Our hot RealSweet® Seafood Dip featuring crabmeat goes great with chips or crackers. Substitute the walnuts for pecans for a true Southern dish.
  1. Another hot classic is Sweet Onion Dip with Crunchy Bacon Bits. Be sure to pull this one back out for football season.
  1. Looking for a chip substitute? Then these Baked Zucchini Sticks and Sweet Onion Dip will have even the kids coming back for more.
  1. If you love hummus this delicious twist is one you will enjoy – Caramelized Onion Hummus goes great with pita chips, bell peppers and cucumbers.
  1. A-B-C Dip from our friends at Produce for Kids features avocado, black beans and cilantro and is a great side of kid’s lunches or family picnics.

For more delicious RealSweet® sweet onion recipes, visit our Dips & Sauces Pinboard and Apps & Party Food Pinboard and follow us on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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