You have invited all your friends and bought decorations for the house, but there is still one thing you are struggling with. . . What food are you going to serve? The food for the evening can be one of the most time-consuming tasks of throwing a party. We want to help you not spend as much time in the kitchen during this party. Our solution is for you to serve dips. Dips can be served with a variety of food options and can be quite filling. Switch up your party’s food routine and choose to serve a varied selection of dips.
French Onion Dip. This dip is a classic, to say the least. French onion dip has earned a place in many hearts from its bold and flavor-filled taste. This dip can be paired with toasted cheesy bread or crackers.
Pizza Dip. There is nothing more traditional than a good, old fashion pizza dip. Party-goers will love this flavorful dip and you can pair it with bread slices or pita bread.
Queso Dip. Can you say YUM? If you are a cheese fan, you will be running to this dip time and time again to delight in its rich deliciousness. Traditionally, tortilla chips pair well with this dip but try adding some soft pretzel bits around the dish.
Buffalo Chicken Dip. This has become a recent trend at many house parties and we completely understand why. It has a creamy base with a pleasant, spicy kick to it. This scrumptious dip pairs well with bread, crackers, tortilla chips, celery, etc.
Guacamole. Nos Gusta!! Include this dip for your party-goers to indulge in its creamy goodness. It pairs well with lime-flavored tortilla chips!
Spinach and Artichoke Dip. Let us pretend this one is as healthy as it sounds. This creamy dip will indulge your taste buds and leave guests chatting. Pair this dip with toasted bread or tortilla chips.
Hummus. This dip adds a variety to your selection because it is perfect for your vegetarian and vegan friends. We also want to make sure that there is an option available to everyone and having a hummus dip will definitely help to assure you. Buy an original flavor hummus and separate it into different bowls. In each bowl, add a different topping to add variety and flavor. You can create flavors like a roasted red pepper or garlic-herb hummus. Pair this dip with pita and a selection of raw vegetables (celery, carrots, broccoli, etc).
Is there a dip you love to make for parties? Share your favorite dip with us in the comment section below.