Budget-friendly bean dip is a perfect party appetizer for crowds. From Mexican bean dip to 7-layer bean dip, these tasty recipes are ready in a flash and perfect precursors to any fiesta.See Popular Bean Dip Recipes
"Growing up in a large family of mixed heritage in the South, it seemed only natural to make things up as we went along," says Ryan Hardy. "My mother, a Yankee, insisted that it was good luck to have black-eyed peas on New Year's Day and she'd save the bones from country ham hunks just for that day." Hardy, who has childhood memories of black-eyed peas simmering on the front burner (and collards on the back burner), has adapted the recipe over the years; he now serves the hearty peas with garlic-rubbed toasts and garnishes them with generous amounts of freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano.
Old El Paso® Favorite Recipe! Dig in to a delicious homemade dip. Make it by layering your favorite Mexican ingredients.
A one-pot bean and cheese dip spiced up with the zesty taste of Ro*Tel.
Toasted pita cutouts make handy scoops for this healthy Mediterranean-style dip.
Serve this savory dip with crackers, bread, or pita chips.
Try this flavorful white bean and herb dip with pita chips, veggies, or crackers, or to liven up a standard turkey sandwich.
Perfect for special occasions and deceptively simple, this sophisticated bean dip appetizer mixes up quickly.
If you like hummus, you'll love this warm slow cooker bean dip. Try it for your next tailgating or holiday party.
Serve this bean, cheese, sour cream, and salsa dip with homemade or purchased tortilla chips.
Beans add a hearty twist to Ro*Tel Famous Queso.
This herbed bean dip is a delicious snack, whether you serve it warm or at room temperature.
Colorful layers of refried beans, guacamole, sour cream, cheese, spicy tomatoes, olives, and onion for a casual party dip.
For a fresh take on hummus, try lima beans in place of chickpeas. Serve with toasted pita chips or sliced vegetables as a snack, dinner appetizer or starter at your next cocktail party.