I’m just not that into football, but I do love the snacks. If you root for the snacks, you always win. On Sunday we watched the game with Marc’s parents and I brought this dip. I’ve made it several times now and each time I get the look that says we’ll never eat all that. The bowl is always emptied, though! Best of all, it’s so easy, too. My mother-in-law made minestrone with a ton of veggies, a colorful salad with sesame dressing, meatballs, shrimp cocktail and apple crisp. A fun mix!
We busted this dip out at half time and I was scooping while Beyonce was slaying the halftime show. How is her hair always perfectly blowing in the wind? Where can I apply to be the person in charge of Beyonce’s wind-blown hair? I would immediately get business cards that say I was the wind beneath Beyonce’s hair. #DreamJob
This dip is incredibly easy. You can make your own salsa or buy fresh salsa in your grocery store’s refrigerated section, like I did here. Lime and cilantro is added for extra freshness and the cream cheese makes it super creamy and delicious. The beans add protein, fiber and texture. And if someone gives you the look like you’ve made too much, just smile and make eye contact when they’re scraping the last of the dip from the bowl.