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Okay, I know what you are thinking because I, too thought it. What on earth is tarantula dip and it better not be what I think it is because I HATE spiders! Never fear, folks! This dip does not contain any creepy, crawly insects, I promise. It does, however, contain ground beef, beans, and cheese. Yum! You’ll see why this dip is named after a hairy spider on the next page. Do you have any weird names for your homemade recipes? If so, please tell me some of them in the comments 🙂
This dip feeds a crowd so feel free to half the recipe if you need, too. It’s made in a deep casserole dish, perfect for scooping up onto corn chips. I love making this dip for parties and get-togethers.
You can serve this tarantula dip with all of your favorite taco fixings such as salsa, taco sauce, sour cream, and guacamole dip. Set condiment in individual bowls so folks can personalize their dipping experience. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: There are taco seasoning mixes that do not have gluten in them. Feel free to use them in this recipe if you need too 🙂