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Dips are some of my favorite things to prepare when I know we are having company. Once a week, usually on Fridays, my husband and I host a small group at our house. A few other newlywed couples come over and we have a time of Bible study and then we spend the rest of the evening chit chatting and munching on yummy foods we all brought. I usually put out soda and provide the plates, napkins and plastic ware, while the rest bring the food, but every now and then I make something, too.
Last week I found a recipe for a really great dip that I wanted to try. I did not want to make it just for my husband and I because it made far too much and we would eat the whole thing in one day (not that it is a bad thing, just not the healthiest when you are trying to lose some weight haha). Well, after buying the ingredients, I finally decided I would make it for our Friday night Bible study. I prepared this dip in advance and left it in the fridge until ready to serve. I knew it would be easy to prep and serve at the moment.
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Quick Tip: Serve this with bread or veggies