7 Layer Bean Dip Recipe

I'd like to share this 7 layer bean dip recipe, which is one of my favorite appetizers. What I like most about the recipe is that it's quick and easy to make and very tasty. 

This go to bean dip recipe was a big hit when we lived in California and Texas. When we invite guest over this is one of those recipes we like to serve that will keep everyone satisfied until the main course is served. 

This bean dip recipe is very filling, so you could easily prepare this for a main course if you like. On another note, this great recipes was submitted by Leticia who is an avid reader of our free email newsletter, Soul Food Digest. 

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We provide instructions below on how to layer this bean dip, but you can in fact layer the bean dip anyway you desire. 

7 Layer Bean Dip Recipe

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 1 big can of Rosarito beans
  • 1 jar of Picante Salsa
  • 1 guacamole dip (prepared)
  • 1 bunch of green onions
  • 1 sour cream (medium size)
  • 4 tomatoes
  • 1 bag shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 can of olives (sliced)

Recipe Instructions:

  1. The 1st layer is mixed beans and salsa
  2. The 2nd layer is Guacamole dip
  3. The 3rd layer Onions chopped up
  4. The 4th layer sour cream mixed
  5. The 5th layer cut tomatoes in pieces
  6. The 6th layer Shredded cheese
  7. The 7th layer olives

This layered dip recipe was submitted by Leticia, a reader of Soul Food Digest.

This recipe is courtesy of https://www.soulfoodandsoutherncooking.com/

This is not your Costco or other store bought bean dip. No the taste will be much better i you prepare this dip at home using the freshest of ingredients. You'll, have to try out the recipe yourself to see and experience the difference.

If you have even an ounce of creativity you'll be able to make something bean dips display look very beautiful, so much so that you might not want to eat what you just created.

Take a picture and send it in to us, okay. Enough about all of that, it's time you get in the kitchen and try this recipe. Let us know how the dish turned out for you.