BLT Dip is an easy to make, cold appetizer dip that’s perfect for parties. This creamy dip is filled with bacon, tomatoes, and green onions.
This BLT dip recipe will be a hit at your next party. The creamy base is made with sour cream and cream cheese, then filled with bacon, diced tomatoes, and fresh green onions.
Ranch Seasoning gives this cold BLT dip amazing flavor with little effort. If you don’t want to make your own, you can save time by using a packet of ranch seasoning from the store.
Ingredients and substitutions
Cream cheese can be regular or low fat – any block cream cheese will work in this recipe.
Your cream cheese also needs to be room temperature, which makes it much easier to blend and incorporate with the other ingredients. I recommend setting it out on the kitchen counter 1-2 hours before you plan on preparing your dip.
Ranch seasoning can be homemade or store bought.
Cooked and crumbled bacon can be substituted with store bought bacon bits or pieces.
How to serve BLT dip
This dip is served cold, and can be served with a wide variety of dipping options. Some of my favorites:
- bagel chips
- celery sticks
- carrot sticks
- tortilla chips
- pork rinds
Where’s the lettuce?
BLT stands for bacon, lettuce, and tomato. So… where’s the lettuce in this BLT dip?
I decided against adding lettuce, because lettuce wilts easily and didn’t seem like a great addition to this heavy dip. Instead I used green onions, which add flavor, crispiness, and a hint of green.
I think you’ll be pleased with this swap! This dip is creamy, crunchy, and filled with flavor.
- 8 ounces cream cheese softened
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1 1/2 tablespoons ranch seasoning
- 8 slices bacon cooked and crumbled
- 3 roma tomatoes diced and seeded
- 3 green onions diced
- In a bowl, add cream cheese and sour cream. Beat until creamy and smooth. Add ranch seasoning and beat until incorporated.
- Add half of the bacon, half of the tomatoes, and half of the green onions to the dip and stir until incorporated.
- Spread dip into an 8x8 (or other 2 quart) dish. Sprinkle remaining half of ingredients over the top.
- Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve.
- Dip is best served the same day to keep bacon crunchy and vegetables fresh.
- Bacon can be substituted with bacon bits/pieces instead.
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- Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip
- Jalapeño Popper Dip
- Easy S’mores Dip
- Greek Yogurt French Onion Dip
- Easy Bacon Jalapeño Poppers
- Buffalo Ranch Chex Snack Mix