7 Layer Dip Recipe – Layers of salsa, guacamole, sour cream, beans, cheese, pico de gallo and olives. The perfect appetizer for game day or a friends get-collectively. Folks will gather around this layered taco dip right up until it’s gone!
This 7 layer dip recipe is the greatest party appetizer. It’s 1 of our favorites to make and is so simple and tasty. We also enjoy to make crockpot buffalo chicken dip, pigs in a blanket and my 4-ingredient cheese ball recipe.
7 layer dip
This is a classic seven layer dip recipe that I’m certain most of you are familiar with and really like! It’s one that I frequently overlook about (because it’s way too large for my minor loved ones), but it’s ideal for household gatherings. What’s not to really like? Plus it is so easy to put together!
There’s also entertaining methods to include variations to this layered taco dip. You can make your very own guacamole and salsa. You could even make your beans from scratch and add all sorts of seasonings. I like to normally keep things easy however!
Components for 7 layer dip
The components for this 7 layer dip recipe are so effortless to throw together. I like to make a pico de gallo as well. All you need to do is combine together the tomatoes, cilantro and onions and squeeze a tiny lime juice and salt on top. Adds a little punch!
- Refried beans
- Cream cheese
- Sour cream
- Cheddar cheese
- Taco seasoning
- Optional: Green onions & lime
How to make 7 layer dip
This seven layer dip is SO simple to make and comes with each other super rapidly. Scroll down for the printable 7 layer dip recipe and video tutorial.
- Layer the beans on the bottom.
- Subsequent layer the sour cream and guacamole.
- Pour the salsa on best.
- Include some cheese.
- Then include your favored toppings such as tomatoes, green onions, olives, jalepenos, cilantro.
Decorating tip: One particular way to dress up this seven layer dip recipe is by putting it in a trifle bowl. You can even put it in the mini trifle bowls OR plastic cups for personal servings. I also additional a exciting chalkboard label to the front of the dish. We also love to make this Mexican layer dip in a 913 dish as well so it will get a lot more spread out. You get far more of the toppings in every bite!