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Crack Dip

posted by Julie Evink on March 12, 2012

Crack Dip ~ Super Simple Chip Dip Loaded with Cheese, Bacon, Ranch and Sour Cream!

Crack Dip ~ Super Simple Chip Dip Loaded with Cheese, Bacon, Ranch and Sour Cream!

The weather was AMAZING this weekend. It definitely made me hope that spring was here to say. We have had great winter in Minnesota with way less subzero temperatures and snowstorms than usually and an early spring would make it the perfect winter.

When spring is in the air it’s funny to watch people in Minnesota. We all go slightly crazy and wear short sleeves, shorts, grill and over all act like it’s about 75 degrees out and sunny in the middle of the summer. Others would call us nuts, I just like to think we are hearty!

We celebrated they amazingly warm weather with a grill out at brother and sister-in-laws. I whipped up this simple and delicious dip for the get together. If you are looking for an accompaniment for your nice grill out this is perfect!

Crack Dip

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Crack Dip

Ingredients

  • 16 oz sour cream
  • 1 (2 oz) packet ranch dressing mix
  • 3 oz bacon bits (in the packet not the plastic jar)
  • 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese

Instructions

  1. 1. Mix together. It’s best if you refrigerate it for a day before eating!
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  • Carrie


    This sounds great. I need to make this soon!

  • anniebakes


    hi from your newest follower! I can understand why this is called crack dip–truly addictive,love your site! anne from http://www.anniebakes.net

  • Sunshine


    This sounds yummy!

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  • Lisa @ Flour Me With Love


    Yummy! I’ll be making this soon… Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday 🙂

  • Jenna @ Newlyweds


    This looks amazingly good. I just pinned the recipe too! Follow me if you’d like at http://pinterest.com/newlyweds/

  • MrsJenB


    Interesting! I’d never have thought to add cheese. But the bacon seems like a no-brainer. 😉 I mean, there’s nothing that can’t improve with bacon. Maybe ice cream? Hmm…

  • BrendafromSC


    I make this all the time! It’s my favorite dip. I never knew it actually had a name, lol

  • Lisa @ Lisa's Dinnertime Dish


    I found you over at Weekend Potluck. This dip sounds amazing, the combination sounds fantastic! I’m a Minnesota girl too, so I totally get what you’re saying about springtime here! 🙂

  • Addicted to Recipes


    Easy and YUMMY. Nice! Thanks for sharing at Scrumptious Sunday!

  • The Country Cook


    Hey Julie! Your crack dip is a featured recipe today over at Weekend Potluck – yay! How could we resist crack dip..lol. Come on over & grab a featured button if you’d like! 🙂
    http://www.thecountrycook.net/2012/03/weekend-potluck-11.html

  • Rod


    I’ve made this a lot. Friends love it. I usually add some finely diced chicken, a few diced scallions, and a little garlic. Can’t beat it.

    • Julie Evink


      Oh those sound like great additions!

  • Lana


    I won’t make anything that glorifies drug use by naming this recipe “Crack Dip”. Stupid name.

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  • Melissa


    Just joined your page. Looking forward to great recipes.
    I have been making a version of your Crack Dip recipe for years. I use the same ingredients in mine but instead of sour cream, I use 8 oz. cream cheese. And I add a can of chunk chicken breast, drained. If it’s too thick, then I add a tsp. or two of sour cream. I usually serve it with Ritz crackers. Every one whose tried it cannot believe it’s such simple a recipe to be so good. Hope you enjoy my version.

    • Julie Evink


      Sounds like some fabulous alterations to that recipe!!

  • Denise


    Beware of it becoming too salty with a whole ranch packet. I used a bit over half packet and it was great. Addicting for sure.

  • Rhonda


    I make this same recipe except I add a 12 oz can of chicken breast (drained). I call it chicken bacon ranch dip. None of it is ever left!

  • Bridget Hill


    Julie, I love your recipe for Crack dip, although, I didn’t read what all the others have said in comments; the only thing I would do different is use uncle Dan’s dressing rather than ranch. I has a much richer flavor. I also use it for my veggies. Thank you, God Bless you and your family.
    BH

    • Julie Evink


      Great option to change it to your preferences!

  • Lori


    Hello!! I just wanted to double check an ingredient. You have 1 2 0z. pkg of ranch dressing mix needed, but I can only find 1 oz. pkgs. I just wanted to clarify that it is 2 oz. of the mix rather than 1 oz. I can’t wait to try this. I love your page!! 🙂

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