Forget cooking because Town House Dippers and Kristin Chenoweth make it Dip for Dinner.
Isn’t it time to make it Dip for Dinner official? Town House Dippers and Kristin Chenoweth have partnered to encourage everyone to make dinner easy. With food in the pantry and refrigerator, anything is possible. Why not skip the cooking and have dip for dinner.
Even though many people have discovered a joy of cooking, some days turning on the stove is too much effort. No one wants to be overwhelmed in the kitchen. Even the most celebrated chef doesn’t make an immaculate dinner every night.
As the new Kellogg’s Town House Dippers are available on store shelves, many people are deciding to have a simple dinner, just dip and crackers. That sturdy cracker can hold all types of tasty goodness. It is the perfect excuse to get dipping.
With a dip worthy cracker in hand, the recipe to accompany that cracker is equally important. Whether it is a simple spinach artichoke dip, a spicy avocado hummus or totally innovative option straight from your kitchen, it is time to dip for dinner.
To inspire some dipping creativity in your own home kitchen, Town House Dippers have partnered with the talented Kristin Chenoweth. The celebrated entertainer admits that she often skips the cooking and has dip for dinner.
Chenoweth said, “It’s 6PM and I should be in the middle of prepping dinner, but instead I’m sitting in front of the TV thinking about how I can avoid all of the cooking and cleaning that comes along with a homemade meal. With the help of Town House crackers, you don’t even need silverware!”
Luckily, Chenoweth is sharing her favorite “Cheno-Worth It” Dip with everyone. While it might not make hit that perfect high note like the talented songstress, it might make you quite popular with everyone in your house.
Here’s how to make Cheno-Worth It Dip using Town House Dippers.
- Prep time: 20 minutes
- Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
- Servings: 40
- 1 ½ cups fat free plain Greek yogurt or reduced-fat sour cream
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 envelope (1.4 oz) dry vegetable soup mix
- 1 ½ cups (6 oz) shredded sharp cheddar cheese
- 1 package (10 oz) frozen chopped spinach, thawed and very well drained
- 1/3 cup seeded and finely chopped tomatoes
- ¼ cup slivered almonds, toasted and chopped
- 5 slices bacon, crisp-cooked, drained and crumbled
- Kellogg’s Town House Dippers crackers
- In medium bowl stir together yogurt, mayonnaise and soup mix. Stir in cheddar cheese, spinach, tomatoes, almonds and bacon. Cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour
- Let stand at room temperature for 15 minutes. Serve with Kellogg’s Town House Dippers crackers.
When you make this recipe, consider the following tips. It is very important to remove the excess moisture from the spinach. Too much water will make this dip runny.
Also, it is important to keep the tomatoes, almonds and bacon pieces uniformly chopped. You do not want to get a big piece of tomato or bacon per bite. The idea is to have all the flavors blend seamlessly.
The biggest plus to this recipe isn’t the bacon, it is the almonds. That little extra touch of texture and flavor enhances each bite. It can be hard to stop at just a few cracker topped bites. Before you know it, the bowl might be empty.
This recipe is just one of the many options to pair with the Town House Dippers. Even without turning on the stove, anyone can bring a little creativity to their dip for dinner. Why not look in the refrigerator and pantry for some flavor inspiration of your own.
Have you had dip for dinner? What would you pair with the Town House Dippers?