Friday, April 15, 2016

Creamy Corn Dip

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If you take this Creamy Corn Dip to your next party or potluck, 
take recipe cards with you because you will be asked for the recipe!


Today is the big reveal day for Freaky Friday Spring Addition! If you aren't familiar with Freaky Friday, it's a group of great bloggers and everyone is secretly assigned to another blog, and we then pick a recipe from that blog that we want to make and share! Talk about a fun way to get to know another blog! Please take a minute to check out this great group and see what they made today!


For the Spring Edition, I was so lucky to get Candi from The Devilish Dish.  Candi has been blogging since 2011 when she retired and wanted to share "Wicked good recipes". Believe me, she has LOTS of them!  The hard part of Freaky Friday is deciding which recipes to try. I had narrowed my choices down to about 5, and when we had a family dinner to go to, I decided to try the Creamy Corn Dip for an appetizer. Oh my gosh.... It was such a hit! Everyone loved it!  


 I knew then that this was the recipe I had to share for Freaky Friday, so I made it again for Easter so we could share it as an appetizer. A huge hit again!  The only change I made to Candi's recipe was adding a little salt and pepper. If you wanted, I think adding some bacon would be so over the top. Or twist it with a Mexican flair, and add some chili powder and cumin.  You absolutely can not go wrong with this dip. 


I have several other recipes on The Devilish Dish that I am looking forward to trying.  Her Chimayo Salsa sounds so good, I can't believe I haven't made it yet. And her Parmesan Wings... You have to check out her secret ingredient!  And, don't forget the sweets! Some Baked Cherry Vanilla Bean Donuts would be so delicious!

Check out all the great blogs participating in Freaky Friday Spring Addition!





Creamy Corn Dip

1 cup sour cream 1 cup mayonnaise 2 - 11 ounce cans Mexican-style corn, drained
1 - 4 ounce can diced green chiles, drained 3 jalapeno peppers, seeded and minced
4 green onions, chopped 1 1/4 cups shredded Cheddar cheese 1/2 tsp salt 1/8 tsp black pepper

Once corn and chiles are well drained, combine all ingredients in medium bowl. Mix until completely combined.
Cover and refrigerate overnight. Garnish with additional green onions, if desired.

Enjoy :)

Source: Devilish Dish

Sharing this at:
Throwback Thursday
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FoodieFriDIY
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33 comments:

  1. Oh yum! The corn dip looks amazing! I think I might take that to my family's Memorial Day BBQ, I think it would be a hit! The hubby's family LOVES corn and anything related :-)

    Have a great weekend Kris!

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  2. What a fun party dip!! This would definitely be a huge hit with my family!!

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  3. I sooooo miss making these corn dips from when I lived back in Illinois and Indiana, and we had (good) fresh corn!!!!! If ever we have access to some half-ass decent corn, I'll definitely make a batch!

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  4. I'm so honored you had my recipe. Thank you for all of the sweet words. Beautiful post.

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  5. What a terrific recipe! Love your photos, Kris! Thanks for being a part of our group, it's a pleasure having you with us!

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  6. Wow, what a unique dip, my friend! I would love to try this and it would be perfect for a summer BBQ :) Have a great weekend! Hugs!

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  7. This is perfect for summertime parties! The sweet corn, the sour cream, the cheese, AND jalapenos all sound like a killer party on a chip.

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  8. Yummy...thank you for sharing. I will be making this!!
    Thank you for the heads up about the chips too. They look so good. What store did you purchase them at?
    Carla

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  9. Yum! I love corn dips. I'll have to give this a try!

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  10. Yum! I love corn dips. I'll have to give this a try!

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  11. Thank you for a yummy sounding recipe and compliments on a page that is working much better for me. I used to have lots of loading issues. Smooth as silk today.

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  12. This looks great! Perfect for watching football once football season starts! Yum!

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  13. Totally comforting and delicious! I wonder if I can replace mayo with Greek yogurt...

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    1. Definitely, Angie! That would work perfectly.

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  14. Wow! Delicious! I like this food! Yummy! I want to eat it right now :)

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  15. This dip sounds so yummy! What a delicious idea :) I love how nice and easy it is to make as well!!

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  16. Loving this dip! Pretty sure I would have chosen to make it myself! :)

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  17. I love how simple and versatile this dip is! :) Looks so good! Pretty sure it would be hard to stop eating it once you start :)

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  18. I do have an event coming up that I'll bring a dish to share! This sounds tasty and one everyone will enjoy! Great FF pick!

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  19. OMG, what a coincidence! As I was reading this post, your comment on my blog just came through!! And to add to the coincidence, we're sharing Mexican corn recipes this week :) This dip looks so flavorful and DELISH!!

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  20. Love your ideas for adding a mexican twist with the cumin and the BACON!! Delicious looking dip!! Summer corn is coming!

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  21. This recipe is definitely up my alley! As soon as we have summer corn here, I'll be trying it!

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  22. Kris, you picked a great recipe, it looks deeelish!

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  23. This looks SO GOOD! Definitely going to give it a try!

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  24. I am going to be craving this dip until I can make it! It looks beyond good!

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  25. This looks incredible and different! Going to be giving it a try this Summer for certain! Yum!

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  26. This is on my "to do" list.Love the look and ease of this tasty party fare.

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  27. oooh, zippy! i think i've always loved corn, and to eat it in this way, smothered in richness and spice, would be amazing!

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  28. I love the fresh sweetness of corn so I suspect I will love this dip. Nice post.

    The Old Fat Guy

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  29. I have tasted a dip like this at parties and was really surprised how good it is. My daughter is addicted to it! I will give her your recipe as it sounds like what she was looking for.

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  30. So clever - I never would have thought of this as a dip! Now I can't wait to try it. Thanks for bringing this by Throwback Thursday!

    Mollie

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