Jalapeno popper dip is one of the best things to have on hand during a party or game day. This spicy creamy dip is always a crowd pleaser and is perfect with chips, crackers, and even veggies (for the low-carb fanatics). It also travels well so it is perfect for picnics or potlucks.
So how do you make an awesome jalapeno popper dip? Allow Fine Dining Lovers to share our favorite jalapeno popper dip recipe plus tips on how to get it just right.
Jalapeno Popper Dip Recipe: What You'll Need
Since this dip is a take on classic jalapeno poppers you'll want to preserve the flavor of the original. Which means you'll need fresh jalapenos, cream cheese, and bacon (although this ingredient is optional if you are vegetarian).
The fun in making a jalapeno popper dip is that you can be creative with the add-ins. We like adding corn, scallions and plenty of grated cheese to our recipe. However, you can use whatever ingredients you have on hand.
The idea is to create a dip that is creamy, delicious, and with a hint of spice.
Our jalapeno popper dip recipe is gluten-free but you can also make a crunchy topping. Simply mix 1/2 cup crushed crackers with 1/4 cup melted butter. Combine and spread over the dip before baking.
Jalapeno Popper Dip Variations
If there is a dip you can experiment with it is definitely this jalapeno popper dip. Our recipe calls for sour cream but you can swap it for mayonnaise (or use both). Green onions can easily be substituted with red onions, white onion or even radishes. Let your imagination (and palate) guide you!
Jalapeno Popper Dip with Sour Cream and Mayo
This delectable jalapeno popper dip recipe uses pickled jalapenos and has a crunchy topping you'll find addictive:
Jalapeno Popper Dip: Crockpot Version
Preparing the dip in a slow cooker is a great idea as you can keep it warm during your gathering.
To prepare our jalapeno popper dip recipe in a crockpot: place all of the ingredients in the slow cooker, mix well, cover, and cook on slow for 2 hours. Garnish and set to warm.