It’s not a party without these scrumptious potato chip dip recipes.
Whether you like them hot, cold, creamy, or tangy, they’ll be a hit at your next bash.
No matter the occasion, you can’t beat chips and dip. And these potato chip dip recipes are some of my all-time faves.
In case you’re wondering, dips for chips are usually sour cream or cream cheese based and use pantry staples like soup mix and dried herbs.
That said, any dip is a “dip for chips” if you get them sturdy enough! I’m looking at you, Tostitos Scoops!
20+ Easy Potato Chip Dips for The Holidays
The next time you’re in charge of chips and dip, make this super simple three-ingredient recipe.
This copycat dip is a pretty great dupe for the Midwestern classic Lawson’s chip dip. It’s creamy and packs a powerful ranch dressing punch.
Ready in just three minutes, this is the perfect dip to throw together before the game.
If you love baked potatoes, you’ll adore this creamy dip!
It’s brimming with all your favorite flavors, including sour cream, bacon, cheese, and scallions.
For the real potato experience, serve this with thick-cut homemade potato chips. Skins and all!
Speaking of homemade potato chips, I’ve got just the recipe!
Simple, crunchy, and perfectly seasoned, they go so well with this bacon and cheddar dip!
Be sure to serve extra bacon bits on top, and enjoy!
Whip up something extra special to have with your potato chips, and give this caramelized onion and bacon dip a whirl!
Sweet, creamy, and salty, this one is jam-packed with flavor.
Seriously, between the sweet, caramelized onions, bacon, chives, sour cream, and cheese, it’s impossible to resist.
Serve this to a crowd, and it won’t last long. So maybe go ahead and make double – just in case!
This gloriously tasty dip certainly lives up to its name. It tastes like a million dollars!
It’s loaded with fantastic, mouthwatering textures and so many delicious flavors.
This mix of mayo, sharp cheddar, bacon, almonds, and green onions is seriously addictive.
It was originally called Neiman Marcus dip and was first served in the Zodiac Room at Neiman Marcus.
But now, you can make it in your very own kitchen. Enjoy!
Try something new this game day and whip up this honey and Sriracha chicken dip.
Sweet and spicy, this unique and delicious dip is baked until golden and bubbling.
It’s impossible to stop yourself from getting stuck right in. So pass the potato chips, please!
Since there’s shredded chicken in the mix, you’ll need sturdy chips to scoop it all out. I like Doritos for an added boost of cheesy flavor.
Love Reuben sandwiches? Give this hot Reuben dip a try!
A tasty mix of corned beef, sauerkraut, cheese, and mayo makes this dip impossibly delish.
One scoop and the whole crowd will be hooked. So, make sure you get a few bites before it all disappears!
It’s basically all the flavors and textures you love in a Reuben, minus the bread. Yum!
If you love buffalo wings but can’t stand the mess, this dip is the answer to your prayers.
It’s chock-full of all the flavors you love without the sticky hands.
A combo of rotisserie chicken, cream cheese, Bleu Cheese dressing, Frank’s hot sauce, and cheddar cheese, it’s one incredible appetizer!
Make this for your friends and family, and they’ll be begging you to make it again and again.
9. Dill Dip
Looking to whip up a quick and easy vegetarian dip last minute? This dill dip is creamy, flavorful, and ready in minutes!
All you need is five ingredients: sour cream, mayonnaise, dried dill weed, minced onion, dried parsley, and garlic powder.
Just throw everything into a bowl, mix, and let it chill in the refrigerator. That’s all there is to it.
Ready in a flash, this creamy and herby Hidden Valley Original Ranch Dip always hits the spot.
Gobble it up with your favorite bag of potato chips for the perfect snack.
The secret ingredient is – obviously – dry ranch mix, which adds plenty of herby and peppery flavors.
To that, you’ll add bacon and cheddar to take it to a whole new level of deliciousness.
Serve it up at your next family get-together, and watch just how fast it disappears!
Combine two of everybody’s favorite appetizers and make this jalapeño pepper dip for your next soirée.
You’ll start with a rich cream cheese and mayo base, into which you’ll mix jalapeños, bacon, and lots of cheese.
Top that off with a seriously addictive crunchy topping, and you might not want to share it!
12. Qdoba Queso
Calling all cheese lovers! This dip is a must-make.
Featuring Monterey Jack, Cheddar, and American cheese, along with smoky poblano peppers and chopped tomatoes, this one is too good to miss.
Made in the slow cooker, it’s also a breeze to put together.
Serve with lots of crunchy tortilla chips!
13. Rotel Dip
Here’s another terrifically cheesy dip, only this time, it’s brimming with savory beef crumbles.
You only need three ingredients to make this delicious Rotel dip, and it’s as easy as sauté, melt, and mix!
I sometimes add extra spices to the beef (like taco seasoning!), but it’ll be just as tasty and meaty without.
In a hurry? This easy-peasy Mexican sour cream dip is ready in a flash!
As long as you can spare five minutes, you can make this delicious potato chip dip! And it starts with – you guessed it! – sour cream.
Mix in some dill, parsley, garlic powder, onion powder, kosher salt, and red salsa, and you’re good to go.
Use spicy salsa to amp up the heat!
As the name suggests, this might just be the BEST potato chip dip ever!
And believe it or not, you only need three ingredients: cream cheese, Heinz chili sauce, and onion salt.
For the best results, make it the day before so it can sit in the fridge overnight. That way, the flavors will marry beautifully.
Hoping to find something lower in fat? Take this deliciously creamy Knorr spinach dip for a spin.
It doesn’t contain any cheese, but it’s so scrumptious, you’d never believe it!
Made with spinach, water chestnuts, sour cream, and mayo, it’s crunchy, tangy, and creamy to the max.
Serve this spinach dip with chips, crackers, and vegetable sticks. Delish!
When you want a dip with a bit of bite, make this insanely crisp corn dip.
It takes minutes to mix up and only calls for canned corn, cream cheese, sour cream, Rotel, shredded cheese, and chopped scallions.
Stir in some spices if you like (such as paprika or garlic salt). But with the Rotel and scallions, it’s more than flavorful as is.
18. Hormel Chili Dip
If you need to whip up an appetizer the whole family will love, this Hormel chili dip is just the ticket.
It’s cheesy, delicious, and only takes five minutes to make!
Calling for a can of Hormel chili (no beans), cream cheese, and cheddar, it’s meaty, cheesy, and wonderfully warm.
Even if you’re not a fan of Velveeta, you have to try this sausage dip.
Between the crumbled sausage, smooth melted cheese, diced tomatoes, and chili, it may not be the prettiest dip, but it sure is one of the tastiest!
Make and serve it in a mini slow cooker so it’ll stay warm all night.
20. Dill Pickle Dip
If you love dill pickles, then you’ll go gaga this fabulous dip.
It’s brimming with diced, crunchy pickles, fresh herbs, and lots of creamy cheese.
It’s wonderful as a dip but also terrific on nachos or as a baked potato topping.
This is the kind of delicious dip that just keeps on giving!
Seven scrumptious layers make up this dish, and each is better than the last! I’m talking beans, sour cream, cream cheese, salsa, and more!
Top it all off with shredded lettuce, olives, and more cheese, so each bite tastes like a taco!
Nothing beats a hot, rich, ultra-cheesy dip on a cold fall night. And even though it’s loaded with greens, this one tastes oh-so-naughty.
As much as I love going out to Applebee’s, sometimes I just want to stay home. So, this copycat recipe comes in handy!
It’s ridiculously decadent, creamy, cheesy, and loaded with spinach and artichokes. Yum!
23. Loaded Beer Dip
Nothing screams “football Sunday” more than this loaded beer dip! It’s the perfect appetizer to gobble up as the game gets underway.
It’s loaded with smoky bacon, sharp cheddar, crunchy green onions, and of course, beer!
Top tip: I highly recommend using a light beer because dark beer will make it too bitter and dark.
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