Chipppieeesss and dippppieesss. Two of my most favorite things. It’s weird to explain, but chip dip has always seemed so luxurious to me. Store bought onion dip has gelatin and the kind you make with soup mix usually has some kind of beef stock (and maybe gelatin, too), so it was a rarity when I would go to a party and realize I could eat the dip.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s no ill will between me and a handful of salty, dry/naked chips, but creamy dip just makes my heart sing. Then you get cool, oniony tang to go along with your crunchy salty goodness. Not that anything is really missing in good ole chip dip, but I thought the sweetness of caramelized onions would just make it next level stuff — and next level stuff it is.
I served this while I had friends over and I’m a little embarrassed to say I basically hoarded it. I plunked it down in front of myself and hit the bowl with the huge shiny chip bowl. This was also my strategy for hiding my Star Munchkin hand <— and that’s the secret to success. If no one can see your hand, no one can tell that you’re ahead by 3 levels and are about to win the game. They also can’t see the dip is gone, so they can’t be mad you didn’t share. P.S. That’s an affiliate link, just FYI in case you decide you need to be as nerdy as me.
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