The ingredient list is short, and you get to throw everything into a blender or food processor (I love using my Blendtec Twister Jar) and blend it until it’s smooth and creamy. If you can handle the heat (I cannot-but did it for my husband) add an extra chipolte pepper. It’ll make your mouth burn just enough that you can’t stop eating eat, and you just have to keep eating more. (That, coming from a wimp when it comes to spicy foods). Just suit it to your taste and tolerance for some heat.
Happy Super Bowling, happy dipping, and happy week-ending!
adapted from Big Girl’s Small Kitchen
Go bean dip! (I care much more about the food than the football, so that’s what I’m cheering for this year)
Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar says
I love a good black bean dip! This sounds delightful 🙂
Amanda Ruelle says
FYI, you spelled chipotle wrong. Looks like a good recipe though.
Kristy Denney says
Ahh that’s the worste! Thanks, I fixed it:)
Carrian Cheney says
Pretty sure that this looks amazing. And, I actually have everything on hand to make it. BOOYAH!!
Made this yesterday for the game and everyone loved it. I didn’t have a chipotle or adobo sauce so I subbed in ground chipotle and adobo seasoning and it came out great. Yum!
I found this on a strange site that has no contacts. http://deliciousclouds.com
Thought you might want to know.