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B.L.T. Dip
Classic Bacon Lettuce Tomato sandwich turned
into a dip! So simple yet so scrumptious!

Submitted By: Kelly Hires
Prep. Time: 0:25
Serves: 16

1 cup mayonnaise OR Miracle Whip
1 cup sour cream
1 lb. bacon - fried, drained of grease
1 med. tomato - seeded, diced
shredded lettuce - as needed
1 loaf white bread

-In a medium bowl, combine mayonnaise and sour cream.
-Crumble bacon into the sour cream mixture.
-Mix in tomatoes and sprinkle with shredded lettuce just before serving.
-Toast bread and cut into triangular quarters.
-Present dip with a knife to spread over the toast.

Serving Suggestion: Goes great as an appetizer with Bourbon Slush.

Visitor Comments

  • This dip is absolutely incredible and it keeps for a few days. We always make it ahead of time to give the mayo and sour cream time to 'set'. This is an easy make ahead appetizer for parties.

  • Needed a quick and easy something to take to a party, and the BLT Dip was a huge hit with everybody. People request I bring it to our parties now.

  • I found the original recipe very tasty, but too runny for our taste. Instead I added a 3 oz pkg of cream cheese and that seemed to take care of the issue. I also added 2 Tblsp of dry ranch dressing mix to zip it up a little... Everyone really liked the result!

  • I tried the BLT Dip for our Christmas Party at my home, and it is one of the BEST and simplest things I have made in a long time. And it keeps for a few days as well. After our party, I also fixed it again just cause it was soo good, I wanted more...Its good on crackers, toast, white bread, chips, anything you can imagine with it....Will definately be one of my MUST haves at parties, even here at home for brunch and things :) P.S. I also added a bit of cream cheese, and dry ranch mix to mine, SCRUMPTIOUS!! I just added it until I had it like I wanted

  • Not impressed AT ALL, was very excited to make this dip, and was actually very disappointed. I'm glad I didn't make it for guests, but I have no idea what to do with all I have left. I have tried many of your recipes and have been pleased, this was truly a disappointment.

  • This is a great easy recipe! If its to runny there could have been to much juice from the tomatos. I found that adding 2-3 tablespoons of bacos for a little added flavor. This is a must have at all my parties.

  • Must be served with corn chips! So yummy!

  • I just found this recipe and it sounded very good so i made it and it was awesome highly recomended!!! P.S. I also added some onions it was very good

  • I absolutely LOVED it. After the dip is mixed together I spinkle the top with garlic powder and then give it another quick stir. Now when my husband and I attend a party or gathering we're required to bring the BLT dip!!

  • I added some cream cheese (as previously suggested) and scaled down on the mayo a bit. I thought a small shred for the lettuce and small chop for the tomato worked best as it stuck better to the bread. Everyone loved it!

  • this is a great recipe it also is very good served with wheat thin crackers

  • I made this dip for a Christmas gathering and everyone loved it. It is very important to remove the seeds from the tomatoes so the dip will not be watery. It is very tasty. I served it with toasted home made Italian Bread. It was delicious. I also added a little bit of Ranch dressing. I am now going to make the dip for a gathering at work and I am sure everyone will be pleased.

  • This recipe is fantastic (to be frank I've never made a recipe from this site that didn't turn out great but I do make some adjustments at times from the comments.)

  • loved it

  • I've never made the blt dip with lettuce added, normally I'd serve on a lettuce leaf for presentation... Also, I like to reserve some tomato and bacon to sprinkle on top instead of mixing it all in just for added presentation and color. But, I truly love this recipe. At the restaurant I work at- I along with others- have made it several times for an appetizer. Quick, simple, and delicious! We only have bacon bits there, and that works, too, for convenience.

  • I love the BLT dip. I leave off the lettuce, but the dip is the BOMB!!! Everytime I serve it to someone new they just rave about it. I'm bringing it in for an office party next week. Also, it's better after it has set for a few hours to allow the flavors to mix. I usually make the night before.

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