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Labor Day Crowd Pleaser: French Onion Dip

By averagebetty |

When I was a kid, a packet of French Onion Soup Mix being stirred into a tub of sour cream indicated that company was coming over. We were probably having a backyard barbecue and there had to be a bag of ruffled potato chips somewhere nearby.

I figured, I couldn’t possibly be the only one that had a salivatory response to, and still has fond memories for, good ol’ French Onion Dip.


And it turns out, I’m not. I made this nostalgic onion dip at my last barbecue and I wouldn’t be exaggerating to say there was jockeying for position — around the dip!

Party people were dipping everything in sight into the vat of caramelized creaminess: veggies, chips, chicken skewers, jalapeno poppers, tater-tots; you name it. Complete mayhem ensued when one brave soul smeared it on his burger buns. I’ve never felt like I needed a “bouncer” for an appetizer before, but this Homemade French Onion Dip may qualify.

Let’s just say, it’s a bona fide crowd pleaser for your Labor Day party.

Watch How to Make Homemade French Onion Dip and tell me, what are you stirring up this Labor Day weekend?

Homemade French Onion Dip

Get the Homemade French Onion Dip Recipe as seen in the video.

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Sara O'Donnell is the creator/producer of Average Betty, a satire driven, food video entertainment series that recognizes average people do amazing things everyday. Sara lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Lee. She's occasionally serious and always hungry. Read bio and latest posts → Read averagebetty's latest posts →

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