This post is sponsored by RAGÚ®. All comments and opinions are my own.
I entertain a lot this time of year. It's not unusual for me to host a get together once or even twice each week through the new year! Along with holiday dinners, cocktail parties and cookie swaps, I will also be hosting friends for the college football playoffs and of course the championship game that's right around the corner!
Since many of my friends may attend more than one of my parties, I try to keep the menu varied and serve up different options as often as possible. Of course with this being a super hectic time of year, I have to be mindful of my time as well so quick and easy recipes are a must!
One of my favorite recipes to whip up is a big batch of Cheesy Jalapeño Bean Dip! This is a huge family favorite that I make often for get togethers. Heck, I have also made it as an addition to our traditional Taco Tuesday meal. It's super simple and takes very little time to prepare...BUT the taste is out of this world!
You don't need a ton of ingredients—just some key items that combine for great flavor. I use RAGÚ® Four Cheese sauce in my recipe as the creamy texture and rich flavor combines with the other ingredients for a dip that you won't be able to pass up!
You'll find everything you need for this amazing recipe at your local Kroger! Grab a few items and serve up amazing taste for your next dinner or any upcoming get together and watch as the bowl comes back completely empty!
Look for your favorite RAGÚ® sauce on sale now thorough 12/20 at your local Kroger. Pick up a couple of jars and have the start to some amazing meals OR a tasty appetizer like my Cheesy Jalapeño Bean Dip.
- Assorted RAGÚ® Pasta Sauce, 3/$5
- 2 (16 oz ) cans refried beans
- 4oz cream cheese
- ½ cup RAGÚ® Four Cheese
- 1 jalapeno, seeded and minced
- ¼ cup cilantro, chopped
- ½ teaspoon fresh lime juice
- 1 teaspoon taco seasoning
- Chips or veggies for dipping
- Add all ingredients to a medium saucepan and cook over medium low heat until warm.
- Serve warm with chips and/or veggies
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