Recipe: Seven-layer dip
1 16-ounce can non-fat refried beans
1 9-ounce can bean dip
2 7-ounce packages guacamole
1 16-ounce container light sour cream (can substitute plain Greek yogurt)
3/4 package taco seasoning
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
1 small can sliced black olives
1 large diced tomato
3 green onions, fined chopped
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
Mix refried beans and bean dip together and spread onto the bottom of a 9 x 13-inch pan.
Next, mix sour cream (or yogurt) together with taco seasoning and cumin.
Spread on top of the beans in the pan.
Spread guacamole on top of the previous layers then add olives, green onion and tomatoes.
Top with the shredded cheese and serve with your favorite chips.
Do you have a favorite recipe that you want to share with your community?
Email email@example.com to have it featured in the Herald-Guide!
Subscribe Today and Save!!!
St. Charles Herald-Guide is an award-winning newspaper that covers all aspects of St. Charles Parish - from schools and parish government news to social events, features on our local residents and sports.
Order your subscription today!
After narrowly defeating attorney Tim Marcel for the Division E judgeship in a 2012...
A new online job connection program that seeks to match the skill set of job...
If anglers want to catch fish in Grand Isle, the speckled trout are in the surf and...
The body of a man who is believed to have jumped off the Hale Boggs Bridge in...
The Destrehan Wildcats will get one final tune-up for the regular season when they...
Signs supporting the Krewe of Zeus’ plans to parade through Ormond Boulevard in...
Grand Ridge Golf Club’s eighteen holes wind through the Willowdale subdivision. Become a member or just come play a round of golf, check out our merchandise in the pro shop, and have some lunch and a beverage at the 19th Hole!
Housing director resigns after audit cites mismanagement - 1095 views
The director of the St. Charles Parish Housing Authority has stepped down on the heels of federal and state audits that slammed the agency for mismanagement and requested repayment of more than $600,000.