From The Kitchen of A Military WIfe

7 Layer Dip

Posted on: February 1, 2010

This is an all time favorite of my husband and his friends.  This dip definitely does not last long in my house and I doubt it will last long in yours either. One of the best parts about this dip is that it is simple to make!

Ingredients:
Sour Cream
Refried Beans
Sliced Olives
Chopped Tomatoes
Salsa (store bought or homemade)
Guacamole
Shredded Chedder Cheese

All you need to do for this dip is layer everything in a large bowl.  I didn’t list exact quantities because you need you eyeball it based on how many people you are feeding and how large your bowl is.  I always do the refried beans on the bottom, then the guac, next the salsa and then the sour cream. I top it with the olives, tomatoes, and shredded chedder cheese.  It won’t look very pretty (while you are making it some of the layer may mush together & that’s okay!) I try to make each layer about 2 inches thick if that helps!

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