Fifty Shades of Bacon: Creamy Garlic Bacon Dip (& Bacon Bits)

A review of the Creamy Garlic Bacon Dip from the 50 Shades of Bacon cookbook

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Creamy Garlic Bacon Dip (& Bacon Bits)

This is another of my husband’s requests from this cookbook.  He’s a huge bacon fan, so this cookbook was more of a gift for him than me!

I ran into an issue with the first step, which was pulverizing the beef bouillon into a powder.  Mine was more of a paste than a powder, but I managed to blend it into the sour cream (next step) okay with a lot of grinding and mashing.

The bacon bits are made from another recipe within the cookbook, but it’s hard to really review bacon bits since they’re more of an ingredient and not typically eaten by itself.  All you do is chop up bacon, cook it, and then run it through the food processor (or chop into small bits).

The bacon bits, minced garlic, and minced green onion are mixed into the sour cream / bouillon mixture, and then the bowl is put into the fridge for a couple of hours to chill before enjoying.

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Taste: 10/10

We will definitely make this again!  It was so tasty!!

Difficulty: Easy

While this recipe does involve a lot of chopping and mincing, it is a pretty simple recipe.

Cost: Average

You will need sour cream, bacon, beef bouillon, green onions, and garlic.

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