You’ll love this Simple Bean and Cheese Salsa Dip. But first, wait until you see what we’ve got in the works!
It’s a brand new eBook and we’re going to roll it out very soon! It includes a whopping 111 recipes – all of which only utilize 5 or fewer ingredients. This has been one of our most exciting projects! Sharing ways to put simple food on your table is one of our favorite goals, and if the recipe has only 5 ingredients, you can bet it is simpler than ever!
Be on the look out for brand new High Five Recipes I’ll be sharing during the next few weeks, as well as the reveal of our brand new eBook in just a few hours! As for today, you’ll need three simple ingredients and a bag of chips. What used to be a snack can now become a meal!
A few weeks ago when I posted my Cream Cheese Salsa Dip recipe, Kayla left a comment to share that she used the same idea to make Bean Dip. Say no more, Kayla. We got out our cream cheese, salsa, and a can of refried beans and we suddenly had a new favorite!
Do you see how easy real food cooking can be? I had a teen at my house last week devouring my food saying, “I guess I never knew healthy food actually tasted good.” Boom. That is my goal. Healthy food that tastes good. And if it can also be simple to make, then my entire food mission has been accomplished.
If you have time, soak and cook pinto beans for this recipe. But for all who are in a hurry, simply get out a jar of salsa, a package of cream cheese, and a can of beans. Blend it together and your main dish is ready. Eat it hot. Eat it cold. And of course, eat it with fruits and vegetables on the side because this is the 11th commandment. “Thou shalt eat fruits and veggies with every meal.” Amen.
Simple Bean and Cheese Salsa Dip
- 16-ounces salsa (any variety)
- 8-ounces softened cream cheese
- 15-ounce can refried beans or pinto beans
- Blend ingredients together until smooth.
- Serve hot or cold with corn tortilla chips.
It’s here! Learn all about our High Five Recipes eBook and grab yours here!
Bridget Walters says
I make a similar dip using cheddar or Colby Jack cheese instead of cream cheese. I just eyeball everything so there aren’t any measurements.
Tracy Gasull says
I made this last night. My granddaughters loved it! The oldest one wants to take a batch to our homeschool co-op so her friends can try it. Four out of five family members loved it and picky number five liked it – that makes it a recipe to keep.