Do you love the flavors of French Onion Soup Dip? For me when I was growing up my Mom would often throw cocktail parties if you were doing in this the late 70s you were serving up French onion dip and chips. As an adult, I have often been known to serve this up at a party. Here is an updated version of the French onion dip.
This recipe has just three ingredients. What could be better than this? You will need ingredients that you already have in your pantry. For this recipe, you will need sour cream, cream cheese, and a can of French Onion soup, and you will have a party with just these three ingredients. You can serve this dip hot when I do I use a small portable crock pot. Crock-Pot SCCPLC240-PR-SHP Lunch Crock Food Warmer, 24-Ounce, Purple is a handy size that you can take to work, or you can use it at parties. I like this size, it is small. So I often use mine to take some hot cheese dip or this dip to a party.
This French Onion Soup Dip tastes great whether it is hot or cold. I have eaten and served it both ways. If you like you can add Parmesan cheese to this recipe for variety. When I add the Parmesan cheese I like to serve the dip warm. Either way, you serve this recipe, I know you will enjoy this dip.
Other Great Dips to Serve at a Party
Easy Green Goddess Dip
Chuy’s Creamy Jalapeno Dip
Rotel Cream Cheese Dip
Ina Garden’s French Fried Onion Dip
Hot French Onion Dip
- 8 ounces cream cheese
- 1 cup sour cream
- 10.5 ounces French Onion Soup 1 can
- In a small saucepan over medium-low heat add cream cheese, sour cream, and French Onion soup. Stir until heated and well blended. To serve pour into a small slow cooker, or serve in a bowl. Garnish with chopped green onions if desired.
Hey Stephanie, Thank you for all your recipes and I wonder if you have one for the Spinach & Artichoke dip @ Applebees ?
Thank you for your suggestions.
Stephanie, I would love to try more recipes, but I would like to request nutritional information. I’m a type 1 diabetic, I can go off-menu at times, and just like to know how many grams of carbs, protein, fat, etc. so I can adjust my insulin pump to deliver the proper dose. Thanks.
Stephanie Manley @CopyKat.com
Thank you for that suggestion, I am trying to go back and update old recipes as I can.
I have updated the nutritional information.
I love french onion soup and I bet I would really like it in dip form. I also like how this is so easy to make!
This is very tasty, I hope you give this a try.
This dip sounds delicious! And I love that there are just 3 ingredients in this. 🙂
I love a recipe like this for when I am busy and trying to get a party together.
What’s your favorite party food?