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Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

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The Super Bowl is quickly approaching and that means that it is time to start dusting off some recipes for snacking! I am a big fan of hot melted cheese dips and I had an idea for a new one, a bacon double cheese burger dip that has all of the flavours of a bacon double cheese burger. Beef is the main part of a burger so I started out there and I added some ingredients that I commonly add to burgers including onions, garlic and worcestershire sauce. Next up was the bacon and then the cheese and I included both cheddar for the flavour and mozzarella for the stringy melted goodness. I went with the standard hot melted cheese dip ingredients including the cream cheese, mayonnaise and sour cream to form the base of the dip. One final touch was the addition of ketchup as it is a pretty standard condiment used in burgers. All of the ingredients are then mixed together and baked until the cheeses all melt and start to brown and get all bubbly.

Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

If you cannot live without lettuce and tomatoes in your burgers then topping the hot bacon double cheese burger dip with freshly diced juicy tomatoes and sliced crisp lettuce is the way to go and I highly recommend that you try it!

Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

This bacon double cheese burger dip goes great on toasted baguette slices or with tortilla chips for your dipping pleasure.

Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

Whether at home watching the big game or out or tailgating this dip would make an excellent addition to your snacking delights!

Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip

A hot cheesy baked dip with all of the flavours of a bacon double cheese burger that makes for some great game day snacking!


Servings: makes 4+ servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour

Printable Recipe
Ingredients
  • 1/2 pound ground beef
  • 6 strips bacon, cut into 1 inch pieces
  • 1 small onion, diced
  • 1 clove garlic, chopped
  • 4 ounces cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup mozzarella, shredded
  • 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tablespoon ketchup
Directions
  1. Cook the ground beef in a pan over medium heat, set it aside and drain the grease from the pan.
  2. Cook the bacon in the pan until crispy, about 6-10 minutes, set aside and drain all but a tablespoon of the grease.
  3. Add the onion and saute until tender, about 5-7 minutes.
  4. Add the garlic and saute until fragrant, about a minute.
  5. Mix the ground beef, bacon, onions and garlic, cream cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise, mozzarella, cheddar, worcestershire sauce and ketchup and pour it into a baking dish.
  6. Bake in a preheated 350F oven until the top starts turning a light golden brown and then sides are bubbling, about 20-30 minutes.

Slow Cooker: Implement steps 1 & 2, optionally implement steps 3 & 4, mix everything, place it in the slow cooker and cook until the cheese is nice and melted about 1-2 hours on high or 2-4 hours on low.

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98 comments:

Joanne said...

This recipe makes me VERY glad I don't eat meat...because if I did, I'd be in danger of making and eating a whole batch of this!

North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard said...

I could not imagine NOT having the lettuce and tomato toppings to go along.

Foodycat said...

I love your jalapeno popper dip so much... could this even be better? It looks so good!

Nina Timm said...

Serious delicious grub this Kevin, make sure you have enough dipping material!!

bellini said...

This is dangerous stuff Kevin. I do love the veggies added to the top!!

vanillasugarblog said...

serious food porn here kevin.
wow!

Jess @ Sugar High said...

You make the most amazing dips! I would definitely have to add the lettuce and tomato, looks so good! Forget the superbowl, I'm gonna make this today :)

annemineli said...

Çok güzel....

Jeannie D said...

Oh My! I will be making this for sure and Pinning to Pinterest to share with the world!

Canterbury Cakes said...

Looks absolutely delicious and perfect for sitting in front of the tv watching the game.

Pure Complex said...

This Bacon Double Cheese Burger Dip is such a wonderful take on the standard chips and dip recipe. I love this. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe

Montserrat Migoya said...

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artsavesyou said...

I so can't wait to show this to my boyfriend. I know he would love to make this.

Jamie said...

This looks incredible! I think my husband will want to marry me all over again when I make this for him! Thanks for sharing!

justjoe said...

I'm in awe of this idea. I hope I never learn to cook well, cause if I do I'd just keep making this for myself!

Cassie said...

OMG Kevin, this looks great!
I should tell you that both my Boyfriend and I follow your blog.
You have so many wonderfully
creative recipes with great appeal to our gastronomic tastes.
We tried your Jalapeno grilled cheese and we were both in heaven.

Becki's Whole Life said...

This is such a great idea and perfect for football food. This makes me think about making something like a big mac cheeseburger dip...this one sounds completelyco delish though!

Chris said...

Game? There's a game on? Sorry, I didn't notice, I was face down in this bacon double cheese burger dip like a pig at a trough. Oink oink.

Love In Spoonfuls said...

hooooly cow this looks unreal. thanks for posting (i think? my jeans might say otherwise?)

Paul said...

This is extremely delicious! I guess 2 hours of exercise will suffice my guilt of eating this mouth watering dish!

Jess said...

This look so good! What a great idea to add the fresh produce on top - I can't wait to try. Thank you for sharing. :)

16 Lakewood Dr, Vancouver, BC said...

A real work of art! You're a real epicure.

16 Lakewood Dr, Vancouver, BC

Amateur said...

I like it, it looks delicious :)

Kathleen Richardson said...

Kevin, Super Bowl watchers are going to love this idea! I'll post it to my personal FB page. It's begging to be shared :)

Terri said...

MUST. MAKE. THIS.

Amy said...

holy moley that looks amazing. My husband thanks you in advance. This is the stuff of dude dreams!

Coppertop said...

O M G YUMMMMM!! Now I have 3 dips for my Super Bowl party!! THANKS!!

Jenn@slim-shoppin said...

Great idea Kevin! Love it!

cher649 said...

I love Chinese . .so loving your recent recipes..but I have to say . I shall dream of this one tonight ...so gooey ooey goodness beyond ..spead on a baquette ...nite nite

The Farmer's Wife said...

OH! Yuuuuuuuuuuum!

SecretDinnerService said...

I love how you are running with the junk food dip theme. This looks the best yet, but personally I would have to get pickles in there.

Shreela said...

I'm going to make this, and also dice up some pickles to put on the side, since I'm not sure if they'll go with it (maybe might clash with the bacon). Of course I'll be topping with lettuce and tomato, thanks!

rancholyn said...

Wow!!! I just posted a comment on your yummy Pizza Dip...I was going to make the pizza dip for Super Bowl...However, now that I've seen this recipe....Hello Burger dip....Thanks Kevin!

Richard Healey said...

This looks great. Will have have to give this one a try.

http://blog.beccacooks.com/

Kevin said...

SecretDinnerService & Shreela: I was thinking about adding pickles as well!

Ella Niemela said...

This recipe will cause anarchy and I love it, Its so nice to see variations on the classics.

Unknown said...

I forfeited the bacon and substituted some Morningstar Farms spicy black bean burger patties for the ground beef. This was insanely delicious!

OLGUIS said...

I am starving ewhen I saw this recipe.
So so yummy.
Can I have a piece?

Jolene said...

This dip looks & sounds so fantastic I just had to Pin it :)

skinformulae said...

I really cheese toppings! Salivate.
http://skinformulae.blogspot.com/

JavelinWarrior said...

This dip looks awesome! I feel compelled to feature you in my Friday Food Fetish roundup and on Pinterest. Let me know if you have any objections and keep the amazing food coming…

Cherish said...

This seriously looks beyond divine. I'm planning to make it very soon.

Justbeachy said...

So I just made this dip, and I think between the cream cheese and the sour cream it just becomes a bit over powering. I would say maybe substitute the sour cream with your favorite version of milk. It had too much of a paste consistency anyway that also was a bit of a turn off. Other than that the concept and the rest of the ingredients are right on par. Hmmm. I wonder if you could could do a half of milk and a half of Campbells soup, cream of mushroom. Just a thought.

taty678 said...

So what do you do with the onion and garlic mixture?

Alexandra said...

I will try this dish for the Super Bowl potluck I am going to. The photographs on your blog are just amazing. I get so hungry just looking at the pictures!

Kevin said...

taty678: Mix the onions and garlic into the dip with everything else.

Anne said...

I am making this for the Super Bowl! Can't wait! It looks so good!

Amy Matthews said...

I found this on pinterest and it is so delicious! Mine's nowhere near as pretty as yours :) Works for gluten free as well - just eat it with tortilla chips instead of bread. Thank you for sharing, gonna have to try more of your recipes.

Anonymous said...

I just made this dip for a Super Bowl party. It's all gone! Insanely ridiculous! Thank you for sharing. I am going to have to try a skinny version :)

Monsieur Seb said...

Deslih! I doubled the recipe and added about a tablespoon of yellow mustard and some Frank's Red Hot and it was perfect! Eat it fast, cuz it's really better hot than cold! Thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

I made this for a SB party and doubled it. There was only a little bit left. Next time I won't double the worcestershire sauce as I think it was too much. Thanks for sharing this.

Christi said...

I made this for our superbowl party and it was a big hit. I will be posting a blog about in on Friday 2/10/12 and there are links all over my page directing them to yours. The dip is AMAZING!!!

Anonymous said...

Could you put thi dip together the night before and bake it the next afternoon/evening?

hb0688 said...

can you put this dip together and the night before and bake it the next afternoon/evening?

Kevin said...

Anonymous & hb0688: You can definitely make this the night before and then bake it the next day.

Jacqueline P. said...

Totally belated, but I made this and your Jalapeno Popper Dip for a Super Bowl party and they were such a hit! I blogged about them aswell, http://quirkyepicurean.blogspot.com/2012/02/super-bro-super-bowl.html

THANKS :)

Tanya Eby said...

This looks amazing. I'm going to try it tonight. Fun recipes on your blog. I have blog-envy. (Mine is a dip blog.)

Laura said...

Do you think this would work in a crockpot? We havea potluck.at work and I would.love xxdto take this recipe, bit no way to heat it up at woddddddddddddrk

Julia said...

Hi.... Love your recipes but have one problem I am allergic to Mayo/Salad dressing. Can I either double the sour cream or add maybe plain greek yogurt as a substitute? Thanks

Kevin said...

Julia: One of or a combination of sour cream or Greek yogurt would work as a substitute for the mayo.

Kevin said...

Laura: You can definitely make this in a crockpot!

mbee69 said...

Awesome!!! Only change I made was I mixed everything together, microwaved for 2 minutes stirred, 2 more minutes, served, delicious!

Anonymous said...

Yummo, this is going down well with a couple of beers :)

Sarah said...

I made this dip tonight and it tastes EXACTLY like a bacon cheeseburger. We made it as a dinner for fun and it was AMAZING!! Thank you so much!!

Hilary said...

This dip is AMAZING. I made it for a group of friends recently and there wasn't a scrap of it left at the end of the nice. Great recipe!

Steve and Karen Yoder said...

Do you think thos dip could be heated in a crockpot instead of baking in the oven?

Kevin said...

Steve and Karen Yoder: Yes you could use a crockpot to make this dip!

Anonymous said...

Just made this for my girls and they loved it!!

Anonymous said...

yum i seen this posted on a friends fb page. I followed the link here, this sounds so good i cant wait to try. ;)

Joy said...

Looks delicious!!! Can this be made without the mayo??

Kevin said...

Joy: I think the mayo adds a lot of flavour but you could replace it with more sour cream.

Courtney said...

Could you make this ahead of time and refrigerate it?

Kevin said...

Courtney: Yes, you can make this ahead of time and then reheat it when ready to serve.

Sheila Brown said...

I will be making this this weekend. I'm glad this can be made w/o mayo and extra sour cream. I like it on sandwiches but not in dips.

Sheila Brown said...

I am so making this this weekend. I,m glad that I can use extra sour cream instead of mayo. I like it lightly on a sandwich, but not in dips. I may have to triple the ingredients because I have hungry people in my house. :)

t j said...

Kevin... do you have a cookbook?

sweed1e said...

i made this the other day and OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! it is gorgeous! and strangely enough tastes like a bacon double cheese burger :)

Megan Wille said...

my husband and I are having an end-of-summer bbq party next weekend and we're both eating gluten-free. I think this will be the perfect substitute for the bread-heavy Bacon Double Cheeseburger that we both love so much :) Thanks for sharing this!! I can't wait to try it :)

:) Megan

Anonymous said...

I don't usually comment to much on recipes that I try but I had to for this one! OMG this dip is absolutely heaven!! It tastes amazing and everyone gobbled it right up! Thank you so much for the recipe!! I can't wait to try your other dips!! Anyone who is hesitant try this dip, you won't be disappointed!

Jeanne said...

I low-carb it, and this recipe is low-carb, sans the dippers. Wondering what I can use to dip into this deliciousness that isn't high carb... Any suggestions out there? I'd LOVE to do this recipe!

Kevin said...

Jeanne: Low carb crackers would be good with this dip.

Mina said...

Hey Kevin, you might have already answered this above somewhere, but I was just wondering if you knew how much time this would take to heat up if you were to assemble the cooked items in a crockpot. Potluck season is upon us! I'm thinking the guys at work wil love this recipe! :-)

Thanks!

Kevin said...

Mina: It should not take more than 30-60 minutes to get it hot and melt the cheese on high or 1 1/2 - 2 hours on low in a crockpot. Enjoy!

Mina said...

Awesome! Thank you. :-)

Sarah Zaremba said...

mmmm!!!! made this for the 49er game today with a little twist, I <3 pickles & mustard on my burgers & had some dill relish in the fridge that definitely makes it a true "burger" for me. Delicious thanks for the great recipe!!! :)

Elizabeth Ann @ Elizabeth Ann's Recipe Box said...

Oh yum! These look incredible! Found you via Formula Mom!

Lindsay @Artsy-Fartsy Mama said...

This dip sounds amazing!! Thanks for sharing your recipe.

I also wanted to let you know that I featured you on my blog today!
http://www.artsyfartsymama.com/2013/02/pinteresting-features-n-shtuff-67.html

Pamela Fields said...

Just whipped this up for my husband's super bowl party. He can't wait to dig in! :)

Lisa said...

Made this for Super Bowl Sunday and the family asked me to make it again for Oscars night later this month. Tasty. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

amazing! perfect for our superbowl party tonight

Anonymous said...

Made this for my boyfriend and his friends watching the NASCAR Gatorade Duels on DVR tonight. Amazing doesn't even do it justice! The only thing I tweaked was adding a squirt of spicy mustard and a few splashes of Tabasco sauce. You are a genius for this recipe!

Julie @ Sugarfoot Eats said...

I believe that someone may be using your photo like it was their own on their FB Pampered Chef site....not sure if you were aware.

http://www.facebook.com/JamiPCKitchen

Kevin said...

Julie @ Sugarfoot Eats: Thanks for the warning! I have sent them a message.

Anonymous said...

My husband and I never add lettuce or tomato on our burgers so this recipe is simply perfect for us. It ridiculously delicious and easy to make. Thank you, Kevin! YOU ROCK!!

Anonymous said...

This is by faaaarrrr one of the best dips ive ever had my family loves it i ad a bit of breakfast sauge with ground beef ....yummmy

Atroub said...

Hey Kevin, a friend of mine is getting married next weekend, she requested this dip for her reception. I need to make approx enough to fill two half size buffet pans (total of 8qts), could you tell me about how many times to multiply the ingredients of this dip. Or maybe the yield of the recipe above. I see it serves 4plus, but didn't see the total yield. Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I need to make this for my next tailgate party!

Anonymous said...

this looks incredibly amazing!! I can't wait till I get all the ingredients I need to make it! :)

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