Hot Bacon & Swiss Dip


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You know how sometimes you have those moments when you think “I have so much to do! I just need to sit down for a minute!” and then BOOM – like two hours have gone by? I’ll be honest. It happens to me. A lot. I am very easily distracted by awesome projects you can find – especially on Pinterest! Half of the time I sit down at my computer to respond to an email, and I find myself perusing Pins. It’s like I have no control! In one of my distracted moments the other day, I ran across this site and I just had to laugh – because I really was supposed to be cleaning! I Should Be Mopping The Floor is the cutest lifestyle blog that is REALLY worth neglecting your chores for ;). I was practically drooling when I saw this Hot Bacon & Swiss Dip – and it definitely did not disappoint! I think it’s safe to say it’s my new favorite appetizer.

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    http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2013/09/hot-bacon-swiss-dip/

    Recipe From: I Should Be Mopping The Floor

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    12 Responses to “Hot Bacon & Swiss Dip”

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      Thank you so much, Stephanie!! Your photo looks gorgeous and your kind words were so heart-warming!!
    2. I made this yesterday and it was soo good!! None left! The only change I made was the crackers on top. A few of my guests were gluten intolerant so I substituted some crushed cornflakes for the Ritz crackers and I don't think you could tell the difference. I will certainly be making this again and again. It was soo easy to put together. I made it all ahead of time and then added the cornflakes just before I put it in the oven.
    3. Hi there. Would like to make this for our family Christmas were we make dips and appetizers to snack on. Is it ok to make this in a crock pot and if so what changes would I make, and what settings and how long. And would it just as good doubling the recipe. Thanks

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