Are you you in the mood to be a little “naughty”?
Oftentimes, when I am surfing Pinterest looking for a good recipe to make, I usually look for pins that have a super yummy picture. But then something with a unique name will catch my eye and I can’t resist reading about it. For example, I couldn’t resist the temptation to make “Monkey Butter” or “Million Dollar Spaghetti” when I saw it. How can you resist recipes with names like those? Go ahead and take a look at them. Aren’t you curious too??
(Is it a sin to say”‘Holy” and “Sin” in the same paragraph?!)
Why is this called Mississippi Sin Dip? I don’t really know but after eating it, it’s probably because it’s a sin to eat this many calories in one sitting. With cream cheese, sour cream and cheese, it came out of the oven warm, gooey and cheesy and for me, I was thinking that it would probably be a sin NOT to eat it because it was so good!
With football season just starting, this would make an amazing appetizer to bring to your football parties! I made it for my family for just a Sunday dinner and it was gone in no time. I bought a second loaf of bread and served this dip with that 2nd loaf cut in cubes but you could also serve it with any type of cracker.
My suggestion? Go ahead a sin a little. I promise I won’t tell.
Because I won’t be able to. I’ll have some of this Mississippi Sin Dip stuffed in my mouth!
Very happy to report that This Pin Rocks!
- 1 16oz container sour cream
- 1 8oz package cream cheese, room temperature
- 2 cups grated cheddar cheese
- ¼ cup green onion, save some green ends for sprinkling after baking
- ½ cup chopped or diced ham
- Salt & pepper to taste
- 1 or 2 loaves of uncut french bread
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Slice the top off of an uncut loaf of french bread and hollow out the middle. Don't get too close to the crust as you need the surrounding edges to be sturdy.
- Blend the sour cream and cream cheese until well incorporated.
- Stir in the grated cheddar cheese, green onions and ham. Salt and pepper to taste.
- Spoon the cheese mixture into the hollowed out loaf of bread.
- With heavy duty foil, wrap the loaf with two layers of foil.
- Place in oven for 1 hour.
- Remove and sprinkle on some green onion ends if desired.
- Serve with bread cut into cubes or crackers.