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Bean Dip

Yes I know bean dip is so simple.  But I thought about it because my kids were requesting crazy stuff this weekend.  Bean dip was one of them and there are great ways to use the leftovers.   So today I post my bean dip and tomorrow you can find a great recipe to make using your bean dip.
added some avocado for garnish


1 can refried beans look for vegetarian or fat free
2 tbsp organic sour cream
1/4 cup shredded cheese mexican blend ( always have this stuff on hand) ( organic preferably)
1/4 cup favorite salsa

Directions; 
Heat on stove top at medium heat. Stir occasionally until everything is incorporated and heated through. You should no longer see any bits of cheese.  Serve with chips and keep watching for my other fun ways to use your bean dip.  This is a great way to get protein in your kids. My kids and their friends love this!


  • Green  Shellfish
  • Pink Gluten
  • Yellow Nuts
  • Blue  Soy
  • Red Eggs
  • Orange Fish

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  1. I was never a fan of bean dip but the recipe looks inviting so I'll have to try it. I am following you from the mom bloggers club. Would love for you to stop by and say "hi": http://blog.writerslairbooks.com. :)

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