August 19, 2008

Corn Dip Recipe Card

Edit: Ladies, the cursive font is called Creating Keepsakes Becky (from Becky Higgins). I found it. Go to Becky's blog HERE and click on products. The free download is right there!! I love the recipe cards!! And be sure to post any new dip recipes and I'll do another edit to post them. Later chickies.

How 'bout a little recipe for today? We'll be going to a little end of summer family get together this weekend if the rain stays away...and dips are always good to bring. I always love to get recipes from family and friends, because then you always have that memory of the first time you tasted the recipe. This recipe came from my niece who made all the snacky stuff at my nephew's high school graduation party. Yummo!! The recipe card measures 4" x 6", all text is printed from my computer. I used the Lockhart Indian Corn stamp, Copic markers and a Spellbinders label die for the main image. The patterned paper strip is from Crate Paper. Hope you enjoy! Got any good dip recipes to share?

Here's the recipe so that you can copy and paste into a word document, or print from my blog:

Corn Dip
2 cans Mexicorn, drained
1 can Rotel tomatoes, drained
3 green onions, chopped
1 cup mayonnaise (not Miracle Whip)
1 cup sour cream
2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded
Mix all ingredients together and chill. Serve with tortilla chips.

15 comments:

cherylquilts at scs said...

Yummy...looks good! I love your recipes, and this one is a keeper. I found the font after your last post, and I love it. Thanks again for your inspiration!

Laura said...

What a cute recipe card! What a fun project it would be to do something like this for some of my simple but favorite recipes. Thanks for the idea! By the way, that is a really cute cursive font! Would you mind sharing the name of it and where one could find it? Thanks!

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

I have this recipe! Our family loves it with Ruffle's potato chips. YUMMY!!

SentimentsbyDenise said...

This recipe sounds wonderful! I love the idea of making recipe cards - so great for all those special recipes!
Thanks for sharing.
Denise

Marie said...

This is adorable!! I too would love to know the name of the cursive font and where it is from. Thanks!!!

Mendi M said...

Adorable as always!!

Here is one for you:

Taco Dip

1 pkg dry Taco seasoning
2 cups sour cream
1/2 cup miracle whip

I use this in my 7 layer mexican dip, but love it alone!!

Jenn in GA said...

your dip card is very cute, and i'm sure your daughters love their growing collections (if this is one for them). here's a dessert dip i really like:

Cleur de Creme
8 oz. cream cheese at room temp. (you can use 1/3 less fat version but not fat free)
7 oz. bar of white chocolate (real, not bark) melted
3/4 C. powdered sugar
1 1/4 C. whipping cream
1-10 oz. box frozen unsweetened raspberries, thawed
1/4 c. sugar
cheesecloth

Combine cheese, powdered sugar, chocolate and 1/4 C. cream and mix well with mixer. Beat remaining whipping cream until stiff. Fold into other mixture. Moisten cheesecloth by running under water and wringing until damp dry (no water drips from it). Place cheesecloth in 8x8 or 9x9 glass dish. Pour mixture into it. Fold cloth over so no mixture is exposed to air. Chill. Use cheesecloth to lift from dish and transfer to plate. Remove cheesecloth and discard.

Blend raspberries with sugar (strain if desired) and drizzle over cleur de creme. Serve with table crackers and try to eat just one cracker's worth!

Lynn Mercurio said...

This looks like a yummy recipe...thanks Michelle. I think I'll make this for our next food day at work!

DeeDee said...

YUMMO!!! That sounds so good right now!!!! I'm hungry!!! LOL!! I love your recipe card too Mish....so CUTE!!!

Stefanie Staniak said...

Your card is adorable. Thanks for the tip on the font, I'll have to get to Becky's site to download it. Can't wait to try the recipe - Thanks !! :)

Krafty said...

Thanks Michelle for sharing another recipe. I can't wait to try this one too. I made your chicken (with bacon and dried beef) this past weekend and my family is raving about it! An absolutely fabulous recipe! It was sooo delicious - my 84year old mother asked if I bought it! Never entered her mind that I followed a recipe from scratch! So complements to you the chef extraordinaire, and I guess I need to do more kitchen duty to remind my family that I can do more than hit "4 minutes" on the microwave.

Anonymous said...

Your end of summer dip sounds yummy. Here is one for fall:

Apple Dip

Mix together: 8 oz cream cheese
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla

Layer into a serving dish.
Pour 1 jar of caramel sauce over the cream cheese mixture.

Scoop up with apple slices....

Julia said...

This would be so awesome to make up a bunch for someone who just got married! What a great idea! You're the bombslickety! Julia

Terri E. said...

I had read this fabulous recipe and thought I need to make this for my bible study girls. Everyone loved it!! Thanks so much for your fabulous inspiration in the kitchen and stamping room.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Angie said...

Hi, I just found your blog through Pine...love your creativity and adore your craft space. One question, though...what do you do with your recipe cards? Are they for your use? Do you give them to friends???

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