10 Super Game Day Dips

These hearty dips will have you fighting for you team—and the chips!

Hot Caramelized Onion Dip with Bacon and Gruyère

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Hot Caramelized Onion Dip with Bacon and Gruyère

This favorite appetizer tops our list of tailgating recipes. We bet you can’t resist the highly addictive combination of bacon, onion, and cheese.

Cruisin’ Crab Dip

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Cruisin’ Crab Dip

This simple seafood spread combines a flavorful mix of spices making it a quick crowd pleaser for even the pickiest fans.

Roasted Garlic-and-Sundried Tomato Cheese Spread (Ossabaw Dip)

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Roasted Garlic-and-Sundried Tomato Cheese Spread (Ossabaw Dip)

Show off your sophisticated taste with this delicious grown-up dip. Grab a chip, and taste why readers gave it five stars.

Scallop-Spinach Spread

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Scallop-Spinach Spread

Our twist on traditional spinach dip uses bay or sea scallops plus seafood seasoning to give it a decidedly coastal flavor.

Fresh Guacamole

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Fresh Guacamole

Tomatoes, onion, avocado, and cilantro make for one seriously fresh and flavorful appetizer.

Avocado-Black Bean Salsa

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Avocado-Black Bean Salsa

You’ll love this highly flavored, not-too-spicy dip. To make ahead, combine all ingredients except avocado. Cover and chill, and then gently stir in the freshly diced avocado just before serving.

Chorizo-and-White Bean Dip

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Chorizo-and-White Bean Dip

Chorizo sausage made with lots of paprika and spicy seasonings gives this dip just the right amount of kick.

Smoked Salmon Dip

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Smoked Salmon Dip

This super simple salmon dip pairs well with crackers, vegetables, or breadsticks. A can of skinless salmon is easily substituted for the fresh smoked salmon.

Taramasalata with Pita Chips

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Taramasalata with Pita Chips

This creamy Greek dip features carp, roe, or tarama. Several varieties of each are available but save black roe for other uses; it turns this dip an unappetizing gray color.

Crab, Mango, and Cashew Dip

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Crab, Mango, and Cashew Dip

While this recipe calls for fresh lump crabmeat, you can easily substitute the fresh for less expensive alternatives such as refrigerated, pasteurized cans or shelf-stable cans and pouches. These versions have smaller pieces, so if using, finely chop the peppers and mangoes so they don't overpower the crab.

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