Delicious Dill Dip – Your new go-to party appetizer

Dill Dip Recipe

Anyone that loves to host a lot of gatherings and parties has a few go-to recipes in their quiver that hit the bullseye every time. For me that’s dill dip. My mom has made it for as long as I can remember. She got to the point where she stopped making it because she was bored of it and thought her guests were too. (She throws a lot of parties. What can I say, I get it from my momma!)

It turns out, everyone still loves it and devours it every time it’s around. Now I make dill dip for every party I throw.  Why mess with a good thing if it’s working?? This is an easy recipe that is actually best if made a day ahead; one less thing to do the day of a party is a wonderful thing!

Dill Dip Recipe

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Dill Dip Appetizer
  1. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. For a larger party, double recipe. Refrigerator until ready to serve.
  2. When ready to serve, hollow out an unsliced loaf of bread and serve dip in bread bowl.
  3. Tear apart excess bread to serve with dip. Pairs best with unseeded rye bread. Pumpernickel and sourdough are great options too. Other dipping options to try: sesame sticks or raw veggies such as carrots.
Recipe Notes

If I make a double batch, I serve with a second loaf of torn up bread for dipping. You can never have enough dipping options!


I find it best to place an order with the grocery store bakery a day or 2 in advance for bread pickup the morning of your party. They don't always have unsliced bread available without advanced ordering.

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I hope your guests love this dill dip recipe as much as mine do! That is, if you don’t eat it all yourself before they show up!

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