Feb 052013
 

If you know me at all, I walk the fine line between having it all together and being a total mess.  I’m a diagnosed procrastinator, and have been known to write entire papers not the night before they’re due, but the morning that they’re due.  That’s why it’s not surprising that I’m posting a super bowl recipe the day after the game.  Obviously, I was not organized enough to make this in advance and post it earlier, but I was pretty excited about the idea so I wanted to share it anyway.  Hey, there’s always next year, right?


This is a traditional mexican 7 layer dip with a few healthier swaps:  fat free refried black beans, then low fat sour cream (or you could even use greek yogurt) mixed with taco seasoning, then chopped black olives and green onions, then low fat shredded cheese, then salsa, and finally guacamole with football field lines.  Pretty cute, huh? It also takes about 10 minutes to make (a few more if you make your own guac which I did an highly recommend) and is super impressive for your guests.  


Also, did you hear that there was a football game during the Beyonce concert last night?

  4 Responses to “Mexican 7 Layer Dip (AKA: a useless Super Bowl post the day after the game)”

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  3. Do u bake this?

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