Spooky Halloween 7 Layer Dip Recipe

Spooky Halloween 7 Layer Dip takes a halloween twist on the original 7 Layer dip. It requires just a few ingredients and is the perfect dip to bring to any holiday event. Happy Halloween.

Our seven layer dip is always a party favorite,  so we turned it into a spooky spider web for Halloween.  It’s so easy to make because all you do is assemble it.

We love making this dip for family get togethers. It is always requested at all our parties. I wanted to spice things up this Halloween so I added a spooky twist to it.

how to make spooky 7 layer dip

Step 1: In a small bowl mix the taco seasoning with the refried beans.

Step 2: Spread the bean mixture evenly on an 11 inch plate getting close to the edge.

Step 3: Carefully spread 3/4 cup of the sour cream over the bean mixture.

Step 4: Add the salsa very gently over the sour cream. If your salsa is really runny, drain off some of the liquid first.

Step 5: Apply the guacamole mixture over the salsa. I put dollops of guacamole all over and then carefully spread them together so that the salsa doesn’t come through.

Step 6: Around the edge spread the grated cheese. You could do any cheese for this. I have also tried this with Pepper Jack cheese and it was delicious. My kids love cheddar and Monterrey Jack as well.

Step 7: Top the cheese with sliced olives, diced tomatoes, and sliced green onions.

Step 8: With the remaining 1/4 cup of sour cream, put it into a sandwich bag and clip off the corner.

Step 9: Squeeze the sour cream into a web pattern over the guacamole.

Step 10: Top with plastic spiders.

How to make the spider web on the dip

There are many different ways you could make the spider web on the dip.

The first way, is put the sour cream in a sandwich or ziplock bag. Cut a small hole in the corner of the bag. Squeeze the sour cream, into a web shape over the guacamole.

The second way is the toothpick method. You start by making a swirl of sour cream. Start at the center of the dip, and swirl your way outwards.

With a toothpick, start at the middle of the swirl and drag it outwards. This will spread the sour cream into thin lines, creating a spider looking effect.

how to keep guacamole and avocados from browning

Guacamole is delicious, but it sure is tricky. This isn’t a recipe we would recommend making in advance, but rather an hour or two before serving it to guests.

However, if you need to make it ahead of time, we have found a little trick to keep the guacamole from browning.

Lightly spread on a layer of lime juice to the guacamole. You can do this with a basting brush or a spoon. Simple apply a medium thin layer over the guacamole to keep it from browning.

We recommend doing this if you are making it a few hours in advance. It will also help if you seal it tightly with saran wrap. You may need to fix the toppings after wrapping it with saran wrap, so maybe keep a few extra olives and tomatoes handy just in case.

If you have leftover avocado, you can keep it from browning, by keeping the pit in the avocado, splashing it with some lime juice, and sealing it tightly with saran wrap.

I don’t know the science behind it, but keeping the pit in the avocado has worked for me every time.

Looking for a healthier alternative to sour cream?

We probably can all admit that sour cream isn’t the best for us, but the tangy cream tastes so good when put with the right ingredients.

However, we have luckily found a delicious alternative to sour cream. Plain Greek yogurt. It has the same taste and texture, but the nutritional value is greatly better.

Greek yogurt is a little thicker than sour cream, so if you do choose this option, you may want to heat it up for 7 seconds in a bowl before placing it in a zip lock bag, and piping it onto the dip.

Watch how to make the dip here:

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Looking for more spooky halloween treats?

We have our big family Halloween party this weekend and we love making all kinds of fun recipes. Here are a few of our other favorite Halloween Treats:
Mummy Dogs
Pumpkin Cheese Ball
Spider Web Sugar Cookies
Vampire Donuts

Serves: 10

Spooky Halloween 7 Layer Dip Recipe

15 minPrep Time

15 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 16 ounces refried beans
  • 1 (1.25 ounce) taco seasoning mix
  • 1 cup sour cream (divided)
  • 1 cup salsa
  • 1 cup shredded Colby Jack cheese
  • 2 Roma tomatoes (diced)
  • 5 green onions (diced)
  • 3 ounces sliced olives (drained)
  • 1 cup guacamole
  • 11 ounce bag tortilla chips

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl mix the taco seasoning with the refried beans.
  2. Spread the bean mixture evenly on an 11 inch plate getting close to the edge.
  3. Carefully spread 3/4 cup of the sour cream over the bean mixture.
  4. Add the salsa very gently over the sour cream. If your salsa is really runny, drain off some of the liquid first.
  5. Apply the guacamole mixture over the salsa. I put dollops of guacamole all over and then carefully spread them together so that the salsa doesn't come through.
  6. Around the edge spread the grated cheese.
  7. Top the cheese with sliced olives, diced tomatoes, and sliced green onions.
  8. With the remaining 1/4 cup of sour cream, put it into a sandwich bag and clip off the corner. Squeeze the sour cream into a web pattern over the guacamole.
  9. Top with plastic spiders.
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    • If you click on the MAGIC button under the picture it will take you to our new sister site - MyRecipeMagic.com and give you servings and all nutritional info on this recipe. It serves about 10, so you will need to make 3 batches. You could make it on 3 plates. It will look really cute on your party table!

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