Can you believe how October is flying by?!?!
Halloween will be here before we know it.
Do you have you wear a costume? Do your kids have theirs?
This year, for the first time, I am not buying pre-fab costumes.
I want the kids to come up with their own ideas and help putting it together.
We've got a few ideas being tossed around…
Wonder how many times they will change between now and then!
Speaking of Halloween, I've got the easiest dip for your Halloween or fall party!
For Ryker's 11th birthday last week, he requested chips and French onion dip as a snack for his party.
So, instead of buying dip, as they are most familiar,
I just grabbed some sour cream and whipped it up with some other kitchen staples.
It was really that easy!
When browned and softened,
add it to 16 oz of sour cream along with a tablespoon of Worcestershire Sauce.
I suppose that you could also add some salt,
but it probably doesn't need it if you are serving it with chips.
We started gobbling this down immediately,
although the longer it waits before being served,
the more the onion flavor will permeate the sour cream!
= Even YUMMIER!
This would also be fabulous as a burger topping, along with some bacon…
Are you salivating yet?!?!
1 medium onion - chopped
16 oz sour cream
1 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
Saute the onion over medium heat until brown and softened.
Add to sour cream along with Worcestershire sauce.
Mix together and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Serve with potato chips, burgers or baked potatoes.