When I was contacted a couple weeks back to see if I wanted to develop a recipe for a holiday dip to pair with Kettle Brand Chips, I was all over it. I am a huge huge fan of Kettle Brand Chips. I have been for years. I always have a bag or two in my pantry. They are perfect for snacking and great for parties. And dipped in this Creamy Pumpkin Sage dip, they are sure to be a hit this holiday season.
One of the reasons that I like to cook so much besides the fact that I just like to cook, is that I like to know what is in my food. Take chips and dip for instance. Chips and dip are always my go to snack. And, like pretty much everything I eat, I like to make sure the ingredients are real and wholesome. With Kettle Brand Chips I know that is exactly what I am getting. When I read the ingredient list I understand everything on there. There are no artificial flavors or MSG. And they use non-GMO ingredients. In fact, I just found out they are the first potato chip to be verified by the Non-GMO Project. Pretty nifty huh? I think so.
Among these reasons for picking Kettle Brand Chips, I also love Kettle Brand Chips because there are so many different flavors, 33 to be exact. Among my favorites are the Krinkle Cut Salt & Pepper, Jalapeno, Spicy Thai, Krinkle Cut Cheddar & Sour Cream and of course New York Cheddar. They are also offering a few different flavors to celebrate their 30th birthday. I tried the Jalapeno Jack and hope it stays around. It is delicious! Next I want to try the Red Chili which apparently blends the flavor of Sriracha with cayenne pepper. Sounds spicy and you know me and my spicy food.
For this recipe, I decided that I wanted to try to pair a dip with my favorite Krinkle Cut Cheddar & Sour Cream, New York Cheddar, Krinkle Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper and Sea Salt chips. After consulting the Flavor Bible, yet again, I discovered that everyone’s favorite holiday ingredient, Pumpkin, pairs well with cream, sage and cheese. Thus, I decided to make a creamy Pumpkin Sage Dip. It’s creamy, earthy, pairs well with my favorite flavors of Kettle Brand Chips and would make an excellent addition to your upcoming Holiday parties. Trust me. I put it out for some friends to try while I was recipe testing and they could not stop going back for more.
One last thing, and how fun it is! I am giving away a $100 Visa Gift Card. All you have to do is leave a comment in the comment section of this post letting me know what your favorite flavor of Kettle Brand Chips is and your favorite dip to go along with it. You can also get a bonus entry by completing one of the options below:
Fun huh?! Now on with the recipe!
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Disclosure: I have been compensated for this post but, as always, my opinions are my own.
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