What would you make if Hellmann's challenged you to create a game day spread and using a jar of mayo in the process? Well, I'm saying challenge accepted! Come see what I'm making.
This Creamy French Onion Dip kicks off the spread. As you will soon see, that was just the start of the adventure!
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French Onion Dip
Creamy Onion Dip is of course a staple of parties and has been for ages. You really can't go wrong with this classic dip. It is super easy to make and most people enjoy it. The recipe requires only three simple ingredients and just five minutes to prepare. It goes great with veggies, chips or crackers. This dip really is a great place to start any game day spread.
Bonus! This is a low carb dip. It has just 1 net gram carb per serving.
How to Make the Onion Dip
Let me show you how to make this amazingly easy French Onion Dip recipe with a step-by-step walk through with pictures. Printable recipe card can be found at the bottom of the post.
Yup, this really is all you need to make delicious French Onion Dip for your Game Day spread.
Just Lipton Onion soup mix, Hellmann's Mayonnaise and sour cream.
Empty a 16 ounce tub of sour cream into a mixing bowl.
Add a cup of mayo.
and empty one packet of the onion soup mix on top.
Mix well and scoop into your serving bowl.
All the ingredients for this recipe and the dishes shared below can be picked up right at Walmart in just a few minutes with their Online Grocery Pickup feature. If you do need to run into the store for ingredients to make the dip: Hellmann's or Best Foods Mayonnaise is in the condiment aisle, sour cream in dairy and Lipton Recipe Secrets is with the soups and bouillons. Don't forget to make a quick pit stop in the produce dept or chip aisle for goodies to scoop up the yummy dip with too!
Game Day Mayo Jar Challenge - Inspired by One Jar
Hellmann's (and Best Foods) Mayonnaise is made with cage-free eggs, is rich in Omega 3-ALA, and made with real, simple ingredients: eggs, oil and vinegar. That seems like great recipe inspiration to me and as I found out, a 30 ounce jar goes further than you might think.
30 ounces equals 3 and ¾ cups of mayonnaise. The Creamy Onion Dip used ½ a cup.
Then I made Popcorn Shrimp, by coating the shrimp in mayo to adhere the bread crumbs. This was a new recipe for me and I'm happy to report success. I've included directions to make the shrimp in either a standard oven or air fryer. The shrimp only took ¼ cup of my jar to make.
I decided the shrimp would go great with some Yum Yum Sauce. So, I made a nice big batch of the sauce/dip. It is also known as a shrimp dip, but it's nice alternative dip for vegetables as well. The sauce took 1 and ½ cups of my mayo jar.
Peeking into the jar, there was still quite a bit of mayonnaise in there. I knew I had to make another dish pronto, before my daughter started making her famous mayonnaise sandwiches with it. Jalapeno Popper Dip was my deliciously addictive grande finale! I used a cup of mayo in that recipe. Now there was just a little left at the bottom of the jar and I decided to let my daughter slather it on her multigrain bread, as she loves to do.
Mission accomplished and a scrumptious food fest to show for it!
More Game Day Food!
Grab some potato chips, onion dip and make a couple of these recipes. Party on!
- Lil Smokies Pigs in a Blanket
- Green Pea Salad
- Cajun Chicken Open Faced Sandwich Appetizers
- Crescent Roll Pizza Appetizers
- Ham Pickle Dip
French Onion Dip Recipe
- 1 envelope Lipton® Recipe Secrets® Onion Soup Mix
- 16 oz container sour cream
- ½ cup Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Mayonnaise
- Combine all ingredients in medium bowl. Chill, if desired.
- Serve with your favorite dippers.