Guest Chef Scott: Bean Dip

Cheesy Bean Dip in a baking dish with chips in a bowlPlease give a warm welcome to a dear friend of mine, Chef Scott and his famous Bean Dip. Scott and I met in middle school and soon realized our mutual love of tennis.

Our tennis careers followed us all the way through high school. He will never admit it, but I am a MUCH better tennis player (HELLO! I was MVP 2 years in a row…. beat that Scott!) 🙂 We have continued to stay friends throughout the years.

He is married to one of the coolest chicks I know, and happens to be one of my best friends. We love to hang out with these cool cats, and love it even more when this bean dip is waiting for us when we arrive for one of our famous game nights.

Now, I present Guest Chef Scott and his Bean Dip.Cheesy bean dip is a must at any of our family gatherings.  I have no idea where the recipe originated from, but it has been making appearances at birthday parties, Christmas celebrations, football games and game nights since… forever!  Served warm, scooped out of the dish with tortilla chips, it is an awesome appetizer.  Just be warned: once you make this dish and bring it somewhere, they will expect it next time!

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Man eating bean dip with tortilla chip
5 from 5 votes

Guest Chef Scott: Bean Dip

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes


  • 8- oz package of cream cheese
  • - 1 cup overflowing sour cream
  • - 1 large can of Frito Bean Dip
  • - 1 package of taco seasoning
  • - 2 tablespoons minced onion
  • - Tobasco sauce to taste
  • - 6-8-oz Monterey Jack cheese
  • - 6-8-oz cheddar cheese


  • Preheat oven to 350. Mix cream cheese, sour cream, bean dip, taco mix & minced onion.
  • Add Tobasco sauce to taste. More Tobasco = spicier bean dip!
  • Pour into a flat, 9x13 dish.
  • Sprinkle on cheese.
  • Bake until the cheese is bubbly.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Although this recipe looks great I would be more apt to go for a homemade taco seasoning mix rather than one with questionable ingredients. This one is pretty simple.
    I can’t wait to try this bean dip! Looks delicious!

  2. Anonymous says:

    what size is a “large can” of Frito bean dip? I can only find 9 oz can’s. Do I need to double? can’t tell from picture if can is bigger.

    1. Can you make this recipe a day ahead and keep in fridge prior to baking?

    2. Yep!

  3. Dan Van Dyke says:

    5 stars
    It’s a hit every time! Delicious! This dip always gets totally eaten up and compliments when I make it (which is every event)