This amazing and easy chipped beef recipe is incredibly creamy. With sour cream, block of cream cheese, thin slices of chipped beef and flavor enhancing Worcestershire sauce, this creamy dip is perfect for game day.
Truly the best chipped beef dip we have ever had, this dip is warm, creamy and serves fantastically on a variety of dip favorites like chunks of bread, crostini, crackers and celery. Certainly a classic recipe, this go to dip is worthy of grabbing a chip and digging in!
There are so many choices for cold dips, from ranch to salsas, but every appetizer try and potluck party needs a warm savory dip as well. This is one of my very favorite hot dips that pairs well with just about any other food on the menu.
Dried beef all wrapped in a creamy and smoky flavor makes this dip recipe hard to beat.
Summer is coming and everyone needs an easy appetizer to serve up. While there are more classic appetizer recipes like Rotel corn dip and salsa verde, this old-school party appetizer is the perfect easy recipe to whip up.
Served in a small jar, pie plate, or small baking dish, hot chipped beef dip and its cream cheese base goes amazing with fresh vegetables, club crackers or Frito scoops.
Let the good times roll! Dried buddig beef makes the perfect salty dip.
Is dried beef and beef jerky the same thing?
This dip recipe uses chipped dried beef. Typically they came in very thin dried slices or jerky pieces.
Note that beef jerky can be very hard in a bite and is typically a lot more harder and dense than a regular chipped beef. Personally I prefer to stick to using chipped beef, which is a smoky salty (and a bit softer) bite. That being said, beef jerky CAN be used if sliced down thin enough.
Hot Beef Dip Ingredients
As someone that invents, alters and makes recipes nearly every day of my life, I want to remind you that the fresher the ingredient, the more taste the dish. I also happen to believe that you should use REAL and full fat versions of things like sour cream, cream cheese, mayo, etc. to get the creamiest and most delicious flavors.
- chopped onion
- white cooking wine
- sour cream
- real mayonnaise
- cream cheese
- chipped beef, chopped into small pieces
- garlic powder, salt, pepper
- Worcestershire sauce
- chopped green onions
Is Chipped Beef Dip Low Carb?
Dried beef dip CAN be the perfect low carb appetizer but please note that this original recipe contains Worcestershire sauce and white wine, neither of which are carb free.
Additionally unless you are using fresh veggies to dip, bread is carb filled making this recipe, as it is, not a great recipe for those seeing a Keto friendly nutritional facts.
This time of the year everyone wants a good dip to much on while hosting a potluck or party. This hot chipped beef dip recipe is the perfect appetizer to serve with crusty bread, baguette slices or raw veggies.
How to store Chipped Beef Dip
Store beef dip in an airtight container for up to 3-4 days in a fridge. To reheat, put in a microwave safe dish and heat, 30 seconds at a time, stirring and continuing to warm until melty and cheesy again.
Why I love this chipped beef dip recipe
Chipped beef is one of those salty dips that is just so cravable. Nothing says “give me that recipe” more than the addictive flavors of chip after chip.
This is one of those recipes that do just that! With savory dried beef (and we have also used beef jerky!!), all you need is your favorite Ruffles, Tortillas, corn chips or bread to enjoy. Beef and cheese are ALWAYS a winner.
More Mouthwatering Dip Recipes
Of course this isn’t the only party dip on the block! If you need more savory and sweet dips that are perfect for sharing, we have those too. These delicious party dips will keep the menu fun and the plates empty. When I dip, you dip, we all dip and enjoy!
Cheese dip, crack dip, corn dip, salsa….it really is hard to pick a favorite. But here are a few of our favorite dip recipes that just might get you started.
Dried Chipped Beef Dip
- 1/2 cup onion - chopped
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 tablespoons white wine
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1/2 cup real mayonnaise
- 1 brick - 8 oz. cream cheese
- 1 package - 8 oz. chipped beef, chopped into small pieces
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon ground pepper
- chopped green onions - optional for serving
- toasted bread slices - optional for serving
- Preheat oven to 350 and grease a 2 quart casserole dish with nonstick cooking spray. Set aside.
- Add freshly chopped onion, butter and cooking wine to a skillet.
- Heat onions over medium heat until onions are translucent and tender.
- Add full fat sour cream, mayonnaise, cream cheese, chipped beef pieces, garlic powder, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper and heat over medium low heat, stirring frequently until mixture is hot and creamy.
- Spread beef dip mixture into prepared casserole dish and bake for 15-20 minutes or until hot.
- Top dip with chopped green onions before serving with toasted bread slices.