White pizza fondue is a quick appetizer for your New Year’s Eve party … or really any night where a cheesy dip would be appreciated. This warm and gooey snack combines two kinds of cheese and sour cream. Lipton’s Savory Herb with Garlic mix adds a flavorful punch. Give it a little extra kick by adding chopped pepperoni. From casual game nights to more refined dinner parties, this recipe fits right in at any gathering. Best of all, it takes just minutes to prepare and requires very few ingredients. Perfect for a last-minute addition to your menu or as an easy appetizer to bring along to the next party you attend.
- 1 envelope of Lipton® Recipe Secrets® Savory Herb with Garlic Recipe Soup & Dip Mix
- 8 oz. light sour cream
- 16 oz. part-skim ricotta cheese
- 1 ¼ cup shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese
- 1/4 cup chopped pepperoni (optional)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- In a medium-size casserole dish, combine all ingredients (reserving ¼ cup mozzarella cheese) and mix well.
- Sprinkle remaining mozzarella cheese on top.
- Bake uncovered for 30 minutes or until bubbling and warmed through.
- Serve with crusty sliced bread or bagel chips.
- (Recipe adapted from the White Pizza Dip recipe found on the Lipton website.)
Shopping tips: If shopping in the Bensalem, Pennsylvania area, Shop Rite on Bristol Road is one of the few grocery stores in the area that carries the specific Lipton mix used in this recipe. Save yourself the trouble, and go here instead of searching.
If you don’t have time to go out the day you plan to serve this dip to buy fresh bread, consider buying Take n’ Bake French baguette sold at many Target stores. At the Bensalem store, you can find this bread in the produce section. The bread is par baked and can be frozen. Simply take it out of your freezer while you’re mixing up the dip and put it in the oven for the final 10 minutes of bake time to get that great fresh-bread taste.
Like this recipe? Make sure you don’t miss others like it. Subscribe to get instant updates, and you’ll receive an e-mail every time I post a new article. Click the “subscribe” button in my bio section. You can also follow me on Facebook for more on food, recipes and restaurants in Philadelphia and Bucks County, PA. Like me at www.facebook.com/BucksCountyFoodRestaurantExaminer and follow me on Twitter @BucksCntyFoodEx. Visit my Snacks and Appetizers Album on Facebook for easy viewing of recipes that are perfect for parties.
To see all of the recipes I’ve shared and other food-related articles, visit my Bucks County Food Page. If you’d like to read my articles focused on Bucks County restaurants, you can also subscribe to my Bucks County Restaurant page.
Want to share with a friend? Click the buttons at the top of this article to share on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. You can also e-mail a friend.