grace's bacon cheese spread

Grace's Bacon Cheese Spread

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its that time of year where we are invited to a gathering and to bring something to share. what easier to fix and take but a nice cheese spread. and of course a variety of crackers. trust me you will take home an empty tray with this. enjoy this cheese spread.


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20 Min


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    1 8oz cream cheese softened
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    1/2 cup mayo not lite
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    6oz jar ragu yellow cheese
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    2 teasp. drained red pimentoes
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    2-3 tabsp. sour cream
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    1/4-1/2 cup bacon bits
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    1 pinch onion powder

How to Make grace's bacon cheese spread


  1. combine all ingredients in mixing bowl. blend well.
  2. pour into air tight containers. this is a make ahead. serve the next day for fuller flavor

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Course/Dish: Spreads

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