Mississippi Sin Dip

To make this delicious Mississippi Sin Dip You’ll need:

As far as I know, this Mississippi Sin Dip recipe got its start just being called plain ole Mississippi Sin because of its cheesy richness, but along the way, it apparently became a tailgate favorite of the fans of Mississippi State Bulldogs and has since become known as Mississippi State Sin.

I notice a few other states seem to have picked it up over time and renamed it as their own, but as far as I know it originated right here in some kitchen in my home state. Far as I know, this is pretty true to the original recipe with the exception of jalapenos, which I added.

If you’ve been hanging around here any length of time you already know that I love to make dips, lots of dips. To me, they are the perfect snack for game day, for parties, for movie watching, or for any gathering really.

Whatever you call this one, it’s another great cheesy dip to add to your collection of snack dips! Makes a very nice presentation when baked inside of a bread bowl, but you can just put it into a plain ole baking dish too.

Mississippi Sin Dip:

INGREDIENTS:

Serves 20+

24 oz cream cheese softened

1/2 cup mayonnaise

8 oz chopped green chiles

2 cups cheddar cheese

16 oz sour cream

12 oz deli honey ham, very finely chopped

Directions:

Preheat over to 250.

Mix all ingredients together.

Bake for 30 minutes ’til hot and bubbly.

Serve with corn chips or any type of cracker you like.