Easy Taco Dip Recipe Without Cilantro! This is the perfect Party Dip Recipe for a Crowd! Made with Cream Cheese, Refried Beans, and Homemade Guacamole!
This Easy Taco Dip Recipe Without Cilantro is SO easy to make! Plus, I love that you can add all of your favorite dips and ingredients into one dish!
Here are even more Easy Dip Recipes without Cilantro!
- Simple Guacamole Dip Recipe without Cilantro
- Easy Pico De Gallo Recipe without Cilantro
- Easy Salsa Recipe without Cilantro
We all know there is either a love or hate relationship with cilantro. I just happen to be on the side that can’t stand cilantro and it taste like soap. Because of that, I’ve adapted all of my favorite recipes and just leave out the cilantro!
These three recipes can be used in this taco dip, or you can make your taco dip like I made mine!
How to Make Easy Taco Dip
First, grab all of your different layers and prepare them! I did 7 layers, but you can do as many as you’d like!
Layer the dip as follows:
- Cream Cheese
- Refried Beans
- Black Beans
- Tomatoes and Green Chiles
- Black Olives
These are the ingredients I used, however you could always use salsa, shredded cheese, shredded lettuce, jalapeños, or any other topping!
Taco Dip Recipe
Here’s What You Need:
4 oz Cream Cheese
1/2 Cup Refried Beans
1/2 Cup Black Beans (drained)
1/2 Cup Corn (drained)
1/2 Cup Tomatoes and Green Chiles (drained)
1/4 Cup Olives (drained)
Grab all of your ingredients and get a short pie dish or clear glass dish.
Drain the corn, black beans, tomatoes and green chili, and olives.
Prepare your guacamole if homemade.
Heat refried beans over stove.
Layer cream cheese, refried beans, guacamole, black beans, corn, tomatoes and green chiles, and olives.
Serve immediately with chips or tacos.
- 4 oz Cream Cheese
- 1/2 Cup Refried Beans
- 1/2 Cup Black Beans (drained)
- 1/2 Cup Corn (drained)
- 1/2 Cup Tomatoes and Green Chiles (drained)
- 1/4 Cup Olives (drained)
1. Grab all of your ingredients and get a short pie dish or clear glass dish.
2. Drain the corn, black beans, tomatoes and green chili, and olives.
3. Prepare your guacamole if homemade.
4. Heat refried beans over stove.
5. Layer cream cheese, refried beans, guacamole, black beans, corn, tomatoes and green chiles, and olives.
6. Serve immediately with chips or tacos.
What herb is a good substitute for cilantro?
Believe it or not, parsley is a good substitute for cilantro in most recipes. However, I have found that leaving out the cilantro works for me and I don’t substitute it with anything.
Why is my taco dip runny?
Your taco dip is probably runny because you did not drain your corn, black beans, and tomatoes and green chiles. A simple fix is to drain these before you add them to the taco dip.
Should taco dip be heated?
It’s up to you if you want to head your taco dip. I would take out the guacamole and add shredded cheese if I was going to make Hot Taco Dip.
Does taco dip save?
It is hard to save left over taco dip. However, if you pick your layers right and leave out the guacamole, it is easier to save for a day or two. However, taco dip is best served immediately! If you want to save it, try leaving the layers separate until you are ready to eat!
What is your favorite party dip recipe?!
If you are a dip lover like I am, be sure to try this Easy Cream Cheese Pink Dip Recipe! It’s one of our family favorites and always makes an appearance at every holiday or family gathering!