Creamy Chorizo Bean Dip is a snap to prepare and delivers delicious flavors worthy of the best tortilla chips. Great appetizer for tailgating or parties during the summer too.
Creamy Chorizo Bean Dip
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Mission®. All opinions are entirely my own.
When I met my husband I quickly realized he required a well-stocked pantry. He’s quite a grazer and reaches for items within the pantry regularly throughout the day.
As the years have passed I have adjusted the type of items he’ll find within our pantry to items that are USDA organic certified. I’m happier with what he’s eating and he is too! Take for instance our tortilla chips, I recently purchased Mission Organics® Tortilla Chips and he was SOLD!
I personally loved Mission Organics Blue Corn Tortilla Chips with Sea Salt. They were strong chips and held up to a substantial dip such as my favorite Creamy Chorizo Bean Dip.
Don’t you hate digging into a delicious dip and then it happens…”CRACK”!!! You are left holding a corner of a tortilla chip while the dip holds the rest of your chip captive. Nope, not with Mission Organics Tortilla Chips, trust me you’ll love what a solid and delicious tortilla chip you’ll be enjoying.
If you haven’t tried Mission Organics Tortilla Chips you really need to pick up a few bags. I purchased mine at Target while I was there picking up a few things for my daughter’s birthday.
Super convenient to just pop them into the cart and continue on with my shopping. Our older kids we’re stopping over, it was the perfect excuse to make this delicious dip. You can find Mission Organics Tortilla Chips in a variety of flavors including Blue Corn, Multigrain, Yellow Corn, and White Corn.
On top of the amazing fact that Mission Organic Tortilla Chips are USDA organic certified, they are also non-GMO project verified. With only 4 simple wholesome ingredients and no artificial color or preservatives, you’ll feel good stocking your pantry!
You can find a local store near you that carries Mission Organics Tortilla Chips, simply click HERE! You’ll also find additional recipes on the site to inspire you, gotta love that!
Now if you aren’t familiar with chorizo sausage, please don’t let that scare you away from this tasty dip. Chorizo sausage is packed full of seasonings and adds a huge amount of flavor to “Mexican” inspired dishes.
You can find Chorizo in most larger meat sections in grocery stores. If you’d prefer you can omit the sausage, or simply add in cooked ground beef or pork that’s well seasoned.
The beans, the cheesiness, the chorizo…it all comes together in one incredibly dip-able dip! You’ll thank me for not only the recipe but for suggesting a chip that’s worthy of this dip such as Mission Organics Tortilla Chips. No sacrificing a chip when you go in for a big scoop of this dip, you can see from my pictures Mission Organic Tortilla Chips were up for the job of transporting this creamy dip.
And let me tell you, this dip lasted oh about 5 minutes with our family. It is absolutely perfect for watching the big game…it always disappears! Make a batch next time you have friends stopping over and watch it disappear for yourself.
Other great dips to try:
Easy as 123 Slow Cooker Sausage Dip
Baked Blue Cheese & Red Pepper Dip
Looking for even more dip inspiration? Try these:
- Lasagna Dip | Snacks and Sips
- Smoked Gouda Dip | Mildly Meandering
- BBQ Pork Dip | Plain Chicken
Creamy Chorizo Bean Dip
Those pictures make me want to eat it right off the page. And I don’t suppose you happen to deliver LOL? I think this might be the perfect Fourth of July dip.
Glad to hear this is an easy recipe! We love Mission chips, but I must have missed their blue chips. This dip looks delicious, and the recipe is certainly doable. I’ll have to make this soon!
Yum! I love most dips because they are just so tasty! Yours looks amazing. It’s great that Mission offers these chips.
That dip looks amazing. I love cheesy, spicy dips with chips. I will definitely be printing out and making this recipe.
This dip sounds super tasty! I love blue corn tortilla chips so I will be on the lookout for these by Mission.
I love to make dip to bring to get togethers. This Creamy Chorizo Bean Dip looks so delicious and easy to make. I am excited to give it a try.
Such a wonderful recipe. You had wonderful photos here to showcase your dish. Thanks for sharing.
My kids request the Mission Blue Tortilla chips all the time! Nothing irks my oldest daughter more than the dreaded lost chip!
Debra J Hawkins
This sounds absolutely amazing! We are all about amazing dips in our house, especially on game days! I am going to have to make this for the next Dodgers game!
I love dips and this one looks super delicious! The Mission chips are a perfect conduit to get the dip into our tummy! 🙂 I love how simple this recipe is!
Aw. That dip wants me to eat now. Too bad don’t have the time to do it yet.
Looks like a great snack after a long outdoor fun. The purple chips/tortilla must be tasty.
I have never tried adding chorizo to bean dip. This looks delish!!
And those are favorite corn chips!
Jenn @ EngineerMommy
I love the combo of chorizo and beans. This dip sounds divine. This would make a perfect addition to any summer party for sure.
why have I never thought to put chorizo in a dip before?! This is a brillaint dip idea. That’s going on my game day list.
Yum! I have never made this before but I know it would be a big hit when we have people over. We like to make fresh guacamole and salsa and this goes right along with it!
This looks soooo good! I love chorizo and I’ve never seen a dip that looked so delicious haha I need to try this out!
Renee - Kudos Kitchen
All that cheesy flavor packed into an easy dip! I love this recipe!
This looks amazing. I love a great bean dip and with this cheese combo its seems extra great.
Megan @ MegUnprocessed
Ive had those chips and they are delicious!
I am a huge fan of blue chips and this dip sounds scrumptious!
It’s nice when we find something easy to prepare and delicious! And from your pictures I can tell this is going to be one of the best!
You give “1 t” of cumin. Is it teaspoon or tablespoon??