Sinful Mississippi Recipe

Several Friends Talked About Mississippi Sin Dip During Football Season. 

Some Prefer It Stuffed In French Bread With Croutons, Others Bake It In A Bowl & Serve It With Chips, While Some Use It To Top Baked Potatoes Or Burgers. 

I Was Intrigued, So I Looked Up A Recipe For Mississippi Sin Dip In A French Bread Loaf Online & Tweaked It To Suit Our Tastes. 

I Bought These Ingredients For A January Party. Due To Allergy Issues, I Couldn't Prepare The Recipe In Time, So I Cooked It For Dinner On Sunday As We Watched Football. 

I Prepped A Cookie Sheet With Enough Aluminium Foil To Wrap The Bread. I Hollowed Out My French Bread Loaf. The Insides Became Homemade Croutons. 

Mixing Cream Cheese, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, & Worcestershire Sauce. Mixing Cream Cheese, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, & Worcestershire Sauce. 

I Didn't Mix The Ham & Bacon Into The Dip Because I Don't Like Lumps. I Ordered Deli Ham & Had It Shaved & Falling Apart. I Topped Ham With Bacon Pieces. Now, Replace The Bread Loaf's Top. 

Seal It With Foil. Bake It. Unwrap & Remove The Top. You May Now Dip Croutons In The Sauce, Pour It Over Chips, Or Use It To Top A Baked Potato. 

Remove Bread's Top & Insides. Croutons Are Bread's Insides. 

Sour Cream, Cream Cheese, Shredded Cheese, Pepper, & Worcestershire Sauce. Spread On Toast. Ham-Top. Bacon-Top. 1 Hour At 350.

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