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Growing up I remember nights at my aunt and uncle’s house. On a cold winter night my aunt would whip up her taco dip and we’d sit by the fire watching a movie and eating the dip with some tortilla chips. Of course most parents will tell you chips, dip and little kids don’t always mix, but I didn’t want them to miss out on one of my favorite comfort foods. I thought over and over on how I could come up with a fun and not so messy way to share it with them, when crescent rolls popped into my head. Taco Puffs became an instant hit. I loved that I was sneaking beef into them because they refuse to eat it when we have regular tacos. They even loved dipping them in Hood Sour Cream.
This recipe is perfect because it can be a main course or a side dish, plus it includes ingredients that we always have in our home. Sour cream is a big ticket item with us, we especially love it on our baked potatoes or when making our own dips. I also use it in my crock pot Stroganoff and sometimes in my beef gravies. The kids love it most of all when I mix up a veggie dip and they grab some fresh veggies and dip away. I love it because they prefer the healthy stuff over all the sweets.
If you are ever looking for some great Hood Sour Cream recipes their website has some great ones. Hood Sour Cream comes in All Natural (24, 16 & 8oz), Light (24, 16 & 8oz) and Fat Free (16oz), so you’ll be sure to find one that suits your diet and recipe needs. You can find Hood on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.