Choosing Chip and Dip Sets

With the chance to test nine chip and dip sets, I spread out homemade dippers, fresh dips, and home-canned salsas. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.
I recently had the chance to test and photograph nine chip and dip bowls and platters for The Spruce Eats—much to the pleasure of munchie-loving friends who got to dig into the photo-shoot spread. I was surprised not just by the variety of sets and styles but also by the ways I could fill them. I’m not sure what my editor expected when she asked me to test whether the sets could hold “other finger food,” but I took the opportunity to spread out homemade pita wedges and crackers, home-smoked cheese, fermented pickles, and every type of salsa in my home-canned stash.

Each set had ideal uses, even if you just want to dump in a bag of chips and jar of queso. Some would be ideal for a fancy holiday spread, others can be taken to a bonfire party, and still others are made for curling up solo by a fire.

Learn more about chip and dip sets in this product roundup.

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With the chance to test nine chip and dip sets, I spread out homemade dippers, fresh dips, and home-canned salsas. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.

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When I was testing chip and dip sets, these are a few of the recipes I used:

You can find more recipes for dips and dippers in the recipe index and more of my work off the blog here.

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