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Christmas Snowman Dip

With the holidays approaching you are probably trying to think of easy Christmas appetizers to make for your Christmas party. In our Rada Cutlery kitchen we made an easy dip recipe that only takes a few simple steps. Your guests are sure to enjoy the Snowman Dip you create!


  • 2 Rada Cutlery Quick Mixes we used the bacon cheddar mix and spinach artichoke mix
  • 2 packages of cream cheese
  • 1 pint sour cream
  • Olives
  • 1 Red pepper
  • 1 Green pepper
  • 1 Yellow pepper
  • 1 Small carrot
  • Crackers


  • Mix the Rada Cutlery Quick Mixes, bacon cheddar mix and spinach artichoke mix, with cream cheese and sour cream. Directions and measurements are on the packages.
  • Then use plastic wrap and line two bowls with it. You will want to pick two different sized bowls because one will be the snowman’s head and the other larger bowl will be the body.
  • Place the dip in the bowls and allow it to chill overnight. This allows the dip to set and become more firm.
  • On a platter or large plate, flip the bowl with the dip over and pull on the plastic wrap to remove the dip from the bowl. It should look like a dome-shaped mold. Now repeat with the second dip. You want to be sure when you are placing the dip that it is arranged on the tray the way you want your snowman to look.
  • Now take sour cream and cover the snowman with an even coat. This gives the snowman a white snow look. 
  • Cut your olives into slices and arrange them to look like eyes and buttons on the snowman’s face and body.
  • To create a mouth, cut the olives into smaller pieces and arrange those on the snowman’s face.
  • Now use the peppers to create a hat and scarf for your snowman.
  • Serve with crackers or relishes and then watch your guests enjoy your creative appetizer!