chips and dip

chips and dip

A snack consisting of chips and a sauce or condiment to dip them into. Put out some chips and dip for everyone before the show starts.
See also: and, chip, dip

chips and dip

potato chips, or some other kind of crisp snack food, and a sauce or dressing to dip them into before eating them. There were tons of chips and dip and all kinds of cold drinks available for everyone.
See also: and, chip, dip
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Designed in two sections, with a dip bowl centered in a large chip bowl, it features separate air-tight lids for both chips and dip.
Such a system provides chips and dip in one easy open and reclose pack.
No longer considered just party fare, chips and dips -- and veggies and dips -- have become snacking mainstays.
Doritos will also be providing retailers with PoS material and encouraging them to merchandise chips and dips together.
A winner if you don't like your snacks too spicy, but both the crunchy chips and dips are very bad on the waistline.
Double Dippers", with nacho chips and dips as a forerunner.
While chips and dips are perceived as indulgent snacks, migration away from processed foods means consumers are likely to buy products with natural ingredients more than those with 'free-from' claims," the report says.
The new initiative will focus on marketing chips and dips together, with the tagline `dip in, chill out'.
Our recipes combined with our Panetini are also a tasty alternative to the traditional chips and dips.
In addition to the standard chips and dips (which are a must), a great way to incorporate the football theme into your Super Bowl spread is to serve "pigskins in a blanket" on a bed of wheat grass, or fashion kebab skewers with cheese cubes and serve them in a Nerf football.
Poore Brothers also markets branded tortilla chips and dips, which it distributes along with a variety of snack food products manufactured by other companies.