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After trying the Trader Joes Bacon Cheddar Ranch Dip (see here: http://shannonslifestyle.blogspot.com/2013/11/trader-joes-bacon-cheddar-ranch-dip.html) I decided to pick up the Trader Joes Caramelized Onion Dip to give a whirl. Just by looks it looked like one of my favorite dips that can be made with Lipton onion soup mix but the caramelized onion made it seem that more enticing.
One day I decided to pull this out of the fridge because I was in the mood for a snack. Opening the container it definitely resembles my beloved favorite homemade dip although I could see small pieces of caramelized onion throughout it. I took out two tablespoons and took a bite with one of my chips and my face puckered. I was overwhelmed with an overpowering salt flavor. At first I thought perhaps it couldve been the chips so I ended up dipping a raw carrot into it and found that overwhelming salty flavor was still there. Im not a big salt fan, I only use it very sparingly in cooking to boost flavoring in cooking. This was just so jam packed with salt that I couldnt even offer it to guests because I would have felt bad. Needless to say the container ended up finding a permanent home in the circular file (i.e. the trash). Ill definitely stick to the bacon cheddar ranch dip because that is flavorful and not salty.
A serving is 2 tablespoons which is 70 calories or 2 points plus values.
Have you tried any of the dip selections available at Trader Joes?