Bean Dip Nachos

  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 25 mins
  • Yield: 1tray of nachos
  • About This Recipe

    “These are great as part of a Saturday or Sunday football game buffet. They go great with cold beer. Sometimes I even add ground beef after the bean dip, but before the cheese. And there are other times when we make these as a meal instead of just a snack.”


  • 1bagtortilla chips( round works best for these)
  • 1canFrito-Lay bean dip
  • shredded cheddar cheese( , REAL nachos use real cheese, not cheese sauce!)
  • jalapeno, sliced(optional)
  • Directions

  • Preheat broiler.
  • Line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil (makes clean-up easier, throw away the foil instead of scrubbing cheese off the cookie sheet).
  • Spread bean dip on each tortilla chip.
  • Place each chip onto the cookie sheet until the cookie sheet is full.
  • Cover the chips with shredded cheese and jalapeno slices.
  • Place under the broiler until cheese melts.
  • Reviews

  • “I served these at our Family Fun Night. The perfect bean nacho recipe in my opinion. I made about half with jalapenos and half without. Easy to put together. This was sure a crowd pleaser. Just had to be careful who you stood next to when we started playing Twister–if you know what I mean. Thanks Mark!!”

  • “Great Recipe! Really good, thanks!”

  • “Very close to the restaurant Nachos I first had 30 years ago. Try warm refried beans first, then the meat (optional), then the cheese. After melting the cheese, add a slice of jalapeno, then a smalll dollop of sour cream and/or a small dollop of guacamole.Perfecto!”

  • “These are the nachos I grew up with.Wonderful.I served with sour cream on the side.I also serve these with pico de gallo for a twist sometimes.”