Easy and Addicting 3 Ingredient Corn Dip

Addicting Easy 3 Ingredient Corn Dip

Warning, guys. This 3 Ingredient Corn Dip is addicting.  I mean, seriously, you won’t be able to stop grabbing chips and piling those delicious black beans, corn, and avocado pieces on. It’s actually my friend’s recipe. I stole it from her (shhhhhhh….) I love the fact that all you have to do is open two cans, chop two avocados, throw it all in a serving dish and mix. It’s that easy … and frugal, to boot!  I mean, let’s see.  I paid $0.33/lb for the avocados (today is Cinco de Mayo), $0.80 for the beans, and $0.90 for the corn.  And your guests will be like, “Oh my gawd, I need this recipe!”  Trust me.

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Ingredients

1 can of whole kernel corn, drained
1 can of black beans, drained
2 avocados
* optional – freshly squeezed lime (I omitted it this time)

Instructions

Drain your corn and black beans and empty them into a serving dish or bowl. Slice the avocados, remove the pit, and using a spoon, peel the avocado from the flesh. Chop into pieces and garnish on top. Serve with chips (my favorite combo right now are those Tostitos Hint of Lime, again, stolen from my friend) … See how easy that was?

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  1. I’d like to take this dip to a potluck, but I’m worried the avocado will be all brown by the time I get there. Any suggestions on how to avoid this?
    Thanks!

  2. Hi Tanya! A few ways to keep the chopped guacamole from browning. You could arrive a few minutes early and chop them and add them to the recipe and then squeeze a fresh lemon lightly over the top. Or you could squeeze the lemon juice over the top before you leave the house. Personally, I would do option #1 for the best results 🙂

  3. Thanks for your reply! I’d left asking my question till the last minute, so ended up improvising myself and it worked really well. I chopped the avocados at home and placed them in an airtight container with the freshly squeezed lime, which I then poured onto the dip when I arrived at the potluck and stirred it in. Not a brown spot in sight! Received a few positive comments about the dip, too, so it went over well! Thanks.

  4. Tanya, that is so awesome! I’m glad you guys liked it. I can’t stop eating the stuff!!

  5. This looks scrumptious – however I’d like to serve as a side dish. Would it work as such? Thanks.

  6. Hi Joan! Yes, it can absolutely work as a side dish! Try it over some lettuce or white rice, too 🙂 Enjoy!!

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