This is a sponsored post by Hunt’s tomatoes. All opinions are my own.
How did we already get here? It’s yet another year of the big game day. Anyone more into the food than the game like me? As with every year, I always try to come up with easy snacks for game day because having something to munch on throughout the game is way more fun!
This 7-layer dip flatbread is obviously a take on the classic 7-layer dip. I thought this flatbread version would be more fun and easier to transport into your mouth. You have all the layers on the flatbread already and you just gotta take a slice and eat it!
Let’s run through the 7 layers. First you’ve got refried beans. They’re so dangerously good. I rarely, if ever, have them, but when I do. Oh my gosh. So good! Then you’ve got sour cream, then spicy guacamole (you can totally use whatever kind you like), then Hunt’s Diced Tomatoes (more on why below), green chilies, black olives, cheese, and typically chopped red onions but Jason doesn’t like red onions (who is he?!) so I omitted them.
I chose to use Hunt’s Diced Tomatoes in this recipe because well, they’re just as good as fresh tomatoes because they are grown in California and picked at the peak of ripeness! They go from field to can within hours to preserve their fresh flavor. The process the tomatoes also go through is called FlashSteam™. Instead of using chemicals, like lye* Hunt’s peels all its diced, whole, and stewed tomatoes using steam from simple hot water (FlashSteam™), and it means that no chemical by-products get put back into the earth! It’s much more convenient for me to use Hunt’s diced tomatoes because I always have a can of Hunt’s diced tomatoes in my pantry – seriously! It’s one of my staple go-to items especially for when I make something in the slow cooker.
7-Layer Dip Flatbread
- 4 large naan-style flatbreads
- 1: 16 ounce can of refried beans
- 1: 8 ounce container of sour cream
- 1: 6 ounce container of guacamole or homemade
- 1: 15 ounce can Hunt's diced tomatoes
- 1: 3.85 ounce can sliced black olives
- 1: 4.5 ounce can green chiles
- 1 cup freshly grated colby jack cheese
- ⅔ cup diced red onions
- On top of the flatbread, layer each individual ingredient in a thin layer. Cut into slices and serve.
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*Lye peeling is generally recognized as safe by the FDA and has no adverse effects on the healthfulness of tomatoes.