Reuben Dip with Shamrock Chips

Reuben dip with shamrock chips

With St. Patrick’s Day on a Friday this year, I thought it would be fun to share with you a quick and easy appetizer that would be perfect for a party or even just family while celebrating over the weekend. And, a St. Patrick’s Day recipe would not be complete without the cutest homemade shamrock chips!

easy Reuben dip recipe

For as Irish as I am {my maiden name also begins with a “Mc”!}, I’ve never been a huge fan of Irish food. One of my first experiences at an Irish restaurant was after moving into my freshman dorm room at college. My parents and I went out to dinner before orientation was to start and I got so sick after eating at that restaurant! I don’t know if it was food poisoning, but since then, I’ve kept my distance from Irish food. Not to mention, I’m not a huge meat eater and never really cared for corned beef or Reuben sandwiches. I decided that it was just a cuisine I didn’t care for…

Let’s just say this dip completely changed my mind about corned beef and made me feel like a true Irish girl! My mom made this dip a few weekends ago and she suggested sharing it with all of you since it was a quick and easy dish {thanks, mom!}. Ironically, I had already decided to share these cute shamrock chips for a St. Patrick’s Day post and this dip would complement the chips perfectly.

The dip is warm, creamy and delicious {a combination you truly can’t beat!} and the shamrock chips add just the right amount of crunch to every bite. You could easily serve the dip with vegetables, regular tortilla chips or other crackers, but with St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, what better way to eat an Irish dip than with shamrock chips! Check out both easy and festive recipes below…

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Reuben Dip with Shamrock Chips
  • 8 ounces cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup mayo
  • 4 tablespoons Thousand Island dressing
  • 2 cups shredded Swiss cheese
  • 2 ounces deli corned beef
  • 1/2 cup sauerkraut, drained
  • 1/4 cup chives, chopped
  • 1 package spinach tortillas
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine cream cheese, mayo and Thousand Island dressing in a food processor until smooth. Transfer to a medium-sized bowl and stir in the Swiss cheese, corned beef, sauerkraut and chives. Spread mixture into baking dish and bake for 15 minutes. For the chips: Using a shamrock cookie cutter, or any other shape, place on the spinach tortillas to cut into shapes. Transfer to baking sheet and spray the chips with cooking spray and add a little salt. Cook about 10 minutes until crunchy.

Thanks for stopping by, friends! Have a wonderful Tuesday!

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15 thoughts on “Reuben Dip with Shamrock Chips

  1. Can I get an amen!!!! YUM!!! And sooooo CUTE Rachel, the prefect St. patty's day creation, I always make reubens on St. Patricks day but now I want to make this too, No, I NEED to make this!! LOVE!!

  2. Those chips are too cute! And so festive! I drank a shamrock shake from McDonalds, and that is about the extent of my St. Patty's Day festive-ness.


  3. I'm a huge fan of dips, and this one sounds so delicious! We're not Irish, but my mom did used to make corned beef sandwiches for dinner sometimes, so I think that I would love this dip. And yes to the shamrock chips! Those are so stinking cute!

  4. You are so clever, girlie! I love this idea, it's so festive and sounds delish! It's too late for me to through a party this weekend, since I really didn't plan ahead, but I've already begun collecting ideas for next year, including these chips and dip! Thanks so much for sharing and I hope you have the best day, keep warm and safe!



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