Creamy Blue Cheese Olive Dip

Blue Cheese Olive Dip

I love olives. Green, black, stuffed, any, you name them. I love the sour tartness. They are also (obviously) the best part of a dirty martini. The dirtier the better with extra olive juice.

Olives are a fabulous ingredient to have around for the holiday’s. For this Thanksgiving, I was in charge of bringing an appetizer. Just like most of us, I don’t have a lot of extra time on my hands, but I also didn’t want to just buy something to bring. After-all, the hostess will have been in the kitchen of her house for the last two days, I wanted to show my appreciate by bringing a delicious and homemade recipe.

This recipe is so tasty. It reminds me of the pimento cheese I adored in New Orleans earlier this year. Living in AZ, pimento cheese is not such an easy thing to access. I love this recipe better because of the real olives in the dip.

I decided to make an olive cheese dip. This appetizer takes just a short bit of time, and I promise you it will be a hit. Serve it with crackers, chips or vegetables.

Creamy Blue Cheese Olive Dip

I decided to use Mezzetta Spanish olives because I wanted some pimentos in the dip, and Mezzetta Blue Cheese Stuffed olives. I also added a few blue cheese crumbles just for some extra zing. But it is totally up to you which Mezzetta olives you would like to use. You can’t go wrong with any selection with this yummy dip.


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Creamy Blue Cheese Olive Dip


  • 8 oz package cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup roughly chopped olives of your choice
  • 2 tbsp. blue cheese crumbles (optional)
  • 2 tbsp. mayonaise
  • 1 Teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
  • 1/2 tsp. onion powder


  1. Mix all ingredients together and voila! Chill in refrigerator for minimum of 30 minutes or overnight so ingredients can mingle.

Olive Dip

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