Buying dips and salsas in bulk just got easier at Sam's Club. Our huge selection of options will immensely add to your snack and meals because of how easy it is to prepare and clean up.
Dips are a style of a creamy or a liquid, oily mix that have combined flavors for you to add on different food items or onto an entire plate of food. Dips include hummus, cheese, spinach, cilantro, and buffalo chicken all pair well with almost any finger food or handheld snack that needs more flavor without reheating. Dips are packed with deliciousness without the mess.
Dips are contained in their packaging and easy for sharing because they can be scooped onto a plate if continuous dipping is not an option.
Salsa is a type of dip that is adopted from Spanish culture and used with many Mexican dishes including nachos, burritos, enchiladas, tacos, and rice. Salsa is often coupled with guacamole and chips as a trio appetizer at restaurants or fulfilling snack at home. You can absolutely dip vegetables like broccoli and carrots into salsa for a unique taste that is just as filling.
Dips like hummus and hot salsa and low-calorie chips, bread, or rice are much healthier options for your kids and family when on the go eating or cooking at home. Dips and salsas are an affordable pantry option that will fit your kitchen budget without hesitation.
At Sam's Club, we offer a variety of dips and sauces to spice up your work and school lunches, snack time, and dinner.
Let us help you find the best dips and salsa for your artisan bread slices, chips, and rice. Order from SamsClub.com and select shipping or Pickup in Store option to make it easy and stress-free.
What Are the Different Types of Dips and Salsas Are There?
Heat Salsa Variations: Salsa comes in different variations of spice and pepper heat to give you a flavor experience as you match it with other foods. A mild or sweet salsa will have limited pepper and maybe a dose of sweet zest to it, making it very tangy and enriching. Spicy salsa is exactly how it reads—spicy! It has peppers in it that will heighten certain sense because of its heat. If you love something with a kick, start with a spicy salsa. Look out for caliente or picante if you are trying to stay away from the heat.
Chunky salsas and smooth salsas vary. If a salsa has more vegetables and you want to taste the physical additives, chunky is the way to go. Smooth salsas tend to be thinner and hotter in spice, the added solid ingredients are much more liquified.
Creamy Dip: Creamy dips with cheese as the foundation and base of its taste are typically much thicker and full of versatility. These dips are great with chips, French fries, and bread.
Sweet Dips: Sweet dips like whipped creams or jellies are sure to cure your itch for something sweet. Consider bread and fruit as great snacks to pair with these types of dips.
Spicy Dips: Spicy dips bring the fire to your snack or dish. Jalapenos are a standard pepper to up the heat in a dip or salsa. Dips and salsas with hot peppers or Cajun spices can vary in heat while maintaining a great taste.
Savory Dips: Hummus is a popular creamy and savory dip blended with various spices and vegetables to make a smooth texture. Classic hummus has chickpeas, while additional flavors will have red pepper, artichoke, or other ingredients that make you grab your favorite pita bread and crackers so you can enjoy.
Fruit Dips: Fruit dips depict several options for enjoying a snack. Dip strawberries, grapes, cherries, and apples into creamy Greek yogurt or cream cheese dips.
Veggie Dips: Veggies dips kick your greens up a notch. Ranch dips and creamy dips with seasoned flavors will increase the enjoyment of those vegetables your kids haven't always loved.
Snack Dips: Snacks dips and salsas are creamy, fruity, spicy, savory and sweet. With Sam's Club, you have options for what you want to dip and what kind of snack you're looking to enjoy.
Warm vs. Cold Dips: Whether a warm dip or cold dip, there is no right or wrong when it comes to how to enjoy it. Without refrigeration, some dips, especially creamy dips, will expire or grow chunky. Dips with a protein are likely best warm. Pimento cheese dips are best cool or at room temperature, so it doesn't melt unless it is a cheddar or queso style dip. Always read the instructions on your packaging to determine how to maintain this product.
What Sizes of Dips and Salsas Can I Choose?
Have you found your favorite dip or salsa? Purchase it in bulk, in-store at Sam's Club or order online to have it shipped to your home or office.
There is no average, regular-sized or ounce expectation for dips and salsa. The products can range at 10 ounces and act as an alternative to traditional sugary or boring, nutritional snacks.
What to Consider When Buying Dips and Salsas?
Dips and salsas are great for any time of the year and any occasion including for game day, baby showers, birthday parties, graduations, weddings, potlucks, and work lunches.
Common food products to serve with your dip and salsa include vegetables from veggie trays or fruit from fruit trays, crackers, and bread. Choose a warm or cold dip depending on the location of your event. If you do not have a slow cooker or access to reheat the dip or salsa, use a cold option.
Dips and Salsa Brands at Sam's Club
Our shelves are constantly growing with new fresh dip and salsa brands. We offer popular brands of dips and salsa products in bulk, including popular brands Wholly Guacamole, El Paso and Member's Mark. Others include:
FAQ: Dips and Salsas
Is salsa dip healthy?
Yes, salsa dip is healthy depending on how much you consume and what snacks you consume the salsa with. Healthier options to dip into your salsa include raw vegetables or low carb items. Consider the heat in your salsa selection. If you have heartburn or you are sensitive to spicy foods, you should purchase a mild or no-spice option.
Is salsa a dip or a sauce?
Salsa is a dip and a sauce. Salsa is English for the word sauce so it's only right the product has two functions. Choose your favorite bread product or snack—from there, it's your choice to take a dip with the chip or pour the salsa over the food.
What can you dip tortilla chips in?
You can enjoy standard tortilla chips or fried tortilla chips, corn or flour, with anything from hummus to salsa to a creamy dip.
How much does salsa cost?
Salsa in bulk starts at an average price of $49.98 for a pack of four. Sam's Club offers great prices on individual salsa purchase and bulk purchases for the best savings.
How much does dip cost?
Sam's Club offers flatbreads, pita bread, and pizza crusts in bulk and at a savings you cannot find anywhere else.
What is the healthiest salsa?
The healthiest salsa has veggies, natural flavors, and light sugar or no sugar additives while still having a great taste. Always make your best judgment and selection when you check the ingredients and product facts to get the best information on the healthiness of a product.
What is the healthiest dip?
The healthiest dips have no dairy and lots of nutritional content, ready to give you a vitamin boost and tame hunger.
Can dip be fat free?
Yes, some varieties of salsa across various brands like Pace are fat-free.
Is salsa gluten free?
Yes, some varieties of salsa across various brands like Chi Chi's are gluten-free.
Sam's Club offers the best dips and salsas for your next meal prep or dinner to keep the food coming and healthy options available right at home.