This Gameday Crock Pot Queso Dip recipe will be something your friends can't stop raving about, the velvety, creamy dip almost too much to resist! This dip recipe will be one that people remember, it's got lots of punch to get people talking, it will disappear fast.
When it comes to gameday at your house, you want to have recipes that satisfy the bunch, and this dip recipe has lots of meat, and creamy cheese to truly hit the spot. Gameday crockpot queso dip recipe is an easy recipe to try. All you need is some ground beef or sausage that has been browned and drained of its grease, some Velveeta cheese, ad chopped tomatoes or Jalapenos (you can use a couple of cans of Rotel instead, it tastes really good). Some roasted chiles (canned or fresh) and some optional diced peppers and onions.
To start heat some oil over medium-high heat, and saute the onion and pepper until they are nicely browned and soft. Then spoon the vegetables into the bottom of the mini crock-pot or dish you plan to use. Then in the same frying pan, cook up the sausage until browned, and when cooked spoon it into the dish that has the vegetables (you want to avoid as much fat as possible). Then cut up the Velveeta cheese into large cubes, and add the cubes to the sausage and vegetables. Then top with the chopped tomatoes and jalapenos, and cook over low heat until the Velveeta cheese has melted, and the ingredients are well combined, you can occasionally stir to mix them up. Serve this delicious dip recipe with some corn chips or tortilla chips.
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