5 Minute, 3 Ingredient Queso Crock Pot Dip
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I can’t believe today is already the official Big Game day! All this anticipation has had me super excited for this day to be able to indulge is some tasty snacks, appetizers, and of course cheer on our New England team! What better way than to make some tasty 5 minute, 3 Ingredient Queso Crock Pot Dip? Honestly, it is the simplest queso EVER and it is done in a jiff!
This is the perfect last minute Big Game dip or appetizer! I am so excited to serve it to my family later in style thanks to the folks at LTD Commodities! Their entire line of football related appetizer dishes, and serving ware is allowing us to celebrate the Big Game in total style!
Chicken Wing Serveware: How cute are these little football shaped bowls? I can honestly find 101 uses for them rather than just chicken wing dishes!
8 Piece Appetizer Serving Set: These are so elegant and perfect for cheese and crackers! I can see myself getting a ton of use out of these for my food photography too!
Oversized Chip ‘n’ Dip Bowls-Red: This is one of the best chips and dip bowls around. I love that it is one solid piece which makes parties and entertaining so much easier!
Chicken Wing Platter *NLA: This football stadium themed chicken wing platter is ideal for wings, dips, cookies, and more! The addition of the extra football shaped bowls was great!
Each of the items we received was packaged so carefully and arrived rather quickly. I have been a customer of LTD for 12 years myself, but my mom has been a lifetime customer! I have always loved the detailed catalogs they’d send in the mail because everything always looked amazing! It was no surprise that the quality of these appetizer items was perfect!
Now onto the 5 Minute, 3 Ingredient Queso Crock Pot Dip which we served in our LTD Oversized Chip ‘n’ Dip Bowl.
- 1 package of Velveeta
- 1 small can of green chiles
- 1 jar of your favorite salsa
Slice your Velveeta into little strips
Drain your chiles, and salsa to get most of the excess liquid out
Add each ingredient to the crockpot on low-takes 5 minute to melt/meld.
Stir well, and then set your crockpot to “Warm”. Of course you could make this on the stove over medium heat and keep it on warm, but the crockpot makes things easier. If you are having guests over I suggest doubling or even tripling this recipe.
This recipe is sooo darn good, and totally foolproof! I think it is the perfect last-minute appetizer for the Big Game.