Chili Cheese Dip

Back in my college days, whenever we had a dorm meeting this dip made an appearance. It was ravished even before the meeting started. It is so simple to make and just really tasty.

I always use the same canned chili brand, Stagg, because it is hearty and has little pieces of meat and not just beans. I use one original flavor and one dynamite flavored because we like some heat. If you do not want any heat just use original.

 

Cook Time – 10 Minutes

Serves – 4

Ingredients

Stagg Original Chili – 1

Stagg Dynamite Chili – 1

Cream Cheese – 1 block, cut into squares

In a saucepan, heat your chili till it bubbles and then drop your creamcheese in. Mix till the cream cheese melts into the chili. Take off from the heat.

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It thickens and becomes more scoopable as it cools slightly. I know it is such a simple recipe but you will not believe how many people ask me for the recipe when I take it to parties. The ratio is 2 cans of chili to 1 block of cream cheese.

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It tastes better than it looks. Serve with tortilla chips. Enjoy!

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. This sounds super yummy!

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    1. Anne Mutisya says:

      It is and super easy! I was not going to post it because it is easy I felt weird writing a recipe but after three people asked me for the recipe during Christmas, I figured might as well. Lol! Thanks for stopping by!

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      1. Yeah I think it’s good you posted it! Always looking for new foods to try xx

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      2. Anne Mutisya says:

        Oh good! Hope you try it 🙂

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  2. hollyjohnsen says:

    You can’t go wrong with a chili cheese dip at any function! You won’t be taking home any leftovers. XOXO.
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    1. Anne Mutisya says:

      Yup and you get hounded by recipe requests! Lol!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. mistimaan says:

    Looks too yummy

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