Sunday, December 18, 2011

Cheesy Party Dip

The only regret you will have from making this dip is the extra jiggle in your backside after you ate the whole lot of it.  It is so freakin good it's ridiculous.  Once upon a time someone made a baked dip for a party and I altered it a touch over time.  I served this at my sons birthday party, and we had some leftover so we have been snacking on it since!

Cheesy Party Dip

16oz.Velveeta cheese cubed
8oz.Cream Cheese
Newman's Own Pineapple Salsa

The only reason I'm name dropping on the salsa is because it's the only jarred pineapple salsa I've tried, and it's so awesome. But feel free to use whatever you like.

The sweetness that comes from the pineapple makes this dip pretty unique, most people can't figure out what's in it.

To prepare the dip.  Place the Velveeta cubes and cream cheese in a microwave safe dish and microwave on high in one minute intervals, stirring in between until the cheese is smooth and dip-like.  Add in half the jar of salsa, mix together and microwave for 30 seconds more.  Serve with tortilla chips.

For my son's party I put the dip an a small dip crockpot so that it would stay warm for the duration.  If you are serving this for an appetizer or a snack you can just pour it in a nice bowl and munch away.  Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. I make a cheesy sausage dip that gets rave reviews at parties (if it makes it there, since I eat all of it way too quickly...) - 1 lb of ground sausage, 1 block of cream cheese and 1 can of Rotel diced tomatoes w/ chiles. So good. Keep warm in the crockpot! I'll have to give the pineapple a try!



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