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Cheesy Spinach and Bacon Dip

Cheesy Spinach and Bacon Dip recipe
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Kick off your next party with our zippy dip in your starting lineup. Chilies bring the heat while cheese, spinach and bacon assist on special teams for a potluck score!
10 min
10 min
32 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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I made this Saturday night and it was a huge HIT ! My guest loved it. The only thing I changed is I used the Velveeta white queso cheese instead of regular Velveeta and instead of cooking bacon I used the REAL bacon bits found in the salad dressing aisle at any grocery store. It was so yummy! A nice change from the hamburger gueso (and a lot less greasy!)
This was easy to make and tasted fine, I'm just not a huge Velveeta fan.
This is an awesome recipe! My husband hates spinach, but he loved this dip. I used fresh baby spinach instead of frozen. I will make this again.
I plan to make it it looks delicious
I have made this recipe many kids love it. I use fresh baby spinach, two bags, saute' it and then add it to the recipe. My kids and husband LOVE IT. Another idea, made this recipe but saute some some boneless skinless chicken breast and then add it to this recipe. Delious !
Made this for the Giant's game yesterday and everyone loved it. It was super easy and very tasty. I served it with wheat crackers but you can dip even a crescent roll in there. Yummy!
Wanted a dip for an poker nite found this recipe been making it for over two years now I add dash of cayenne pepper to add a little heat
I took this to family party and 5 different people came up to me and asked for the recipe. This is great and I'm not a big Velveeta fan but this one, it's a hit
I made this for a party, and honestly it wasn't a big hit. I guess we're not Velveeta fans. I didn't like the flavor or consistency.
I thought this recipe was pretty good. Not sure if I'll make it again or not, but one thing for sure, do not use maple flavored bacon for this dip. I didnt think about it when I was making it, but it really throws off the taste of the other ingredients. For people who have never used rotel before, even the mild kind was a little too spicy for a friend of mine who like bland things. Deffinitly drain the rotel or else the dip will be too runny. If I do make this again I might just leave out the bacon altogether.
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