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VELVEETA® Chili Dip

VELVEETA® Chili Dip recipe
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Just 2 ingredients and 10 minutes stand between you and this VELVEETA Chili Dip. As cheesy dips go, it’s a classic.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
3 cups or 24 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
4/13/2014
I love chili cheese dip! I made mine with 2 cups of home made chili and it turned out fantastic. We are a small family of 3 and I was just looking for a spring break snack...I was able to freeze the rest and it reheated perfectly!
posted:
12/30/2012
Simple but delicious!
posted:
10/20/2012
I also add 8 oz. of salsa to this recipe. Instead of microwaving it, I cook it in a Crock Pot. Very easy and always popular at parties.
posted:
10/11/2011
I was not impressed at all. I will try this again, but it definitely needs something more....
posted:
6/29/2011
This was my Daddy's favorite recipe - He passed away 3 yrs ago today on his 91st birthday. He looked for this dip at every event !
posted:
1/24/2011
It was just ok...not the best chili cheese dip I have ever had. Velvetta makes things set up like a rock :(
posted:
12/29/2010
My version of this recipe is with ground beef, refried beans chipolte seasoning , and salsa with the velveeta. It always disappears. Posted by:smag on 12/29/10
posted:
12/29/2010
my family has made this dip for as long as i can remember, but we add jalapeno relish -- when we can find it -- or just some spicy picante sauce. SOOOO good. very good dip. Growing up, whatever social function / party i was to go to, everyone knew i would be bringing our cheese dip - its wonderful!
posted:
12/28/2010
I have not made this particular recipe, the one I make is velveeta, chili and rotel peppers (I just use salsa). It goes great with chips but I also like to make it when I make pigs in a blanket. It's a great dip for them.
posted:
12/28/2010
I couldn't get the Velveeta to melt like it used to melt. I was very disappointed. Everyone loved my "queso" dip that I would serve for all types of functions. I always added a can of "Rotel" and knew that there would be nothing left of my "queso". Now after my last few experiences of having the Velveeta not melt, I stopped making this dish. Very sad. I hope Kraft reconsiders having changed their Velveeta formula...
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