Wednesday, January 28, 2015

4 INGREDIENT CREAM CHEESE SUPER DIP


There's lots of hype going on about the big game this week. Although I could almost care less about the game, my family enjoys the evening and I enjoy making some special snacks while they're watching the hoopla.  


This is one of our all time favorite dips- for church fellowships, dinner appetizers, Christmas Eve snacks, VBS treats- everyone loves it! And, it couldn't be easier to make.  There are only 4 simple ingredients that you probably already have on hand, and two of those are cheese.  How much better can it get?

Here's what you'll need-


1 block of cream cheese, softened (low fat is ok too)
1 can of black beans, drained and rinsed
1 can of Ro-Tel tomatoes (I usually use regular, but Mild is all I had on hand)
8 oz. Cojac cheese

To assemble, spread the cream cheese onto the bottom of a pie-plate sized dish, or a 9x9 would work also.  Then, layer the drained Ro-Tel, rinsed beans, finishing off with a layer of cheese on top.  If you want to make a larger amount, use a 9x13 dish and double all of the ingredients.


But don't stop there... heat it up!  Bake at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes until cheese is melted and edges are bubbly.  Serve warm with tortilla chips.


I promise, this dip will be a TOUCHDOWN for whoever you make it for, and YOU'LL be the winner regardless of the score board.  What's your favorite game snack food?


Happy cooking!

For more great party food ideas, try these recipes:






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19 comments:

  1. Julia @cuckoo4designJanuary 28, 2015 at 6:22 AM

    My son loves dips like this, yum!

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  2. That dip sounds delicious...will make it this weekend. It's a good way to sneak a little fiber into the diet, too!

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  3. Must try! Perfect for super bowl!

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  4. Oooh, good point! Thanks Marigene, hope you like it!

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  5. Howdy....they all look so yummy..I was at a family gathering over Christmas and my sister-in-law made one that was similar to the meatball recipe...thought I would send it along for all to try, as well as the one you shared. I bag of meatballs (she did use turkey but beef could be used), 1/2 jar peach preserves, 1 - 20 ounce can of pineapple chunks, 1 jar of sweet and sour sauce and a can of stewed tomatoes. She cooked this in a crockpot...Really, really good...

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  6. OMG I saw the picture with your ingredients list and I knew I would love what was about to come. I love cheese everything this just sounds delicious. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. I make a dip recipe similar to this one, but it doesn't call for black beans. Your dip looks so delicious that I'll have to try it soon! It'll be a hit!! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Oh, that does sound delicious! I love all of the different variations possible!

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  9. This dip looks so good! I can't wait to make it!!! Thank you!

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  10. This sounds delicious and perfect for Super Bowl Sunday. I think you mean Cotija cheese which is a Mexican cheese.

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  11. I will definitely make this dip. I know it's something our family/church would enjoy. I pinned too. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Yummy!! Love the Super Bowl! Great excuse to have appetizers for dinner!!!

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  13. Lisa @ Shine Your LightJanuary 29, 2015 at 11:37 AM

    I will have to make this Jennifer! Sounds perfect for my cheese loving crowd and hearty too with the beans!

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  14. We make this ALL the time too! It's a crowd pleaser! We cheat & just microwave it until heated through. 5mins or so I think. Also, I made your quiche last Sat and my family loved it! Will be in constant rotation from now on. It's a nice break from the usual pancakes or breakfast casserole. Thank you! Keep the recipes coming! Love your decor too!

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  15. Sounds delicious! And easy is always good!

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