Superbowl Party Foods Day 1-Dips

The Superbowl is the Sunday……woohooo! Actually I am not a fan of football, Carl is but he only ever watches the playoffs. But its a great excuse for a party and great food. This year we are having a pregame potluck. There are 5 main components to Superbowl food. You must have 1) a dip for snacking on during the game. You have to have 2)appetizers to your meal, then 3) the main meal. You of course have to have 4) a dessert and 5) drinks! SO today we are going to start with a dip. I am going to share 3 quick and easy dips you can make. Our favorite dip is a simple Nacho Dip. My friend Angie makes the best one. Her secret is homemade salsa…I stole the recipe from her, its really to die for! The second one is a simple Hot Bacon Dip and lastly a Chocolate Chip cookie Dip.

Nacho Dip

All you need for this dip is:

1 package cream cheese

3/4 cup mayo

2 cups salsa

1 chopped tomato

Shredded cheese( I use marble!)

Mix the cream cheese and mayo together, spread on the bottom of a serving dish, spread a layer of salsa, top with tomatoes, then cheese, cover and refrigerate for a few hours, serve with tortilla chips.

 

Hot Bacon Dip

All you need for this dip is:

1 package cream cheese

1 1/2 cup sour cream

1/2 cup cooked bacon crumbled

2 cups montery jack cheese, shredded

1 can green chilis

1 small can chopped jalapenos

1/2 cup chopped imitation crapmeat

Mix cream cheese and sour cream together till there are no lumps, then mix in all remaining ingredients. Place in small glass baking dish and bake @350 for 1 hour. Serve warm with baguettes, corn chips or crackers.

 

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dip

What you will need for this dip:

1/2 cup butter

1/3 cup brown sugar

1tsp vanilla extract

1 package cream cheese

1/2 cup icing sugar

1 cup mini chocolate chips

1/2 tub whip cream

In a small saucepan melt butter, add sugar and vanilla, stir constantly until the sugar dissolves. In a med bowl beat the cream cheese and icing sugar together with mixer until smooth. Stir in cooled butter mixture  until smooth again. Stir in 3/4 cup chocolate chips and then fold in whip cream. Pour into serving bowl and top with remaining chocolate chips. Refrigerate for 1 hour, remove from fridge 15 minutes before serving, Serve with any type of cookie you wish!

 

I hope these inspire you to make a dip for the big game. They are easy to make! If you have a favorite dip you serve for the Superbowl, please share it with us! See you tomorrow for some great appetizer recipes!

 

 

 

 

 

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