This a wonderful salad that, by not mixing in the chips, can serve as a dip appetizer. This is always requested for our tailgating parties, and is the first to disappear.
Simple Mexican-style cheese dip that can be used with tortilla chips as an appetizer or to fill tortillas to make a meal.
This party dip never comes home. I make it and take it. Then when the game's over, all I have to do is take home the empty dish!
Pants, then shoes, is one important order to remember. The other is the proper way to assemble Frito Pie. See below to make sure you're not doing it wrong.
A thick, spicy, meaty, cheesy dip that comes together in your slow cooker. If you're making this on football Sunday, put it on a little before kickoff of the first game and it's ready just after kickoff of the second one.
An easy cheese dip with plenty of meat. No one will go hungry with this dip on the table.
This is a great crowd pleaser! I make this for every football game in the fall. Simple, easy, and inexpensive.
This is the real version of the Velveeta(R)-Ro*tel(R) cheese dip. If people would just add these ingredients they would practically have a meal! Serve with tortilla chips.
What's better than eating a bacon cheeseburger? Why, scooping bacon cheeseburger dip up on mini bagel chips, of course!
Seasoned cheesy ground beef is the base for a hot and cheesy nacho dip. Serve with lots of crispy tortilla chips.
This cheese dip is easily the best that I've ever had and being a college student, I've had quite a lot. The only reason there are ever leftovers is because this dip is so delicious and filling. I recommend Mission(R) or On The Border(R) chips because this dip is rather thick and you need a durable chip that wont break off too easy!
With all these spices--Tabasco, mustard, horseradish, more mustard--you'll enjoy the dip even if you don't like what you're dipping in it.
A simple and delicious dip for game day; make it ahead of time and refrigerate until kickoff.
A hearty dip that will warm you up at the tailgate party or huddled around the man cave.
Bean dip, that easy football appetizer, taken to the next level with a hefty dose of seasoned ground beef.
A creamy dip with green chiles adding heat to the mix.
This hot chili dip is a great way to make use of that ground venison or beef in your freezer. It has a kick from chili powder! Serve with tortilla chips.
Nachos with an American twist--that lunchroom classic, Sloppy Joes. Inspired by Anthony Robertson's "Red Devil Dip."
Your nacho will runneth over with this combo of beef, sausage and picante sauce. Inspired by wellsteins' "Superbowl Dip."