Very, very, good as a leftover once it has a chance for the flavors to blend together. Perfect for a cold day. I freeze the extra in single serving size containers and heat in the microwave for a quick, hearty lunch!
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!
Six ingredients, four hours in the slow cooker, food for ten. So simple, you could practically train your dog to do it. (But only if you could also train him to wash his hands. Er... paws.)
Another way to use up that leftover meat is to make a soup out of it. But why be boring about it? Add some spicy Mexican chorizo to it and you've got a really great soup! It's really easy and quick to make and warms you up nicely! Note that you can use meat, shrimp or both along with the chorizo in this soup. (PS: You can also make this in your slow cooker. See the "Alternate Method" below for the directions!)
Hot beef sandwiches made easy thanks to the wonder of your slow cooker. Make the night before and they're ready for your all day football feast.
If you've got the time, make French Dip sandwiches the easy way--in your slow cooker. For the dip (a.k.a. au jus), just use the leftover cooking juices. Any guy can make this.
Great way to feed the masses while watching the big game or when you need your cheese fix. I prefer to use ground turkey or ground bison meat. Makes it seem a little bit healthier.
A very easy seafood dip. All you do is dump in the ingredients and give a quick stir. Your slow cooker does the rest while you relax and watch the pre-game show.
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 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!
This dip is yummy! Crumbly, browned breakfast sausage is mixed with cream cheese and a good salsa. Use your favorite salsa to make it as hot as you like!
Better hot than not! This is the cheesiest, meatiest, spiciest cheese dip you're ever going to find.
Creamy party dip you can make in your trusty slow cooker. Put it in before the football game and it'll be ready by second-half kickoff.
This cheesy chicken dip brings heat in a big way. Can you handle the spice?
A homemade mix of spices gives these easy slow cooker meatballs plenty of barbecue flavor. Serve over pasta or as an appetizer.
Need a hearty, easy football appetizer? Dump these ingredients in your slow cooker a couple of hours before game time, and make your last-minute fantasy football picks while it heats up.
Easy meatballs that cook while you enjoy your day (or head off to work). Perfect for Thursday night football, these'll be ready to deploy in the man cave once you get home.
This is an delicious easy recipe that can be made in the crock pot or in the oven.