No skimping on the cheese or the bacon here. You'll be using your finger to get at this if the chips run out.
A simple and delicious dip for game day; make it ahead of time and refrigerate until kickoff.
A healthy football dip that takes just a few minutes of knife work and a short trip to the blender. Add more cayenne if you like it hot.
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.
A hot, creamy dip with a little bit of spice, depending on how much heat your salsa gives it.
Fresh is always better than frozen. This hot dip uses fresh spinach.
This cheesy chicken dip brings heat in a big way. Can you handle the spice?
The flavor of sweet onions gives this dip a slightly more interesting taste than just a bunch of melted cheese (although that would be pretty good, too).
Dips are usually for the dark winter months--bring the color and taste of summer back with sun-dried tomatoes.
Three different types of cheeses combine, with pimento giving a tinge of heat.
A very creamy, cheesy hot dip. Heat it up at the tailgate party or serve it hot while you watch the game on TV.
No powders here. Fresh ingredients and freshly-cooked bacon will make this dip the hit of your party. Or throw it in a cooler and bring it to the tailgate.
Mushroom fans who are also party fans will want to try this simple dip.
When you're ready to make the leap to a really quality crab dip, here's the recipe to go with. Think of yourself as the Yankees signing Alex Rodriguez--sure, it's expensive, but if it gets you a World Series...
Thin chips can't handle this hearty Asian dip. You'll want to break out some bread--or at least crackers--for this one.
A tasty dip that's very simple to make. Flavor comes from mustard and paprika.
No stove necessary for this spicy crab dip. Just mix these ingredients together and zap 'em. Pow--game food served.
A hearty dip that will warm you up at the tailgate party or huddled around the man cave.
This dip is as much of an improvement over store-bought bean dip as Peyton Manning is over Jim Sorgi.
Fresh spicy dip for tortilla chips. Beware--use just one canned chipotle, not one whole can of chipotle. Don't make the mistake Don did.