Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Three Ingredient Dip-Sausage or Ground Beef, Cream Cheese and Rotel

I needed a last minute munchie and saw a variation of this Three Ingredient Dip on Pinterest. Since I didn't have breakfast sausage on-hand I decided to sub ground beef and add a little Montreal Steak Seasoning. That turned out to be a good idea! Will this replace the original version? I guess I'll have to whip up a batch with sausage one day to find out... Oh the things I do for this blog:@)
I see Bloggy Buddy Kitty makes a variation of this too, her family calls it Man Dip:@)
You can see her recipe here.

Recipe is easily cut in half. Half would fit into a Little Dipper Crock Pot.
Leftovers? This is another cream cheese based dip that's good schmeared on a bagel.
Or maybe thin it out with some Half and Half, add spinach and serve over pasta.

Three Ingredient Dip-adapted from Life Prekarious
1 lb Jimmy Dean Sage Sausage ~or~ 1 lb ground beef plus 1-2 tsp Montreal Steak Seasoning
2 (8 oz) bricks cream cheese
2 (10 oz) cans Rotel-I lightly drained mine and used the Walmart brand
  1. Brown sausage ~or~ ground beef, pour off fat. 
  2. Add cream cheese and Rotel to meat (if using ground beef add Montreal Steak Seasoning), heat and stir until melted. Pour into serving bowl, or add to Little Dipper Crock Pot to keep warm.
  3. Slow cooker version: Add browned meat, cream cheese and Rotel (Montreal Steak Seasoning if using ground beef) to slow cooker. Cook on high (watch it and stir a couple times) for 2 hours.
Enjoy a munchie and have a happy day:@)

8 comments:

  1. Smart subbing Lynn! Some days just demand a dip!!
    Jenna

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  2. I used to make the Rotel cheese dip all the time but haven't in years! This sounds good too!

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  3. We love this Dip, Lynn, and my son, Mike, and I will eat it as a meal. Thanks for the shout-out! Hope you're having a good day.

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  4. I forgot to say, but I use Aldi's brand of Rotel! I'm thrifty like that. Lol.

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  5. The best thing about this dip is that it tastes good and is keto compliant!

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  6. I have to say that any day with dip is a good day for me. Unfortunately it's not a good day for the dip! Sounds great!

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  7. Man dip sounds like a perfect description! Moving on to the Final Four and hoping we have a team to root for---and a good excuse to add this dip to the menu!

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