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Friday, September 9, 2011

Hot Bacon Cheese Dip

Hey everyone! As soon as I saw this dip recipe from Aunt Nubby's Kitchen I knew I had to try it! It's a wonderfully creamy dip that's just perfect for football. Did you notice my fun new pig dip bowl?

I was so lucky to have won the kitchen gadget package from Teeny Templeton and Michael Lee at Designs By Gollum! One of the great items was this way too cute pig dip dish and spreader, 
is it perfect or what!!! Thanks so much Michael!
Hot Bacon Cheese Dip
8oz cream cheese, cubed
2 C cheddar cheese, shred
1/2 C Half and Half
1 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 tsp dry minced onion
1/2 tsp prepared mustard
8 strips of bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled
Tortilla chips or French bread
In a slow cooker, combine the cream cheese, cheddar cheese, cream, Worcestershire sauce, onion, and mustard. Cover and cook for two hours, or until cheeses are melted, stirring occasionally. Just before serving, stir in crumbled bacon. Serve warm with tortilla chips or bread. Makes 2 cups. The original recipe made twice this much, so double it if you have a crowd.

  • I slowly heated everything on the stove top, took about 10 minutes to melt everything. 
  • Since I cooked it faster, I changed out the dry onion for a tsp of grated fresh onion.
  • Using what I had on-hand... I used milk and served it with a thinly sliced hearty rye bread.
  • I could see adding a little garlic powder and paprika too.
  • This may sound like a joke but... if you'd like to cut back on a few calories, it's good with celery sticks and while I don't have one to test right now, I think apples would be great dipped in this.
  • I would make it again!
  • PS-The leftovers were pretty good on a bagel the next day too! Adding diced celery would be very nice.
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  1. Love your little piggies...too cute! Is Earl jealous?!!

    The dip looks delicious, hubby would love something like this when he is watching the Bears. Go Bears!!


  2. That is sooo cute, love the 'tail' spreader!

    This recipe would be a great idea for me to have in a crockpot, for when I am trying to put finishing touches on the meal at family functions, and I hear..."When is dinner?" xo

  3. Congrats once again, Lynn, that is perfect for you! It actually reminds me of Earl. The dip sounds so good. xo,

  4. You had me at Bacon! Love that cute dip dish and the pig tail spreader is toooo cute! Oh so many adorable pig items. hugs, Linda

  5. What a cute post! The dip sounds so good! Lovely shots.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  6. Oh Lynn -- YUM!! Tailgate season is upon us -- on my list to make :)


  7. How cute! And, the dip looks yummy!

  8. Eagles????? To be honest, I haven't decided which team to support. I'm in the "middle land" where it can be the Colts or the Bears. I think the dip will be delicious while following either team.


  9. going on vacay tomorrow - cannot wait to make this for a little beach nourishment!!

  10. You had me at hot bacon - sounds great! Jennifer

  11. When I saw this post, I thought, "Darn, I used the last of my cheddar last night!" Well, I know what's going on the grocery list! This looks sooo good. Thanks for sharing. And YES apple slices would be great. I love the combo of apples and cheddar.

  12. At first I did not see the pig but now I do! Darling he is too!

  13. OH it is a pig and his curly tail!! So cute! And your dip sounds delicious!

  14. Delicious dip recipe. The pig is too cute! Perfect for you. Have a great weekend.

  15. Another great dip recipe!! Check back in with me after football season and see how much weight I've gained trying out all these recipes!!

  16. I copied this one - sounds yummy. And that is the cutest little bowl - love the tail. hehehe

  17. That little piggy timer is perfect for you!!! congrats.

    This dip.. ohhh my, I will make it this weekend. Sounds fantastic.

    Happy PURPLE friday ~ : )

  18. Cute dish! Glad Earl has a new friend. :) That dip looks yummy...mmmm...bacon!

  19. What a great piggy serving bowl!

    I have copied this recipe and am going to give it a whirl because it sounds so yummy! Thanks for the tips on using what you had on hand and for cooking it on the stovetop!

  20. Love this recipe ... and the pumpkins are fantastic! Give Earl a hug from me! Thanks for sharing.

  21. You always have something terrific over here. I've copied the recipe. I may not use it but my daughters will!

    Many thanks. I love reading what you share.

  22. Love the recipe, but it's the pig dish with the curly tail spreader that just steals the show!! I love that.

  23. Hi Lynn! You have the cutest little piggie things and that dip - yummy! The tail spreader - couldn't get cuter!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  24. Well, want you to know right off , I will be stalking you. I'll add you to my blog list so I can watch for your updates. I had so much fun reading your blog. And your blog title is a riot.
    Be back soon,

  25. sounds like something I could eat the entire bowl of while hiding in a closet.

  26. You have the best taste in foods!sandie

  27. no dip for me - Im off on Monday to get an annual cholesterol where did i put those ghastly fish oil tabs???

  28. So perfect for Sunday football kick off!! YUM!!

  29. Cute little piggies!

    I am so going to make this mouth is watering. Yummmmmmm!


  30. What a perfect package for you to win. The dip sound delicious.

  31. Lynn, Your piggy dish is perfect! Also, thanks for the mention. Glad you liked the dip!


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