I don't think a party if complete without chips and dip. I didn't want to leave out a great dip recipe for the Five Days of Football Food series! This Spicy Sausage Dip is one of my favorite dips! I am partial to warm dips that involve tortilla chips. If you can throw the ingredients into your crock pot and be done…even better!
This Slow Cooker Spicy Sausage Dip is a great alternative to traditional Ro-Tel dip. Don't get me wrong…I love Ro-Tel dip….my brother brings it to a lot of family functions…and I always eat it!
I like to try out new things though and wanted to make something similar to Ro-Tel, but with a twist! This sausage dip turned out great!
I don't want the term “spicy” to scare you off….it isn't hot! My two-year old ate this without flinching just a few days ago! 🙂 I even used spicy sausage in mine…and it still wasn't too hot!
This is very easy to double or triple if you need a big batch.
What is your favorite dip for parties?
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- 1 pound sausage you can use spicy or regular
- 1 brick of cream cheese
- 1/3 brick of velvetta this is 1/3 of the large brick
- 1 can Ro-Tel with liquid
- 1 can chopped green chile peppers the small 4 or 5 oz can
Brown your sausage and drain off any excess grease.
Place sausage and all other ingredients into your crock pot.
Turn on low 2-3 hours. As the cheeses melt, stir occasionally to blend ingredients together.
You can cook on high for shorter time.
Dip is done with the cheeses have melted!
Serve with tortilla chips.