Crockpot Dips are one of the easiest and best things to take to a tailgate or potluck party. Here’s a list of some of the best recipes out there.
Football season is just starting and for a lot of people that means they will be hosting many parties at their house. One of my favorite things to bring to a sports viewing party is chips and dip. It’s great for tailgating, a backyard mingle and also for munching on while watching the game on a big screen tv.
While looking around the internet for a new favorite recipe to make this year, I found so many amazing ones that I had to share the goodness with all of you.
What is your favorite type of dip?
Tell me, what is your favorite type of dip? Meat filled or more of a creamy smooth dip? Are you a fan of spicy or like them more mild flavored?
One of my favorite things about a crockpot is that so many recipes can be converted to a crockpot recipe. The only big thing that can’t be done is if you need to brown meat before hand. Otherwise you can cook most things in the crockpot by combining the ingredients and setting it to cook for a few hours.
Crockpots are awesome!
Do you need a new crockpot? Or don’t have one yet? These are two great ones you should check out.
This crockpot is a programable one. You can program cook times from 30 minutes to 20 hours.
Looking for just a simple crockpot that will get the job done? This one is great.
Queso Blanco Dip In The Slow Cooker…5 Minutes To Prep And Only 5 Ingredients To Make! This Creamy White Cheese Dip Is Seriously The Best Ever! Grab this recipe on I Heart Naptime
Real Housemoms shares the recipe for this spicy buffalo chicken dip. It is cooked in a crockpot and is a creamy mix of cheese, chicken and spicy buffalo sauce. This dip is the perfect appetizer for parties.
Find everything that’s good about your favorite dish in this BBQ Chicken Dip from My Food and Family! Make a creamy, cheesy, hot ‘n’ bubbly BBQ Chicken Dip for your party.
Traditional meals turned dip
The recipe for this Ultimate Pizza Dip can be found at Foodtastic Mom. It is loaded with cheese, pepperoni and sausage and is made for the slow cooker. Pizza and football are like two peas in a pod.
Your hungry game day fans will love this Slow Cooker Philly Cheesesteak Dip. Strawberry Blondie Kitchen shares the recipe for the classic sandwich turned into a dip that’s packed with roast beef, peppers, cheese and onions.
Dinner then Dessert shares this Slow Cooker Spinach Artichoke Dip. It is easy and addicting! Made with cream cheese, fresh spinach and artichoke hearts, crockpot spinach dip is party perfect because it stays warm!
Game day or any day this Crockpot Cheeseburger Dip is a great appetizer for a crowd. Such a simple recipe that will have everyone asking for the recipe! Grab the recipe over on Moms with Crock Pots
This cheesy Slow Cooker Chicken Ranch Bacon Dip makes a perfect game-day snack. The Cozy Cook shares this recipe with it’s tangy flavor and creamy texture!
I love a good bean dip
Do you want to take something a little different to your next get-together? This Cheesy Bean Dip is deceptively good! Grab the recipe over on Recipes that Crock.
This is a take on the traditional corn dip but with the added flavors of yummy jalapeño poppers! AND BONUS: it’s made in a slow cooker – woot! You can make it ahead of time and then take it with you to your celebration. Then all you have to do is plug it in and keep it on the warm setting. Grab the recipe over on The Country Cook.
It doesn’t get much easier than this delicious Crock Pot Nacho Chicken Dip! It is sure to be a hit with everyone! This is also a recipe from Recipes that Crock.
Crock Pot Reuben Dip from Julie’s Eats and Treats. This easy & Delicious Slow Cooked Dip Loaded with Swiss Cheese, Corned Beef and Sauerkraut!
Don’t want hot dips for your party? This fruit dip would be a huge hit as well!
Also, we know everyone loves a good 7 layer dip. Check out this post about making the perfect one.
And one more awesome dip recipe right here on MyMommyStyle is this creamy spinach artichoke dip.
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