It’s almost Super Bowl time! While I actually now enjoy watching it for the football (it took a while, but joining a football pool at work a few years ago meant that I learned that football = fun), I’ll admit that watching the game isn’t necessarily my favourite part of game day. Of course, I’m stoked to watch my boy Patrick Mahomes work some magic on the field, but I’m also equally excited to catch The Weeknd’s halftime show and gorge on a bunch of food that I’ll unashamedly enjoy. One of the things that we’ll be chowing down on this year is this unbelievably easy cheesy chili dip!
My friend Jordan (who is a fantastic artist if you’re ever looking for a special piece for your place) made this easy cheesy chili dip for me quiteeeee a few years ago now and I’ve been making it regularly ever since. It’s always a crowd–pleaser and, trust me, it does not last long once it’s been put out on the table. Is it good for you? Nahhhhhh. Is it delicious and toasty and cheesy? Yup. Serve it with some tortilla chips or warm pita slices and watch it disappear.
The best part? This is one of the easiest recipes you’re ever going to make. My toddler nephew could probably make it. It requires no skill, requires only 3 ingredients, and comes together in under 15 minutes. Whip this easy cheesy chili dip up for Super Bowl Sunday and enjoy!
Easy Cheesy Chili Dip Recipe
Easy Cheesy Chili Dip
- 250 g ceam cheese (one block) softened
- 1 can (425 g) chili homemade is even better if you have it!
- 2 cups cheddar cheese shredded
- tortilla chips for serving
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Spread cream cheese in a layer on the bottom of a 9-inch pie plate.
- Spread chili in a layer on top of cream cheese.
- Top with shredded cheese.
- Bake for 10-15 minutes, until cheese is nice and melted. If you want the cheese to get a little more bubbly, broil on high for 2-3 minutes. Serve with tortilla chips.
What will you be making for Super Bowl Sunday? If you try this cheesy chili dip recipe share it with me on Instagram – I wanna see!
Want something a little different for your Superbowl celebrations? Try making a charcuterie board instead!
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