Hosting a party for the big game? Going to a friend’s place this Sunday? Crock-Pot it!
Crock-Pots were designed with the busy homemaker in mind. That means making the game winning dip will be easy. By using a soup powder base and just a few added ingredients you’ll be able to create a masterful dish that fans of both teams will enjoy. The best part is that by using the crockpot you’ll be free to prep for the rest of the day to engage in pre-game rituals or set up the house. All you have to do is keep it on low and heat it back up when kick-off starts. You can even take your Crock-Pot with you by using a travel bag that helps prevent spills and makes it easy to carry.
Ready to eat? Here are five great dip recipes that are sure to satisfy your party’s hungriest fans!
Add a little spice to your party with a festive Corn and Jalapeño Dip. This dish brings the competition straight to your taste buds with the sweet corn taking on the spicy jalapeño. These two ingredients are great teammates in this dip. Click here for the recipe!
Warm Black Bean Dip
Football is an American classic and so is a good old bean dip. This amazing dish uses black beans for a hearty flavor and takes less than 30 minutes to make. With all those flavors, it might not make it through the whole game. Click here for the recipe.
Barbecue Chicken Dip
Need a dip that’s on the sweeter side? This BBQ chicken dip might be what you’re looking for. This dip takes that sweet, smoky barbecue flavor to another level without sacrificing that savory taste that you love in dips. It might be too cold to barbeque, but at the very least you’ll be able to indulge in that sweet barbecue flavor. Click here for the recipe.
Big Game Sunday Chili Dip
Cold days and chili go together like football and Sunday night. That makes this chili dip the perfect choice for a frozen Sunday in early February. Ground beef or turkey with black beans and as much cheese as you want? Sounds like a dip that we can root for. By adding the Big Game Sunday Chili Dip to your game day cooking roster you are sure to score. Click here for the recipe.
Crock-Pot Artichoke Dip
Pair this dip with toast, crackers or even veggies for a good alternative to chips. Treat yourself (and the rest of your crew) to a mighty good dip. Get the recipe here!
Cooking for your party should not be complicated – it should be fun and easy so that you can also enjoy the festivities and root for your favorite team. Liberate the chef within and try out a new dish! Stop by your local Big R store to pick your own Crock-Pot, Crock-Pot accessories and Shore Lunch Soup to get the big game party started!