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    Tailgate Dips

    What is the best dip to make for tailgating? Dips only please...



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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    16 oz tub of sour cream
    1 pack hidden valley ranch dips seasoning
    1/2 package sharp chedder
    1/2 package shredded bacon

    stir together, let it sit in the fridge overnight. Always a HUGE hit, and is super easy.


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    16 oz tub of sour cream
    1 pack hidden valley ranch dips seasoning
    1/2 package sharp chedder
    1/2 package shredded bacon

    stir together, let it sit in the fridge overnight. Always a HUGE hit, and is super easy.
    Brianhos has posted this before, and we made it - it's really good.

    Another one from here (not sure who posted it) is for buffalo ranch dip - you'll need a crockpot, but here's the recipe:

    1 brick of cream cheese
    1 bottle of Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce
    1 bottle of ranch dressing
    1 packet of shredded chicken
    1 packet of shredded cheddar cheese.

    Throw the first four ingredients in the crockpot until it's melted. Right before you're ready to serve it, melt in the cheddar cheese. It works well with Fritos.


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    Brianhos has posted this before, and we made it - it's really good.

    Another one from here (not sure who posted it) is for buffalo ranch dip - you'll need a crockpot, but here's the recipe:

    1 brick of cream cheese
    1 bottle of Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce
    1 bottle of ranch dressing
    1 packet of shredded chicken
    1 packet of shredded cheddar cheese.

    Throw the first four ingredients in the crockpot until it's melted. Right before you're ready to serve it, melt in the cheddar cheese. It works well with Fritos.

    I think I posted that one!

    Another one of my faves...

    1 can of Medium Rotel
    1 can Hot Rotel
    2 Blocks of cream cheese, melted
    mix together and pour in a pan, top with shredded cheese, diced tomatoes and peppers...



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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by cybsball20 View Post
    I think I posted that one!

    Another one of my faves...

    1 can of Medium Rotel
    1 can Hot Rotel
    2 Blocks of cream cheese, melted
    mix together and pour in a pan, top with shredded cheese, diced tomatoes and peppers...
    That's right!! The buffalo chicken one has made an appearance as our entire dinner a couple of times (such as Thursday last week). I'll have to try the Rotel one, since you haven't steered me wrong.


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    Brianhos has posted this before, and we made it - it's really good.

    Another one from here (not sure who posted it) is for buffalo ranch dip - you'll need a crockpot, but here's the recipe:

    1 brick of cream cheese
    1 bottle of Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce
    1 bottle of ranch dressing
    1 packet of shredded chicken
    1 packet of shredded cheddar cheese.

    Throw the first four ingredients in the crockpot until it's melted. Right before you're ready to serve it, melt in the cheddar cheese. It works well with Fritos.
    That stuff is addictive!


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    any type of cheese dip with hamburger n maybe some jalapeno


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    We eat this one after a day of skiing.

    2 blocks of cream cheese
    1 can hot hormel chili
    Lots of fritos.


    Of course that is when I used to be able to eat like that and not come close to death.


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Thanks, these sound really good.



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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    I havent tried this one yet, but I am for this Thursday. Its a blue cheese and bacon dip. Hope it turns out, but ill be too drunk to really care probably

    8 oz tub of whipped cream cheese
    3/4 cup of danish blue cheese
    3/4 cup of sour cream
    2 tbls of mayo
    1 tsp prepared horseradish
    2 tbls minced onion
    1 tsp minced onion
    dash of hot sauce
    6 slices of bacon

    basically just put it all in a food processor and pule until mixed


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by ripvdub View Post
    I havent tried this one yet, but I am for this Thursday. Its a blue cheese and bacon dip.

    8 oz tub of whipped cream cheese
    3/4 cup of danish blue cheese
    3/4 cup of sour cream
    2 tbls of mayo
    1 tsp prepared horseradish
    2 tbls minced onion
    Sounds good, what time should I stop by?


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Here is one that I've made a few times and people seem to like

    1 16 oz can of refried beans
    16 ozs of sour cream
    1 pkg of mccormick taco seasoning
    2 cups of shredded chedder cheese
    1 cup of prepared guacamole
    1 cup of chopped tomatoes
    1/2 cup of green onions
    1/2 cup of black olives

    spread refried beans in a shallow serving dish

    mix sour crean and seasoning mix in small bowl til well blended. spread over refried beans

    top with layers of cheese,guacamole, tomato, onions, and olives.

    I let it sit over night in the frig but you can serve right away though too.



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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Sounds good, what time should I stop by?
    I'll be there at 1 o'clock in A-2. I'm wanting to try new things this year. The description says it goes well with crackers, veggies and... fingers. I thought that was kinda silly.


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by mertb4224 View Post
    Here is one that I've made a few times and people seem to like

    1 16 oz can of refried beans
    16 ozs of sour cream
    1 pkg of mccormick taco seasoning
    2 cups of shredded chedder cheese
    1 cup of prepared guacamole
    1 cup of chopped tomatoes
    1/2 cup of green onions
    1/2 cup of black olives

    spread refried beans in a shallow serving dish

    mix sour crean and seasoning mix in small bowl til well blended. spread over refried beans

    top with layers of cheese,guacamole, tomato, onions, and olives.

    I let it sit over night in the frig but you can serve right away though too.
    Seven layer dip is an all time favorite of mine, completely forgot about it. Gonna have to make that soon too.


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    Re: Tailgate Dips

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    Brianhos has posted this before, and we made it - it's really good.

    Another one from here (not sure who posted it) is for buffalo ranch dip - you'll need a crockpot, but here's the recipe:

    1 brick of cream cheese
    1 bottle of Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Wing sauce
    1 bottle of ranch dressing
    1 packet of shredded chicken
    1 packet of shredded cheddar cheese.

    Throw the first four ingredients in the crockpot until it's melted. Right before you're ready to serve it, melt in the cheddar cheese. It works well with Fritos.
    +100 we make it ever game. Not sure how I feel about it on the ride home...but it tastes good at the time!



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