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Warm Chili Cheese Dip

Rated as 4.92 out of 5 Stars

"This is a warm, cheesy dip with chili con carne. Passed down from a coworker, it's the staple to any potluck or Sunday football game party."
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40 m servings 269
Original recipe yields 20 servings


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  1. Place processed cheese, chili, cream cheese, and picante sauce into a slow cooker, set on Low, and let processed cheese melt, about 30 minutes. Stir until thoroughly combined; serve warm.


  • Partner tip: Try using a Reynolds® slow cooker liner in your slow cooker for easier cleanup.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 269 calories; 20.5 8.5 13.4 67 958 Full nutrition

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Junk food as it was meant to be! If you've ever had queso dip at Chili's, this is pretty much it. This has been my go to Fritos dip for many years. I sub fresh salsa for the picante or make the ...

This is a GREAT dip!! If you like a little more heat try using Jalapeno Velveeta. It isn't extremely hot....just enough extra zip!

This is my very favorite recipe, I use Hartford farm chili no beans, Clancy's processed cheese, my own home canned salsa or fresh made when tomatoes are coming from garden and I add one pound of...

good simple warm dip! Made it just as noted. People are asking for the recipe.

This is SO good

Made this last night, did not have the picante sauce. It was still awesome, I used half a loaf of velveeta, 1 package of cream cheese, 2 cans of chili, and loaded it with hot sauce. Dipped wit...

Gonna be one of my favorite recipes and you can't get any easier, although I don't know if it was the slow cooker I used, but seemed to take forever (wasn't my cooker) so I had to triple the tim...

Excellent has hubbies approval to make again

Very good cheese dip. Absolutely a hit with my coworkers. I used medium picante sauce and it wasn't hot at all. I may try to add a little more heat with a hotter picante sauce next time. Th...