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Mexican Chili Dip – A Crowd Pleaser

Take this Mexican Chili Dip to your Next pot luck party

This Mexican Chili dip could not be easier to make.  It is one of my favorite “go to” recipes when I am invited to a pot luck party.  The bowl is empty before the party even gets going.  It is that delicious!

Super easy four layer Mexican dip. Ready in a flash and a big crowd pleaser!I got this recipe from my sister in law.  She made it for one of our gatherings and it was gone in a flash.  It could not be easier to make.  It only needs four ingredients. I call it the four C dip.

  • cream cheese
  • canned chili
  • canned jalapeno chilis
  • cheddar cheese.

Mexican Chili DipBest of all, you can make it ahead of time and then just nuke it when you get to the party.  I promise you…it won’t last long!

Mexican Chili Dip - A Crowd Pleaser

Mexican Chili Dip - A Crowd Pleaser
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 block of Cream Cheese (softened)
  • 1 15 oz can of any kind of store bought chili (I often use vegetarian)
  • 1 4 oz can of diced Jalapeno peppers
  • 1 16 oz package of shredded Mexican cheese

Instructions

  1. Spread the cream cheese on the bottom of a microwave safe serving dish.
  2. Add the chili over the cheese and be sure it is all covered.
  3. Layer the jalapenos on top of the chili and smooth out.
  4. Top with the shredded Mexican cheese.
  5. Microwave for about 3 minutes until the cheese is melted.
  6. Serve with Taco ships or veggies.

 

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