3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip {Football Friday}

Friday, October 14, 2016

3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip - SOOOO good! Sausage, cream cheese, and Rotel. Ready in under 10 minutes. Great for parties! There is never any left!!

3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip - SOOOO good! Sausage, cream cheese, and Rotel. Ready in under 10 minutes. Great for parties! There is never any left!!

I must confess. I had my doubts about this recipe. With only 3 ingredients I wasn't sure this was going to have much flavor. Well, I was completely wrong! This stuff is awesome!!! 

I am not a big fan of plain cream cheese. I love it in dips, casseroles, etc. But just cream cheese on a bagel - nope. I was worried that this dip would have too much of a cream cheese flavor, but it didn't. The sausage and tomatoes really shine in this dip. We served this with some scoops tortilla chips and it was perfect! This is a great dip for when you need something quick and easy for a party. It is always a hit! 

3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip - SOOOO good! Sausage, cream cheese, and Rotel. Ready in under 10 minutes. Great for parties! There is never any left!!




3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip - SOOOO good! Sausage, cream cheese, and Rotel. Ready in under 10 minutes. Great for parties! There is never any left!!
3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip - SOOOO good! Sausage, cream cheese, and Rotel. Ready in under 10 minutes. Great for parties! There is never any left!!
3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip - SOOOO good! Sausage, cream cheese, and Rotel. Ready in under 10 minutes. Great for parties! There is never any left!!


3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip

prep time: 5 MINScook time: 5 MINStotal time: 10 mins

ingredients:


  • 1 pound sausage (I used Tennessee Pride)
  • 1 (10-oz) can Rotel diced tomatoes and green chilies, undrained
  • 1 (8-oz) package cream cheese, cut into pieces

instructions:


  1. In a large skillet over medium-high heat, cook sausage until crumbled and no longer pink. Drain. Add Rotel and cream cheese to skillet. Stir until cheese melts.
  2. Serve warm with tortilla chips.



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14 comments

  1. I have been making this for years. My family loves it and no college football Saturday or holiday would be complete without it! I keep it warm in a small crock pot on the counter. It is super easy and so good!!

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  2. This is one of my all time favorite dips....easy and delicious! This delicious dip is always a hit and there are never any leftovers!

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  3. Can you use low-fat cream cheese?

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    1. I think that would be fine. I would stay away from fat-free cream cheese - it doesn't usually melt good. Enjoy!

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  4. Can this dip be served cold? We are tailgating tomorrow and unfortunately I cannot guarantee a spot to plug in my crockpot

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  5. Can this be served cold? We will be tailgating tomorrow and unfortunately I cannot confirm a spot for my crockpot

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  6. This is soooo good if you make it within Jimmy Dean’s Hot Sausage! Just a bit of spice to kick it up a notch.

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  7. I have been making this dip for about 16 yrs now. When I got it from a coworker, she made it with italian sausage. I then started making it with Tennessee Pride sausage. I make it with with ground beef mostly now. It is good all 3 ways. And I NEVER have leftovers.

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  8. I have been making this dip for about 16 yrs now. When I got it from a coworker, she made it with italian sausage. I then started making it with Tennessee Pride sausage. I make it with with ground beef mostly now. It is good all 3 ways. And I NEVER have leftovers.

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  9. I’ve been making this for years but I use two rotel, two cream cheese, and one sausage. I call it pink dip. It’s hard to stop eating. We love it!

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  10. I made this today, but I used a little extra cream cheese and Rotel. It was a hit with my family!

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  11. I make this all the time. We call it garbage dip! Not sure where the name came from.

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