3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip {Football Friday}

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!!

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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 3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage 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

3-Ingredient Cream Cheese Sausage Dip

Yield: 8 people
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
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!!

Ingredients:

  • 1 pound sausage , such as Jimmy Dean
  • 1 (10-oz) can Rotel diced tomatoes and green chilies, undrained
  • 1 (8-oz) package cream cheese, cut into pieces

Instructions:

  • 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.
  • Serve warm with tortilla chips.

Steph

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  1. I use two spicy chubs of Tennessee pride. 5 bricks of cream cheese. Two cans of spicy rotel or original depending on the store. A can of beanless hormel chili. A swirl of Frank’s hot sauce.
    Literally gets destroyed every Sunday.

  2. So, so, so good! Husband and I ate the whole bowl of dip on Christmas Eve this year while having video calls with friends and family. I used a spicy Italian chicken sausage, original Ro-Tel, full fat cream cheese, and added a couple of splashes of jalapeño Tabasco (the green one).

  3. If you have leftovers, which you shouldn’t unless you make tons…try using it as a spread on and English muffin or egg muffin sandwich!

  4. We call this 3-2-1 dip. 3 packs of cream cheese, 2 cans rotel, 1 pound sausage. Throw it all in the crockpot and still really flavorful!

  5. To use hamburger in place of sausage for work parties because onevof our doc’s can’t eat pork. I use the spicy Rotel. Still good and I don’t e we bring any home:(

  6. I have been making this forever and everyone loves it! Sometimes I add a 2nd can of Rotel (partly drained), to make it a little less thick (my husband likes it thicker than I do!). We use the HOT sausage, but it's still not that spicy of a dip. My husband likes to paper towel the grease from the sausage, but I think it adds flavor! I make it as an appetizer for get-togethers or sometimes my husband and I have it for lunch on the weekend. Sooooo good!

  7. We’ve been making this in Mississippi for years and we call it Tuzzi Dip. Our recipe calls for two blocks of cream cheese and you cook your HOT sausage first. Serve with Fritos.

  8. 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!

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

    1. I used jalapeño Philadelphia cream cheese one roll of sage Jimmy dean sausage and roll of spicy Jimmy dean sausage and a can of rotel We make this every year for Super Bowl and it’s always a hit

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

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

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

  13. 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!

  14. 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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