Thursday, November 16, 2006


This recipe is DELICIOUS!!! A friend at our church makes it and was gracious enough to share it with me. Our family LOVES this stuff! Serve it as an appetizer at your next get-together and you will be a big hit!

Crock Pot Mexican Dip
1 pound lean ground beef
1 large Velveeta Cheese, cubed
1 package taco seasoning mix
1 jar of Pace Picante Sauce

Brown your ground beef in a saute pan on the stove. Drain any grease off, if needed. Put the cooked ground beef in your crock pot (that has been sprayed with non-stick cooking spray) along with all the other ingredients. Cook on low for about 1 hour and stir occasionally. The crock pot does an EXCELLENT job of keeping this dip nice and warm for your guests.

Serve with tortilla chips, Frito scoop chips or plain flour tortillas.

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Nancy said...

I have tried this one before and anyone that tastes it loves it! Thanks for sharing... this dish is a blessing indeed!

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Mmm, yummy! That sounds good and a great thing to have on "game day" - when we have people over to watch football or our annual Super Bowl party. Thanks so much for posting this :)

Farmgirl Cyn said...

OH YEAH! I have had this dip before. There should be a warning label attachd to the crock pot: ADDICTING...WATCH YOUR WAISTLINE!!!
It is so yummy!
Thanks for stopping by my blog...however did you find me???

theups said...

Nancy, you are right!! Everyone always loves it and there are never any leftovers.. which can be good AND bad. HAHA!!!

Stacy, GREAT idea!!! Super Bowl parties are just around the corner, too!! This could also be good for New Years Eve parties, too!!!

Hi farmgirlcyn!!! I found your blog through another blog that linked to another blog and then there was YOU!!! I LOVED the name-farmgirl!!! I can tell you, though, that I will never have two different sized eggs on here!! LOL!!! I'll direct everyone to your blog for that! :)

Mrs. U

Susan P. said...

That will be the perfect appetizer to serve for the football game on Saturday! I love getting new recipes:)

Beth said...

This sounds delicious! And since I have all the ingredients on hand, I think I'll make this for the big football game tomorrow (Ohio State vs. Michigan....huge rivalry, lots of fun to watch with our best friends who are from MI).

I recently found your blog and really enjoy reading it. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Jenn said...

I am DYING here.....I had something last summer at a child's birthday party and it was sooooo incredibly awesome and I don't know if this is the same recipe but it sounds similar anyhow.


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