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In a skillet ... and sausage. Melt cheeses and add meat. ... approximately 1 quart of dip. Great for parties. (A mini crock pot is ideal for this recipe.)
In skillet on low heat, cut up cheese in small pieces ... desired). Add chili to cheese dip. Serve hot with chips. (Can be served with or without chili.)
Heat on low until cheese is smooth. Dip taco chips.
Brown hamburger, drain ... and simmer until cheese is melted. Serve ... up. Makes about 1 quart of dip, good for parties. Can be refrigerated and reheated.
Brown and drain meat. Mix cheese, soup and ... meat and stir until the cheese is melted. Serve with chips or crackers. Keep warm in crockpot. Freezes well.
Brown sausage and ... Drain well. Melt cheese in microwave and ... green chilies. Stir well. Add meat to cheese mixture. Serve with Tostitos or Doritos.
Cook and drain broccoli. Melt cheese in crockpot. Mix soups, sour cream, broccoli and garlic salt. Mix into melted cheese. Serve as dip with tortilla chips.
Melt cheeses. Fry sausages and onion. Drain well. Mix all ingredients in crockpot Keep warm and serve with corn chips or Doritos.
Put stacked cheese slices in middle ... top. Add onion. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 45 minutes, stirring after 30 minutes. Use tortilla chips for dip.
Cube Velveeta cheese and place in ... 30 minutes. Serve hot or cold (best ... great served on hot dogs. Add some onions and you have a Coney Island Hot Dog.
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