Cheese Dip Super Bowl Style

Everybody loves a good cheese dip.  This one is a little different, but is so good. I found the recipe on  an  Atlanta Gas Light calendar that was published by  their home economists.  Which means that it was tested many times before it was published.   I have a great cookbook published by the Atlanta Gas Light Company that so far has not produced anything but good food.  My point is that these are tried and true recipes. 

This is not a very healthy recipe.  There are ways  to make it a better choice.  Instead of using chips and eating as a snack use tortillas heated in the microwave as a base.  Add the cheese dip then top with lettuce, tomato and guacamole.  And try to limit yourself to one serving.  It is really hard to stay with one serving when it is so good.  My students thoroughly enjoyed it and even wanted to make it the next day, but two recipes fed the whole class.  Plus we have more complicated recipes to move on to!   

One recipe is enough for about 10 servings.  And watch out you will find yourself making this quite often!

Superbowl Dip

  • 1 8 ounce pkg. Velveeta Mexican Cheese ( I use the hot)
  • 1 small can Castleberry Hot Dog Chili (  This may be hard to find.  I have tried other chili, but the end product is just not the same.  Don’t use Hormel especially with beans)
  • 1 can original Rotel tomatoes
  • 1 lb. ground beef browned and drained

In a microwave safe 2 1/2 quart casserole dish melt velveeta cheese that has been cubed for about 2 minutes.  Be careful because the cheese will burn around the edge in the microwave.  Stir in tomatoes and chili.  Heat for about 2 minutes.  Add ground meat that has been browned and drained.  Microwave until the cheese dip is hot which is about 2 – 4 minutes.  This can also be heated in the slowcooker.

Enjoy,

The Teacher Cooks

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40 responses to “Cheese Dip Super Bowl Style

  1. Haylee W

    I’ve learned that velveeta cheese melts quicker than sharp cheddar cheese.

  2. Aaron Vantrees

    I’ve learned that velveets cheese has a high melting rate than regular cheddar cheese.

  3. Rachel S.

    I learned that you can microwave the meat instead of cooking it on the stove.

  4. tommie 1st

    I learned that meat can be cooked in the microwave.

  5. anna 1st

    I’ve learned that when cooking ground beef in the microwave you should shape a hole in the middle to cook it better

  6. Brittany- 1st block.

    I’ve learned that velveeta cheese has a higher melting rate then sharp cheese.

  7. danielle

    i learned that the cheese in this dip melts faster than any other type of cheese

  8. Alexis A

    I learned that the way you cut cheese and the type of cheese it is affects how fast it will melt.

  9. Chelsea

    I learned that all cheeses don’t melt the same.

  10. mike "da beast" neal

    i learned that her cheese dip is just not the same when i cook it :/

  11. Kamryn- 1st

    My mom makes this dip all the time during football games! I love it.

  12. abby

    i learned that some cheese melts faster and better then others.

  13. Bethany 1st period

    I learned that you can use velveeta cheese instead of other cheeses for this recipe.

  14. Tatiana G-1st

    I never knew that dip could be healthy like this

  15. chasity wilson

    i loved this it was soooo good !

  16. Marianna M.

    I learned that there are different types of cheeses and that they melt differently too

  17. amy w

    I learned how to brown ground beef in the microwave efficiently.

  18. tania

    i learned that the meat could be put in the microwave and cook faster too.

  19. Tori Bowen

    At my house when we make this dip we use everything you do, except the hotdog chili. I learned that it gives an added flavor when making the dip.

  20. Naomi

    I learned that you can cook meat in the microwave.

  21. Andre

    I never knew that you could brown ground beef in the microwave

  22. amber gillis

    Not only did i learn you can brown meat in a microwave i learned that if you want to make a cheese dip velvetta is the best way to go because it melts faster then blocked cheese

  23. erika

    i wasn’t here for the dip but.. i heard it was good i wanna make it ! :) i didn’t know you could put chilli in a cheese dip. but i guess it worked out for the best

  24. Sarah J.

    I learned that you good cook ground beef in the microwave. I had never done that before or even thought about doing it.

  25. Tyler "Oscar de la hoya" burnett

    I learned that Velveeta and other processed cheeses melt smoother in most dishes.

  26. RadianceM

    I learned that there are other ways that you can make it a better choice.

  27. Lexxi J

    even though this does not look appetizing, it sure was good. I learned that velvetta cheese is the best cheese to use when making dips.

  28. yvonne mcgregor

    this was delicious i learned you can add anything you like to make your own dip.

  29. courtney e

    i learned in this demo that you can add chili to this sauce and it makes it even better :)

  30. Sasha W.

    I never knew that cooking ground meat in the microwave was so easy. And there is barely any mess or dishes to clean. I think i want to try it with spaghetti!:)mmmm….

  31. kim s

    i learned that it’s better to use hot dog chili instead of chili with beans in it

  32. Levi Atkinson

    I learn something new everyday, like when i cooked super bowl dip, put green pepers in it and ground beef.

  33. cynthia i

    I learned that this dip was made with a very odd kind of chili that is hard to find.

  34. Vaida R.

    I learned that pushing the ground beef with a spoon in the strainer helps the meat cook faster and helps you know if the meat is cooked thoroughly!

  35. healthy shmealthy. sometimes you just have to break into the processed cheese, and that’s all there is to it. :)

  36. I love this dip! We use Wolf Brand chili and it’s great! Not everyone had Wolf Brand.

  37. Levi

    The meat was excellent and was cooked to perfection. I wont forget how good that taste

  38. danielle blair 2nd period

    This look really deliouious. i will try amd make this for a football meetings with the family.

  39. OMG my bf has been wondering how to make this dip for 3 years! lol finally found! yay!

  40. Summer

    i learned that this is made in a safe microwavable dish and that chili and tomatoes are added

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