Chips & Dip Make The Perfect Party Pair
If you are planning to host a party and are trying to choose appetizer recipes that everyone will love, queso dip is always a safe bet! Who doesn’t love warm, cheesy dip with a side of chips?!Everyone should know how to make #queso dip. Let @cabotcheese show you the way. Click To Tweet
Knowing how to make a basic queso dip is a skill everyone should learn. Once you’ve perfected the basic recipe, you can a little creative and put your own spin on things.
Here are a few suggestions:
- Add veggies! Try this Spinach Con Queso that’s loaded with green stuff but still tastes delicious. Serve it with crackers or try veggie sticks for a healthier twist!
- Serve with a side dish! Make these Spicy Chili Firecrackers and serve with your favorite queso recipe for dipping.
- Keep it simple. You only need 5 simple ingredients to make this Chili Con Queso recipe.
- Lighten it up! This Light Chili Con Queso Recipe uses light cheese to cut calories but adds tomatoes and chilies for extra flavor!
These are just a few ways to serve this crowd-pleasing appetizer. Put your thinking cap on and see what other creative ideas you can come up with for your next party or get-together with friends!
Looking for a few more queso recipes?
This Touchdown Dip is good any time of year, not just during football season!
This Monterey Jack Chili Con Queso Dip uses cream cheese to make it extra creamy!
This classic cheese dip — Jalapeno Queso Cheese — is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Watch how easy it is to make:
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Regan Jones is Cabot’s National Nutrition Communications Manager and the main voice behind @CabotRD on Twitter. Self-described as a “registered dietitian by education and food-lover by birth,” she writes for the Cabot Creamery Blog from her home in Georgia.