Cheesy Chili Dip

Dip It’s graduation time again and it’s time to start making the rounds of all those open houses!

Think sheet cakes and cream cheese mints. 🙂

Our first graduation of the season was my niece Lexie’s – who graduated last weekend from a small Christian school.

It was so small there were only 8 graduates – and each one had in a part in the ceremony. It was a fun evening with hands-down, no questions, the very best graduation address I have ever heard!

The next day at her Open House, my sister-in-law served some really yummy chili dip. People were raving over it as they went back for seconds and thirds and fourths.  Many a diet was busted that afternoon- including mine.

The great thing is – it was super simple! It has – are you ready for this – 2 ingredients. Yes, two!

8 ounces cream cheese

1 jar Hormel chili (no beans)

Just heat them together and serve with tortilla chips.

My sister-in-law just dumped them in the crock pot and stirred them together.

Super simple and super yummy – which left us all free to spend time together making special memories.

Perfect!

I’ve linked this post up with Tasty Tuesday and Tempt my Tummy Tuesday.

7 thoughts on “Cheesy Chili Dip

  1. I just made something similar on SONday and my family loved it! The only thing different was to shred 8 oz of cheddar into it.

    Thank you for sharing!!
    Sherry

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  2. Sounds yummy! I’ll have to try this. Thanks for sharing it.

    Your niece’s graduation sounds very much like my son’s graduation. He attended a small Christian school, and I believe there were 8 graduates.

    Jane

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