Any way, one of our fellow committee members was a good friend from college. I hadn't talked to her much in the few years since we graduated, but it was sure good to see her familiar face when we walked into the meeting room for the first time and we have most definitely stayed in touch since that meeting 8 1/2 years ago.
After seeing my good friend Cris' queso dip blog post, my long, lost friend told me about a cheese dip recipe that she said "we had to try."
Well we tried it over the weekend and it was delicious. In fact, no leftovers made it to the next day.
Now, I had about 5 other things going on as I was making this dip so I forgot to take a lot of pictures, but here's what I got.
3 simple ingredients: 2 bars of Cream Cheese (full fat, reduced fat, or fat free will work), 1 can Rotel (undrained), and 1 pound ground sausage (browned)
After you brown the sausage, combine all 3 ingredients in the crockpot so the cream cheese can melt and all 3 ingredients can combine together.
Stir occasionally and Enjoy with tortilla chips.
The best part of this recipe is thankfully I remembered to use one of the greatest inventions ever... a Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner so when we had eaten all of the dip all I had to do was take out the liner and I had a clean crock pot.