End Zone Cheese Dip

Posted September 12, 2014 by Wendy Wright in Recipes
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End Zone Cheese Dip

Fall means football and gatherings full of fun so appetizers without a lot of work are essential for game day fun. The end zone cheese dip recipe is one we have made so many times as it is a favorite of family and friends.

The dip can last for a few hours on low or a warm setting giving you plenty of time to enjoy tailgaiting. Be careful to watch it though after a couple hours the dip can start to burn.

End Zone Cheese Dip


  • 1 pound 93/7 lean ground beef
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 24 oz jar fresh salsa
  • 1 pound of Velveeta
  • ½ cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • chips


  1. Add garlic to ground beef and brown until thoroughly cooked on stove.
  2. While meat is cooking cube Velveeta and add to slow cooker with salsa.
  3. Once beef is done, add to slow cooker and continue heating.
  4. After mixture is heated and starting to bubble, add sour cream and cheddar cheese.
  5. Mix thoroughly and continue heating. Once heated throughly, dip is ready to serve with chips.

Serves: 20 – Double the recipe to fill a 5 quart slow cooker
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: On high approximately 1 hour. On low approximately 2-3 hours.

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About the Author

Wendy Wright

Head Geek at Plugged In Family often found at Comicon, Disneyland, or online increasing her gamer score on Xbox. As a member of the 501st Legion, Wendy spreads her love of Star Wars across the Galaxy in her Jawa costume volunteering for charities with her husband and two sons.



    This sounds so good! I bet my husband would love it too!

    Odelle Smith

    Awesome, quick, easy, tasty & versatile….
    I can see me using for a base for many different additions to form a main dish…
    Dipping crusty garlic bread into this will be superb, keep it warm in crock-pot, guests can help themselves & add onto snacks, or to jazz up pies, pasties, quiche, the list is endless.
    I would serve with some pasta as a sauce to make an easy meal….
    Thanks for sharing, pinned….Odelle Smith x.

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