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Spicy Spinach Queso Dip

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Is everyone ready for the big game tomorrow? I’m not a football fan, but I am a fan of the party food! I tested a new dip today, and it’s blog worthy, yay! If you’re heading to a party tomorrow, whip this baby up and keep in warm in a crock pot. I bet it will be gone before half time!

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Pepperoni Chips

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I miss chips, I’m not going to lie and say I love everything about eating low carb. Pork Rinds are a good alternative, but they need to come out with some new flavors! I can’t take all the credit for this recipe, I saw it on Pinterest and thought “now why didn’t I think of that?”. These are a little spicy and crunchy which gives you the impression of a chip. Totally dipable and satisfying! The original recipe had them cooking in the microwave but I had my oven on today so I baked them.

What you need;
Pepperoni slices (as many as you want)

How to make;
Line a baking sheet with foil and lay pepperoni in a single layer on the tray. Bake at 400 for 6 minutes, they can go from perfectly crisp to burnt really fast so keep an eye on them (trust me I burned my first batch). Drain on a papertowel and enjoy plain or with any dip. I’ve tried them with my Kicked Up Queso recipe and Ranch Dip, both delicious!

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Kicked Up Queso

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This recipe is based from the Rotel Dip recipe you find on a can of Rotel or a box of Velveeta. That dip is good, but I think I made it even better!

What you need;
1 large box of Velveeta cheese
1 can of Rotel
2 tbls fresh chopped cilantro
2 tbls diced jalepeno (I use pickled in the jar, use less if you use fresh)
1 cup cooked & crumbled sausage

Throw everything in the crockpot and cook on low for an hour, stir and then cook another hour. Switch temp to warm and it stays warm in the crockpot all day. Traditionally served with tortilla chips, but today I’m serving with pepperoni chips (see pepperoni chips recipe).

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Buffalo Chicken Dip – Great Low Carb Snack

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I got this recipe from the Franks Red Hot Sauce bottle. The original recipe calls for blue cheese, but I prefer ranch. Serve with celery and enjoy this low carb snack! Everyone loves this dip whether they eat low carb or not.
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What you need;
8 oz softened cream cheese
10 oz can of chicken (drained)
1/2 cup Franks Red Hot Sauce
1/2 cup ranch dressing
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese

How to make;
Mix all ingredients together and bake at 350 for 30 minutes.