This two ingredient Chili Cheese Dip recipe is made in the slow cooker and is not only easy, but also delicious! Velveeta and canned chili are all you need for this classic party dip. After all, don't you have enough to do when preparing for guests?
Chili Cheese Dip
This cheesy chili dip is perfect for any gathering whether it be a family get together or Football Sunday. The great thing about it is with just 2 ingredients, the supplies are easy to keep on hand and it is a no fuss and mess free recipe. Just dump it in the crock pot and forget it.
What to Serve with the Dip
The dip is served here with my Mini Pigs in a Blanket! It goes fabulous with corn chips or crackers too though. I also like dipping oven fried potatoes, air fried pierogies or sweet potato fries in this delicious cheesy dip.
You can actually serve anytime after the cheese is melted fully, but allowing it to cook awhile melds the flavors together just right.
The chili cheese dip is pictured served with Little Smokies Crescent Rolls and they make for a delicious team. This dip also goes great with tortilla chips, breadsticks, or crackers.
If this simple cheesy chili dip isn't quite what you are looking for, try my copycat Chili’s Queso Dip Recipe. Though not quite as easy to make as this dip, it is still quite simple to make and has a few zesty additions.
How to Make Chili Cheese Dip
This is such a crazy super easy recipe there isn't too much to show.
These are the ingredients for the cheesy dip. Yup, that is all you need, Velveeta and a can of chili with beans! Don't like beans? Use Hormel Chili no beans... easy peasy.
Scoop the canned chili into your slow cooker, cube the cheese as shown and toss it on top. Stir occasionally while it cooks. That's all there is to it.
Serve on bowls or keep warm in the crock pot and let guests dip right out of that.
Chili Cheese Dip Recipe
- 1 can chili with beans if you are not a fan of beans, simply use chili no beans
- 1 pound package Velveeta cubed
- Place chili in the bowl of a crock pot.
- Top with cubed Velveeta.
- Cook on low for 2 hours or high for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. (Cooking a bit longer in not a problem)
- Pour into bowl and serve with corn chips or Little Smokies Pigs in a Blanket as pictured.