Shredded cajun turkey is placed on a layer of cajun ranch cream cheese and topped with cheddar cheese in this ultimate Cajun Turkey Cheese Dip recipe!
Today’s post is sponsored by my friends at Jennie-O!
It’s the holiday season and with all of the hustle and bustle going on, wouldn’t you like something that makes your life easier? If you said “yes, please!” then follow me, as I introduce you to the easiest turkey you’ll ever roast, the Jennie-O Oven Ready Turkey. Whether you’re looking for a whole turkey, a bone-in turkey breast or a boneless turkey breast, Jennie-O has it in an oven-ready bag. Just pop it right from the freezer to the oven and it will roast up perfectly seasoned, juicy and tender!
In addition to a traditionally seasoned turkey, you can also get a whole turkey or bone-in turkey breast with cajun seasonings and let me tell you, it is DELISH!
Pepper jack & cream cheese are combined with fresh jalapeños, avocado & cilantro in this Slow Cooker Green Chili Queso Dip recipe, perfect as a side or snack!
If you thought about putting your Crock Pot away for the summer, think again! Summer is the perfect time to use a slow cooker because it eliminates the need to turn on the oven and heat up your entire house.
Today, I’m sharing a delicious new recipe twist on queso dip, with no velvetta or rotel required!
Fresh bruschetta combined with melted, creamy cheeses makes for one delicious bruschetta cheese dip recipe, made in only 10 minutes, perfect as a party appetizer!
This recipe is the result of an almost accident.
When I was home over the holidays, my Dad was making cheese dip (Velvetta + Rotel, an Oklahoma staple when eating Tex-Mex!), he reached in the refrigerator to grab a tupperware container of rotel and he accidentally grabbed the tupperware of leftover bruschetta.
He realized before he actually added it to the bowl of Velvetta, but then I got an idea. What if I made an Italian version of “cheese dip” with bruschetta instead of Rotel and a combination of cream cheese and mozzarella instead of Velvetta?
Well, I tried this bruschetta cheese dip recipe idea and I loved it, so today I’m sharing it with you!
Ground beef and spicy chorizo are combined in these grilled nacho sliders that are topped with queso dip, salsa and jalapeños!
Being born and raised an Oklahoma girl, there’s not much I love more than a cheeseburger and queso dip.
In Oklahoma if you order queso, you’re basically ordering a nacho cheese dip. I found out very quickly when I moved to San Diego that California Mexican restaurants consider queso something totally different.