I found this recipe in our local paper just in time for our next football party and I can tell you that it was a hit. So if you want a winning recipe for your upcoming Super Bowl party – try this – it’s easy as 1 – 2 – 3 – 4.
* Beer Dip *
- Two (8-ounce) packages of softened cream cheese (so try to remember to lay it out on the counter until it feels soft – I didn’t and it was tough to blend by hand, should have used my mixer instead anyway.
- One (7-ounce) bag of shredded cheddar cheese (I used a whole package of Mexican Cheese blend instead)
- One packet powdered Ranch dressing mix (I intend to experiment with a package of powdered leek or onion soup next time, just for variety)
- Six ounces of beer – I added a bit more since it was not dippy enough for me – I mean I wanted a smoother, softer consistency.
My recommendation – if you like it spicy – by all means add some hotsauce or horse radish or wasabi.
Beer Dip makes a great appetizer for a crowd
I put some aside for Richard to munch on while watching
Monday night football
Image © 2011 Rose Hill
Mix all ingredients – blend well with beater and chill for at least one hour.
SERVE with – what else – those fat pretzel rods and or the chips and crackers of your choice.
Optional – I chopped up a couple of green onions for a little extra texture and color.
Recipe Source: St. Petersburg Times – Janet K. Keeler, Times food editor.