Super Bowl XLlll Winner – 5 Recipes

I want to say thank you to everyone who participated in the Sam’s Club Super Bowl recipe contest.  The response was amazing and the recipes were pretty fantastic.

I have never drooled so much in my life.  I am not kidding.  You people know how to eat!  I really wonder how many pounds of Velveeta, cream cheese and sausage will be consumed this weekend?  I’m thinking a lot.

Anyway, sadly there can only be one winner.  It’s not fair.

I made all five finalists recipes and they were all over the top DELICIOUS.  If you don’t believe me, make them for yourself, you won’t be disappointed with any of them.  If you make all five for your Super Bowl party you will have one heck of a feast.  No one would ever forget it.

Now I know you want me to stop blubbering and announce the winning recipe….is the suspense killing you?

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BURP!  Buffalo Chicken Dip!!!  (the crowd cheers).  If you had to bottle what the Super Bowl tastes like…this would be it.

This recipe submitted by Lori from over at Burp! Where Food Happens in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was seriously over the top in flavor.  It was hot wings in a casserole dish.  I loved it. 

I chose this recipe as the winner because it was all the flavors we expect to eat on the Super Bowl but prepared in a new way.  If spicy, flavorful and easy to make is what you are looking for…this dish is for you.  I’m not sure how many other ways I could say I loved it, I just did.  This sentiment was confirmed by my neighbors Paul and Tarri who also LOVED it.  I’m telling you, it’s a winner.  I even prepared it two different ways to see if various substitutions could be made and it came out perfect both times. 

Lori send me an email with your address and I will mail out you $250 gift certificate to Sam’s Club right away!


One of the best parts about this dip is your fingers stay clean, unlike eating hot wings where the sauce usually ends up in my hair.

Burp!  Buffalo Chicken Dip

4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, poached and shredded (or 2 cans chicken breast, 12.25 ounces each)
1 12 ounce bottle of Frank’s Red Hot or Frank’s Buffalo Wing Sauce
(I used 6 ounces of the Red Hot and 6 ounces of the Wing sauce)
1-1/2 cups finely chopped celery
2 T olive oil
(I used 1 T)
2 – 8 ounce packaged neufchatel cream cheese (2 8 ounce packages of regular cream cheese also works well), room temperature
1 12-14 ounce bottle of good quality bleu cheese dressing
(I used 12 ounces)
8 ounces shredded sharp cheddar cheese

Chicken:
Place chicken breasts in a sauté pan (with a cover) large enough to hold them all in one layer.  Add 1-2 cups water or chicken broth to pan.  Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover and cook for 9-14 minutes until chicken is no longer pink (thermometer should reach 160 degrees F).  Remove chicken from broth.  When chicken has cooled slightly, shred well with two forks. You do not want large chunks. 

Or, use canned chicken.  It worked just as well.

Mix chicken with hot sauce and set aside.  This can be done a day or two ahead (place in a container and refrigerate if not using right away).

Dip:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Heat olive oil in a sauté pan over medium heat.  Add celery and sauté just until tender.  Take pan off heat.  Add chicken mixture and combine.

In a large bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy.  When cream cheese is creamy, add bleu cheese dressing and stir to combine.  Add chicken-celery mixture and mix thoroughly.

Place dip in a large casserole dish (I used a 12 x 9).  Bake uncovered for 20 minutes.  Add cheddar cheese and stir to combine.  Bake for another 20 minutes or until heated through.

Serve with additional sticks of celery and slices of crusty French bread or tortilla chips for dipping.

Congrats again, it was truly awesome.

And as promised, the other four finalists photos and recipes.  All were also amazing and you won’t go wrong with any of these on Super Bowl Sunday or any day really.  I hope you all get a chance to make them.

Gwen’s Original Corn Chowder from Gwen at Good To Be Me in Idaho.  Gwen created this recipe for an Adopt-A-Grandparent dinner. 

Let me just tell you….THIS IS THE BEST CORN CHOWDER I HAVE EVER EATEN.  I will now be making this recipe as often as I can.  If you are looking for a main course Super Bowl recipe, look no further.  It’s dang amazing.  When a soup can sit higher than the bowl it’s been placed in….you can bet it’s a thick, hearty meal.

 

This beautiful pot of soup was taken over to my very good friend Stacy who is home and very ill with double pneumonia.  Stacy has three small children, a husband and an eight-week old Golden Retriever.  She needs to get better.  I would have never taken this pot of chowder to someone unless it was AMAZING.

This is game food people, make it and tell me what you think.  It came together and thickened up so easy, you’ll be surprised.

Gwen’s Original Corn Chowder

3/4 cup butter
1 onion, chopped
(I used yellow)
1 clove garlic, minced
(I crushed 2 cloves)
3/4 cup flour
1-1/2 teaspoons salt
(I used table salt)
1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
3 large potatoes, cooked, peeled and cubed
(I used 2-1/2 lbs. russet potatoes and cubed them small enough to cook in the soup)
1 lb. bacon, cooked and crumbled
1 large package frozen corn, thawed
4-1/2 cups milk
1 cup chicken broth
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
1/2 cup sour cream

In a large saucepan melt butter over medium heat.  Add onion and garlic; sauté onion until it is clear.  Whisk in flour, salt and pepper.  Stir until smooth.  While stirring, gradually add milk and chicken broth.  Add in potatoes, bacon, corn and parsley flakes.  Continue to heat over medium to low heat, stirring frequently until chowder has thickened, about 20 minutes.  Remove from heat.  Whisk in grated cheese and sour cream, stir until cheese has melted.  Serve in hollowed out bread bowls.

*The recipe indicates to use cooked potatoes.  I cubed mine small enough and added them raw.  I let the soup cook 20 minutes uncovered as the recipe states and then covered the soup and continued cooking another 15 minutes.  The potatoes were completely cooked and i didn’t have another step of cooking the potatoes.  Make sure to stir frequently as to not burn the bottom.

Pull-Apart Bacon Bread from Cheryl in Minnesota.  Wow.  I mean just look at it, what else can I say but it’s as good as it looks.  It was so yummy I kept it all to myself.  It’s like Monkey Bread except savory.  This is one of the dishes you could put on the coffee table in front of the TV and everyone would just pick away at it until nothing was left. 

Here it is when you flip it out of the pan onto a dish. 

The inside is buttery and full of bacon and bell peppers.  It is very unique and yummy.

Your Super Bowl party needs this.  See how shiny my fingers are?  It’s the butter.  Yum.

Pull-Apart Bacon Bread

1 lb. (16 ounces) bacon, fried and crumbled
1 teaspoon oil
(I used extra-virgin olive oil)
3/4 cup chopped pepper
(I used a mix of red and green bell pepper)
3/4 cup onion, chopped
(I used yellow)
3 tubes biscuits
(I used Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers 16 ounces each)
1/2 cup margarine, melted 
(I used butter)
1/2 cup shredded cheese
(I used cheddar)

In oil sauté peppers and onion until tender.  Cut biscuits into quarters and place in large mixing bowl.  Add peppers-onion mixture, bacon, margarine and cheese, tossing until well combined.  Pour into lightly greased 10″ bundt pan.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

*After 30 minutes I felt mine was not done yet as some of the biscuits on top still looked doughy.  I covered the top with foil to prevent burning and returned to the oven for 15 more minutes.  It came out perfect at that point.  I wasn’t sure if I had used the right size package of biscuits as it was not indicated in the recipe.  Maybe Cheryl, the recipe owner could enlighten us.

Robin Sue over at Big Red Kitchen in Virginia always has something good cooking up in her kitchen.  This was no exception.  I love Jalapeno Poppers and have always told my husband that if I am ever on my death-bed to please deliver these to my bedside.  This is of course assuming I could eat.  If I could eat why would I be dying?  Yeah, I know it’s stupid but it’s true.

So when Robin Sue sent me this Jalapeno Popper Dip I couldn’t resist.  Let me just say, it is so authentic tasting I couldn’t believe it.  It’s fabulous.  Can you see the crust on there?  I thought so.

My friends Kristy and Jim also join me in my sentiments in declaring this dip an all-time favorite.  The recipe has already been passed around to family and friends as it is really, really good.

See the thickness?  Yum.

It easily scoops out onto a plate.  Again, do you see the crust?  I know you do.

Robin Sue suggested using bread to eat with dip but I was out.  The chips worked just fine!

Jalapeno Popper Dip

2 – 8 ounce packages cream cheese, room temperature
1 cup mayonnaise
1 cup shredded Mexican blend cheese
1 – 4 ounce can chopped green chilis (do not drain)
1 – 4 ounce can sliced jalapenos (do not drain) - double if you like heat
1 cup panko bread crumbs
1 cup Parmesan cheese, divided
1/4 cup butter, melted

In a food processor add cream cheese, mayonnaise, Mexican cheese, green chilis, jalapenos and 1/2 cup of the Parmesan cheese.  Spread the dip into a greased (I used butter) 2-quart casserole dish. 

In a bowl mix bread crumbs and the remaining 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese.  Pour melted butter over the crumb mixture and mix well.

Sprinkle crumb mixture evenly over the dip and bake at 375 degrees for about 20 minutes.  The top should be browned and the dip bubbling on the edges.  Do not over heat or the mayonnaise will separate and a grease puddle will form in the middle of your dip.  Serve with buttery crackers, French baguette or chips.  Serves 8-10.


Antipasto Squares from Lisa at the Cutting Edge of Ordinary in Rhode Island.  Look at these.  They are as good as they look.  Full of cheese and meat, the men at her Super Bowl party request them every year.  I don’t blame them.  They are awesome.

See the layers?  Incredible.

Make several pans of these because they won’t last.

Antipasto Squares

2 large packages Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
(I used Pillsbury Crescent Big & Buttery, 10 ounces each)
1/4 lb ham, thinly sliced
1/4 lb Provolone cheese, thinly sliced
1/4 pound Genoa salami, thinly sliced
1/4 pound, Swiss cheese, thinly sliced
1/4 pound pepperoni, thinly sliced
3 large eggs, lightly beaten
3 Tablespoons grated cheese
(I used cheddar)
Dash pepper (Lisa also adds a dash of Mrs. Dash)

Lightly spray a 9 x 13 pan with cooking spray.  Open one package of crescent rolls, unrolling in one piece and press it into the bottom of the pan.  Make sure you push together all the little perforations.  Layer meat and cheese in the order listed above.  The 1/4 pound is an estimate.  Just keep layering until it covers the pan.  Do not overlap the pieces.  One note – try to use baked ham instead of cooked ham.  Cooked ham can sometimes be too watery.  If you do use cooked ham, microwave it on paper towels for a few seconds to get some of the wetness out of the meat.

In a medium bowl add eggs, cheese, pepper and Mrs. Dash.  Pour most of the egg mixture on top of the meat and cheese, reserving a small amount.  Top with second package of crescent rolls and brush and brush with remaining egg mixture.  Bake 25 minutes at 350 degrees or until top is golden brown.  Let cool a bit before cutting into squares so the cheese does not ooze out the sides.  Serve warm or room temperature.

These are fabulous. 

Thanks again everyone it was quite the delicious week.

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87 Comments

  1. deeba 1

    Congrats Lori…WAY TO GOI! Have fun shopping. Well done Cathy, you’ve made & photographed each one of them superbly. They are drooliciously good…burp!!

  2. Congrats Lori! You dish looks incredible! Congrats again to the finalists. I think there are a couple I will be making for our next get together!

  3. I think I may have gained back 5 lbs just reading this post!!!!

    Yum-O, OMG…they are all winners to me!

  4. Congrats Lori! You dish looks incredible! Congrats again to the finalists. I think there are a couple I will be making for our next get together!

  5. Sorry-my fist post came back and said my security code didn’t match and now this is on there twice. Cathy, can you delete it? I didn’t see that option for me.

  6. HoneyB 6

    Yummy! It all looks delish!

  7. Congrats Lori! This was really fun, thanks for making my recipe Cathy. I’m sure there will be a lot of happy bellies on SB Sunday!

  8. Congrats to Lori and the other folks! Gorgeous recipes. :-) I will definitely make the Buffalo Chicken Dip for my V Day party (we have some “hot” fans!). Plus, I will make Gwen’s corn chowder soon. (Those are the ones that are naturally gluten-free.) Thanks to all! Cathy, fantastic photos as always, but so many … I definitely need to eat breakfast now!! LOL Shirley

  9. Becky 9

    Congratulations, Lori!!!
    I should not have read this post before breakfast. Now I’m starving. They all look delicious!!

  10. kayola 10

    OH MY STARS! You had quite a task..that would have been very hard to choose a favorite….congratulations! Burp…way to go…now go and have fun with my 250 dollars will ya…just teasing…that is awesome! I will try these for sure.

  11. Kevin 11

    Those are some amazing snack submissions and you got to try them all! mmm…

  12. Wow you have been very busy cooking and snapping photos! Everything looks great. Now I have some really nice new recipes to try out. This was a lot of fun. Thanks for the link!

  13. OMG they all look amazing!! I would really love the try all of them one day!

  14. I’m fairly certain I just gained 5 pounds just looking at these recipes. They all look unbelievably delicious but I’m really looking forward to making the jalapeno popper dip. That looks amazing!

  15. Linda 15

    Wow, I can see why you had such a difficult time choosing. They all looked dynamite. We’ll need to job 10 miles after each one of those fabulous looking dishes. can’t wait to try one – who am I kidding – all of them.

  16. Nancy in MI 16

    How funny- I make that Buffalo Chicken Dip all the time-my kids love it! I found it at The Well Trained Mind, a homeschool site. Head over there to find out how many people make this on a regular basis-tons! I’m anxious to try the other recipes. I love your blog-I read it every day!

  17. Barbie with a T 17

    NOW! Wasn’t that fun? I wish I could have played your part in this event. YUM. Those recipes are so amazing. I could just about taste every tantalizing bite while viewing your photos. Thank You so very much for doing this! I know I will try at least a couple of these this year and save some for the next year. Yes, that chicken wing dish looks like a real winner. You did an excellent job of choosing easy to prepare dishes as far as I am concerned. Now, lets get on with the preparations and enjoy a relaxing Superbowl Sunday!

  18. That’s the first place I found this recipe, too, but the Frank’s (sauce used) also has a similar recipe. My SIL in CA says one of her friends makes a version too and they call it Hooters Dip.

  19. Kori 19

    Congrats, Lori! And to all the finalists – thanks for packing on those superbowl pounds! If I could eat dip at every meal, I would.

  20. megan 20

    Oh my! They all look like winners. I cant decide what to make so I’ll have to have the Hubby decide. Thanks for finding all these great choices. There is gonna be some good grub at my superbowl party.

  21. Great choice for the winner, first of all and secondly – you have completely outdone yourself on these great interesting recipes you have shared with us today – what lovely nice twists to new dishes versus the ordinary we might do… thanks for the inventive delicious looking and tasty tidbits…wow! Go Cathy…. you have scored a huge touchdown!

  22. All of these recipes look over the top good. I want to try every one.

  23. Congratulations Lori! All the recipes look great and I’m sure they’re all low fat and healthy too! :-) Hey, it’s the super bowl, healthy is for the day after!

    Great job, Cathy! And I love the Dead Guy Rogue Ale in the photos!

  24. CONGRATULATIONS to the winner! That dip looks delicious and I will definitely make it for our Superbowl party! I will also make the other recipes as they ALL look great!!

  25. With recipes like these we are all winners! Great job describing & deciding.

    Thanks for putting this together!

  26. I didn’t realize the SuperBowl was so fattening! :)

    These recipes look great – the winner sounds interesting, but I’m all about the corn chowder and pull-apart bread. I’m sure I will try one of these this weekend.

  27. Be still my heart! OMG these all look so good.
    *sigh*

    Congrats to burp! I’m going to make this, not for superbowl, but for my daughter’s 19th birthday on Monday. It has all of her favourite things.

  28. WOW – 1026 submissions?!? You must have been very busy. Great job on the selection process. I think narrowing it down and making the top 3 is a great way of choosing. Certainly a lot of time and effort, but definitely fair.

  29. Shawn 30

    Wow, that looks amazing! I’m definitely making a couple of those for our Sunday get-together!

  30. ELRA 31

    Congratulation! They all look so delicious.

  31. Lo! 32

    Oh, wow! Those recipes look incredible!That popper dip is going to make it on a party menu at our house for sure!!

    Thanks for the opportunity, Cathy… SO very excited!!

  32. Diane in Cincinnati 33

    Dang – 11am and I have a serious case of munchies! They all look great!

  33. Alisa 34

    Congratulations Lori! And to the other finalists as well. Cathy thanks you as well, since now I have someone else to blame for my love handles. Exercise? Pshaw! Too busy eating all this yummy food.

  34. dawn 35

    Wow, those are all pretty awesome entries. I’m amazed you made them all and photographed them. Just unreal.

  35. mmmmm, your place is a definite go-to for deliciousness (and generosity! That was a helluva prize!)

  36. Ok, I have a serious problem. I have oogling these photos for like 10 minutes now. Oh, how I am in total lust for comfort food appetizers. Thanks!

  37. Gwen 38

    Congratulations, Lori! That dip looks awesome, I will certainly be trying it.

    I have to admit that I cooked my potatoes for the corn chowder in the microwave. Being from Idaho, I generally never do this, but it saved some time preparing the soup. Yours looked even better than mine did!

  38. What a great roundup. I could eat that whole loaf of bacon bread! Those antipasto sandwiches looked pretty amazing.

    Many congrats to the winner. Those Burp! folks sure can pull off some creative cooking!

  39. Bob 40

    Congratz! I wish I could eat them all. :D

  40. Mrs. L 41

    You did great in picking the finalists because I want to make everything. YUM. Though it will have to be after the Super Bowl since I’m making your Nutella Brownies for the party. Sorry, I’m totally taken with those brownies!

  41. Helene 42

    That must have been hard to pick. I think I would have loved them all.

  42. krysta 43

    i haven’t eaten for two days because i have a viscious case of the stomach flu and haven’t commented anywhere… but after this post i’m feeling a little bit hungry again. you can work miracles cathy!

  43. Cath,
    You sure did A LOT OF COOKING THIS WEEK!
    Congratulations to all the winners.
    Everything looks very festive, perfect for Super Bowl!

    I made your white bean dip which is on my blog today! That is a sure winner in my book, and healthy!
    Stacey

  44. Dea 45

    Hey! I am addicted to your site. Made a fantastic combo of your food this past w/e. I was drooling over the corn chowder and then I read that you took it to my sister!!!! I am jealous! I may have get her to ship me leftovers.

  45. I am printing and making every one of these recipes this weekend. Then I will send my cardiologist to your site to see how my will was completely undone by your wonderful descriptions and mouthwatering pictures! There is not one of these I would not gobble up in a second! Ooh, I am so making these!

  46. Biz 47

    Great round up! I can definitely see me adding these to my superbowl party!

    My step-son loves monkey break, I think he’d die over the bacon bread!

  47. annbb 48

    What fun ~work~ you had to do to choose the winner!

  48. Jason 49

    You must be the energizer bunny to be able to do everything you do…or maybe you are a robot. Are you?

  49. imom 50

    Wow, those all look like winners! I will be trying a couple of them without a doubt.

  50. Rebel 52

    These all look so good. I can’t wait to try them. Thanks

  51. Pam 53

    They all look really good but I have to agree with you, the buffalo chicken dip looks incredible.

  52. marcy 54

    Oh wow, those look ultra nummy!

  53. Linda 55

    Wow … wow … wow! Congratulations to Lori and all the others. I can’t wait to give them all a try. I’m drooling all over the computer just looking at the photos.

  54. KathyB. 56

    Wow ! I was expecting lots and lots of chili and chip recipes, what a bunch of creative cooks your readers are ! Where do you and they come up with such great and yummy ideas ? I KNOW the bacon pull aparts are on MY menu very, very soon! What’s NOT to love about a recipe with bread AND bacon that you can eat with your hands?

  55. Julie 57

    I’m totally salivating now. I just LOVE buffalo chicken dip! And that bacon bread looks amazing.

  56. Chou 58

    This is one party I wouldn’t want to miss. Yum! Congrats to the finalists.

  57. Jordan 59

    Everything looks yummy! I’ve had the chicken buffalo dip before, and it is good, but it’s a little, hm…..too “meaty” for me…feels weird, maybe like it’s a pureed chicken wing. LOL. I think I’ll definitely have to make the jalapeno popper dip though! :)

  58. Bunny 60

    Congratulations Lori and all the finalists!! Fantastic Recipes!!

  59. i’m going to have to make the jalapeno dip this weekend. yea, right. who am i fooling? who wants to make if for me?

  60. Brian 62

    The pull apart bacon bread is something that I will have to try! Having said that all the dishes look awesome! Enjoy the game everyone.

  61. Sophie 63

    Buffalo chicken dip never really was my cup of tea. Something about cream cheese and meat together just doesn’t sit well with me! The soup looks fantastic and I am going to make it tomorrow for my family. I’m sure it’ll be great.

  62. I never dreamed that buffalo chicken dip existed, and yet I want it! And the jalapeno dip. And the pull apart bread!

  63. susan 65

    This was the best post ever- I loved all the wining recipes and I cant wait to try them.
    We are not super bowl watchers…but I can see these recipes at my next family gathering!
    Everyone will go nuts!
    Thanks so much and
    Congrats to all the winners!

  64. Oh wow. Is this for real? It’s not. ANY Super Bowl party with these foods is the place to be. Ack! Our arteries have clogged just looking at all that fatty goodness.

  65. JessAlex26 67

    YUM!! I couldn’t wait to see what everyone came up with — so this post was REALLY exciting. I made the Buffalo Chicken Dip — it’s in the oven now ;) But a small suggestion…first a disclaimer: my grocery store didn’t carry the requisite Frank’s Red Hot or Buffalo Wing Sauce, but they did have Hooter’s so I bought one hot, one regular and mixed the two to make 12 ounces. Not sure if this particular sauce was extra greasy or if that’s how the dish was supposed to be, but here’s my problem: I drained about 2-3 CUPS of orange grease off the top of the dish before adding the cheese. It was literally sitting in a pool of grease – didn’t look too appealing. Any suggestions? Maybe this will help others to not use any sauce other than Frank’s. Anyway, Super Bowl is starting – gotta go!! Thanks Cathy and Lori!

  66. Leslie 68

    Congrats to the winner. I have been making that dip for years and it is always a HUGE hit!

  67. Sarah 69

    So today I made the award winning Buffalo Chicken dip and the bacon bread. Both were delicious. I did add some sauteed onion in with the celery in the dip, and used more and hotter hot sauce. I also only have an 8″ bundt pan so it ended up taking a whole hour to get the bread to cook. But daaaang, I coudn’t keep my hands off of it. It’s a small miracle there’s any left over!
    Thanks for the recipes everyone!

  68. chuck 70

    Yummm. Made the Chicken Wing Dip and the Antipasto Squares for the Super Bowl. Both a huge hit! Will make them again and again!

  69. Lori 71

    These recipes are great! I made the Jalapeno Popper casserole for Super Bowl today, and it was fantastic (and got a lot of compliments!).

    Thanks for posting these… I look forward to making each of them!

  70. Car 72

    So my neighbor, Marlene, made this last night for Super Bowl & wow. Just, wow! I kept eating all night, it was amazing:) I might be making this for an upcoming work potluck, yay!!

  71. Everything looks so good. My favourites are the Antipasto Squares and the Buffalo Chicken Dip.

  72. Pirate 74

    I made the jalapeno pepper dip for the in-law’s super bowl party and it was a hit! Thanks for making me look so great at my first super bowl party with them. I already got requests to make it for next year! :)

  73. Kirstin 75

    Made the chicken dip and antipasto squares for the super bowl – huge hit. I will definitely be making them again.

  74. maris 76

    Your bacon bread looks like a savory version of monkey bread! I’ll definitely have to try making it!

  75. Egghead 77

    Congrats to Lori. Oh my gosh! I can’t wait to try all of these. They make me fat just looking at them.

  76. Stonesmama 78

    I just made the Pull-apart Bacon Bread this morning. I made brunch for my husband and son and served this as well as the blueberry banana bread from your site. Everything was wonderful.

  77. Carmel 79

    wow. we made this dip (slightly changed cos i live in australia and had to make the blue cheese dressing from scratch as well as improvise the hot sauce…) it tasted unreal. then we got nuts and wrapped some in wonton wrappers and deep fried them. then we got sicker and dipped them into sour cream and sweet chilli sauce. totally unreal! all the boys loved every stage of this yummmmmmy dip! thanks so much!!

  78. Ande 80

    It’s 2 am, I’m totally stuffed and about to fall asleep…yet, I am DROOLING and hungry all over again, very tempted to run to the store to get these ingredients and cook all night :)

  79. Danielle 81

    We brought the buffalo chicken dip for a super bowl part and it was a huge hit! Thanks for a great recipe.

  80. Toni 82

    I just found your site – love it! I found a fat-free version of this recipe on Spark.com, and we made it for SuperBowl. We tweaked it because we didn’t care about the calories and wanted more chicken, etc. It actually turned out more like this one! It was a hit!

  81. Lauren 83

    My husband and I made the corn chowder for our Valentine’s Day soup dinner tradition. This chowder is perfect. It comes together so easily, just like you said, and the taste is unbeatable. We definitely found a new favorite in this recipe!

  82. I will recommend not to hold off until you earn big sum of money to buy goods! You can just get the loan or financial loan and feel yourself comfortable

  83. Molly 85

    I’ve made this so many times now for friends and family! Always a hit :) And five people have asked for the recipe, too!
    I made it lower fat and gluten free. Here’s how:
    Reduced fat cheese, nonfat plain yogurt instead of mayo (i’m allergic to eggs….), one low fat cr cheese, and one fat free cr cheese. doubled the gr chilis (8oz instead of 4oz). for topping, threw handful of nuts (walnuts, etc) in food processor with GF bread crumbs made from corn, spices (red robin seasoning, cayenne, etc), ground to bread crumb consistency. can also cook in microwave if it’s 120 degrees out like it is here in phoenix!
    Thanks for a great website!!!!! I get hungry every time I look at it!

  84. athena 86

    What a fun idea for the Superbowl! I usually have dips and wings, but I never thought of putting the two together!

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