Hey fellow food bloggers, have you ever had your photos turned away from the big name sharing sites due to lighting or composition issues? Well, there’s this awesome new site, Yum Goggle, that is a lot more inclusive, a lot less elitist. The owner is super sweet, too. So, go read about it here!
For all those reading this who are not food bloggers, you’re not exempt. Yum Goggle is an awesome place to find new recipes to try. Judging from my Facebook feed, people love to share recipes. Follow Yum Goggle on Facebook, G+, Twitter, and/or Pinterest. You won’t regret it. Food is delicious.
Yes, I have a gallery started on there. One day I hope all my recipes will be posted. It’s a slow process, though. I’m just happy she doesn’t deny my less-than-stellar photos.
Now onto today’s recipe…
My friend April (who moved to Florida and left me behind, supersadface) would make this chili cheese dip everytime we had a group event. It was delicious, and we’d just gather around eating it, leaving no leftovers. She shared the recipe with me, and I was surprised how easy it was! Three ingredients? I can handle that!
I’m usually not a fan of processed foods. I usually like to make as much stuff from whole foods as I can. Sometimes, though, you need something fast, easy, and delicious. This is one of those recipes. So, next time you need to throw an appetizer together for a gathering, this is your dip!
Chili Cheese Dip
2 Cans Chili
1 8oz Block Velveeta
1/4 Cup Milk
I used turkey chili with beans. You can use whatever kind you want. You could probably even make it with homemade chili. I’ve never done that, but I bet it would be yummy.
Combine the ingredients in a saucepan and heat until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
Pour it into a serving dish and enjoy with some tortilla chips.
Seriously, guys, that’s it. Could it be any easier?
Maybe make it this Sunday for your football party?