Recipe by Tracy Lyn
"Bring the Beer Cheese Dip, and go home with an empty bowl! This is very simple to prepare. Serve it with your favorite warm bread."
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1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
1 (8 ounce) package
processed cheese food, diced
1/2 (12 fluid ounce) can
beer, room temperature
garlic, peeled and crushed
The overall taste of the ingredients was very good. I followed the recipe, but it turned out to be very thin. Although it was messy, everyone like the taste of it. (Next time, I will add the "wet ingredient" slowly, mix until I get the right consistency, and then drink the rest!)
I followed the instructions to a T. My husband even reviewed the recipe to see if I did this one correctly. This was terrible. My whole family tried it, including my parents who came for dinner. It was thrown out.
This is a hit at every party. I use a can of the Woody's extra sharp cheddar spread and garlic powder. I also recommend microwaving the Woody's and cream cheese to make it a little easier to mix together. Perfect for a football party!
My mother used to make one similiar to this. Use Wise Spread cheese instead. Sautee the garlic. and start with 1/4 cup beer. Keep adding until you get the consistency and taste that you want. That way it won't be to messy or runny at all. Also when we make it we put it in a round pumpernickle loaf. We hollow it out, fill it with the dip and put the top back on. You can tear off pieces of the loaf and dip it or you can cut up some italian bread. While also using the inside of the loaf that you took out as well for dipping.
ABSOLUTELY LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS DIP...IT'S EXCELLENT WITH PAMPERED CHEF'S BEER BREAD!!!!!
everyone at the party wanted the recipe. very easy to make, and once they start snacking on it, they can't stop. yummm!
Great flavor in this dip! I used fat free cream cheese and 2% skim velveeta and used a half cup beer(oops, misread the recipe). I also used the crushed garlic that comes in the jar. I tried to mix it with beaters, but realized very quickly it would not mix that way (I'm sure partially due to the reduced fat and not softening the cheeses long enough) so I put the ingredients in bowl over boiling water and covered it, stirring occasionally until smooth. It worked like a dream. Ate this one with homemade pretzels!
I enjoyed this recipe.. I made 2 different dips, A spinach dip and this one.. I thought the spinach dip would be the good one and i was going to not like this one.. Turns out, i ruined the spinach dip and really liked this one. Maybe, the people on here who messed up used the wrong kind of cheese? Or possibly didn't get it whipped correctly.. because I had no problem making it. I loved it. Thanks.
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