Potlucks, game day parties, pitch-ins, holidays…no matter what the occasion, these Great Party Dips are sure to be the life of any gathering!
Aun Lou here.
There always seems to be a reason for some Great Party Dips! Whether it is a potluck (or pitch-in as we call it here in Southern Indiana), game day party, holiday party, family reunion, game night, it is always a good idea to have some Great Party Dips that you can whip up and have on hand! So we put together a diverse list that will have you serving up a different kind of dip for whatever mood strikes you!
Great Party Dips
First up, we have our cheese pleasers. No matter if you choose Crock Pot Sausage Cheese Dip, Bacon Double Cheese Dip, Crock Pot Cheesy Bean Dip, Crock Pot Under the Sea Dip or Crock Pot Bacon Cheeseburger Dip, you are sure to make the cheese lovers in the group happy!
No let’s talk cream cheese folks. All of these dips have cream cheese in them, but they are each very different. This Spinach Artichoke Dip is the best Cris has ever had! While this Crock Pot Chicken Wing Dip is sure to please all those buffalo chicken fans (like my Michael). And game day will never be the same after you try this Crock Pot Cream BBQ Ranch Dip! The Crock Pot Hot Pizza Dip is easily personalized to fit your family’s likes! Last, but most definitely not least is probably my absolutely favorite dip so far….drum roll please….Crock Pot Cream Cheese Caramel Dip. Seriously people, this dip is rock-your-socks-off good! I’d hate to guess how many apples we devoured while eating up this delicious dessert dip!
So there you have it! Did I miss on of your favorite dips? Let me know in the comments below!
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Beth More says
What’s the saying, “you can please some of the people all the time, etc. the time, etc.. Loved your restraint.
Karen Misner says
WThanks for all the yummy recipes. I look forward to see your site evevryday. Thank you for the variety and ease in making great food. I love watching Mike cook and the banter between the two of you, great entertainment. My husband and I live in the Cherokee National Forest. No neighbors, so your site is an important activity for me. Please keep it up. I love the new feature of finding past recipes. My hisband tastes food and says that a keeper or ditch it. Your recipes are always a keeper. Thank you
We are so glad to have you here! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I am so glad the site and videos are something you enjoy. Comments like this make our day!
Karnen Jones says
Your recipes are good, but could you PLEASE stop overuse of the word “your?” It’s really annoying and not needed in the recipes. If I’m the one cooking, who else do you think will be using the recipe?
To be honest, it probably isn’t going to happen. We write our posts conversationally and have been doing it that way for years. As you might imagine we are very busy in the kitchen and trying to get recipes out to everyone, so changing the way we write is not top of mind. With that said, we can totally understand if you need to find another site that is more careful with its “your” usage to better meet your needs. Heaven knows we don’t want you to be annoyed all the time. I am sure there are tons of recipe sites out there that write a whole heck of a lot better than we do. Either way, we hope you find something yummy to feed your family.
Roxanne Jenkins says
love your reply Cris, keep up the wonderful job that you all do sending love!
Aw thanks Roxanne!
Your Oct 1st Reply is great! Love your recipe’s and love your humor.
Jo South says
Mike in one of your videos you had a sunburn. My grandson got one and his mother put plain yellow mustard on it. I was gone in a few hours. He burned his head at a concert. Try It next time. I have been wondering if you ever cook wild game. I am kind of new to this toy so once I have figured out how to send you a recipe my husband has made for years I will do it. It is called Sonny’s gumbo. Made with rabbit, but you can switch the meat to any you kind you would like. We have eaten it with venison, duck, goose, elk, and even fish.
Hi Jo! We’d love to check out your recipe. Can you send it to email@example.com? We haven’t done game on the site, but we have had readers ask for it… so you never know ;).