There is a family favorite we have that is nowhere on the healthy side of the equation but is absolutely amazing. That one has chili and cream cheese and is super easy to make. But then there is a healthier option that is just as easy and way healthier. Crockpot cheese dip with beans is not only a family favorite.
You may have noticed that dips are perfect for company. People love to eat finger foods and dip those foods into delicious sauces. You may even have a favorite. Crockpot Bean Dip with Beans is the perfect party recipe!
This dip can be used with chips, crackers, or fresh vegetables for an easy side dish. Nothing is better than throwing a few ingredients into a crockpot and returning a couple of hours later to a finished product.
That is this crockpot cheese dip with beans recipe in a nutshell. You just need to put a couple of ingredients into a slow cooker and come back after a couple of hours to a finished product.
That finished product is a healthy dip that you can throw together when you have family or friends coming over. Of course; you could also just toss it together when you want a healthy snack.
You will surely love what you get no matter when or why you make this slow cooker dip recipe. The beauty of slow cooker recipes is that they are set and forget. That saying has never been more true than when you make a dip recipe.
Crockpot dip recipes usually ask you to just toss all of the ingredients in, turn it on, let it cook, and mix it at the end. Is there any way this can get easier? Spoiler alert! The answer is a resounding no.
Crockpot Cheese Dip with Beans (No Velveeta)
It is difficult to write an entire section on the ingredients in this recipe because it is really very easy. All you need is a can of Amy’s Organic Low-Fat Black Bean Vegetable Soup.
The next ingredient you will need is cheddar and Jalapeno Pub cheese. That is it. The ingredients are easy to gather and very affordable. But the directions take “easy” to the next level.
Cooking dips brings out the flavor in the ingredients. The dips will be heavier than fresh salsa, but that is part of what makes these dips perfect for parties. People can enjoy the dips and fill up on them as if they were meals.
Ultimately, this cheese dip is one of the best ones you will make, and the fact that it is easy means you can break it out during any party. In fact, you may want to add this recipe to your holiday party lists for future events as well.
Spray a small crockpot with non-stick spray to make for easy clean up later.
Add the cheddar and jalapeno pub cheese and the black bean vegetable soup to the crockpot and gently mix them together.
Cover the crockpot and heat on low for a half hour. Then, mix the ingredients one more time and cover.
Continue to cook on low until the cheese is warm and the ingredients are blended nicely. This usually takes about an hour for our small crockpot.
Crockpot Cheese Dip with Beans (No Velveeta)Course: Appetizers, Crockpot Recipes
Crockpot Bean Dip with Beans is the perfect party recipe! This dip can be used with chips, crackers, or fresh vegetables for an easy side dish.
1 Can Amy’s Organic Low-Fat Black Bean Vegetable Soup
Cheddar and Jalapeno Pub Cheese
- Spray a small crockpot with non-stick spray to make for easy clean up later.
- Add the cheddar and jalapeno pub cheese to the crockpot and gently mix the ingredients together.
- Cover the crockpot and heat on low for a half hour. Then mix the ingredients one more time and cover.
- Continue to cook on low until the cheese is warm and the ingredients are blended nicely. This usually takes about an hour for our small crock pot.
- You may be tempted to turn it on high which is okay for a small period of time but cooking the black bean dip on high for too long will make it runnier. Slow and steady wins the race with this recipe.
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