Football Bean Dip

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 15 mins
  • Yield: 1bowl of dip
  • About This Recipe

    “A football tradition started several Superbowl Sundays ago. A good basic dip that is easy to make. I got it from some magazine I think.”

    Ingredients

  • 2cansrefried beans( can be low-fat, vegetarian, whatever)
  • 12ouncesVelveeta cheese( sometimes I add a little more)
  • 1jarchunky picante sauce
  • 3dashesTabasco sauce( or similar)
  • Directions

  • Begin heating refried beans in a suacepan.
  • Cut Velveeta into cubes and add to beans.
  • Heat until cheese is melted.
  • Stir in picante sauce and as much Tabasco (or similar) as you like.
  • Serve with chips, a cold beer, and a good football game (Hook’em Horns).
  • Reviews

  • “Would a basketball game count? *LOLI made these last night for all to munch on while I “created” a new burger…your recipe was great, I love cheese! I used a lot of Tabasco as we do like it “hot”.Thanks for this simple yet yummy recipe!”

  • “This is great with the Mexican Velveeta cheese also.You can even leave out the Tobassco using this cheese.”

  • “The dip was great, the Shiner Bock was cold, but my football team lost! 🙁 At least I had this super easy, great tasting dip to drown my sorrows in!! Thanks Mark!”

  • “Quick and simple to make and uses ingredients I always have in my kitchen.It was pretty addictive like all good dips should be!I used Mexican Velveta cheese as suggested.Thanks Mark for another tasty recipe!”

  • “Hey Mark-pretty tasty!I used my recipe for refried beans and added a small can of diced green chiles-fast, easy and I could hide one fried okra piece in it and still enjoy eating this dip!Di ;-)”

  • “Good bean dip.Easy to boot.Thanks.”

  • “Delicious! Thanks, fellow Austinite!”

  • “It couldn’t be easier and the crowd was very happy with the dip.Thanks for sharing this one.”

  • “This dish was super simple to make, and super fantastic to eat!Everyone raved about this dip!Thanks for posting such a simple and delicious dish!”

  • “Sounds good, will definitely try this for the next football get-together.Go Bucks!!!”

  • “MarkWe will make this October the 6th for “OUr” meeting.I will have it beside the OU pretzels.I will also tell the people at OUr football party that is a Longhorn recipe.Good Luck GO OUTina”

  • “Easy recipe, wonderful.Loved it.Go “OU”.”

  • “Very good.Next time, though, I will add the hot sauce.I didn’t because of the kids but I will next time.Thanks for posting.”

  • “quick easy and delicious. i used 16oz of velvetta and didnt notice a difference besides taht maybe it was a slight bit thinner.”

  • “This recipe and M’s chili recipe make a great football party.”

  • “This is a great dip that is always a huge hit. I serve it in a small crock pot which keeps it warm throughout the party. Another shortcut is to use the microwave to heat the cheese, beans and salsa. Make sure you use small 1-2 minute heating intervals while stirring in between.Just transfer the dip to the crockpot when heated through and enjoy! “

  • “Delicious! I made this using 1- 16 oz. jar salsa and omitted the tabasco [didn’t have any] and we thoroughly enjoyed this…awesome! Will try it w/ tabasco when i buy some…thx for a keeper Mark!”

  • “Great bean dip Mark. Fixed this up in a flash for Super Bowl Sunday and it was enjoyed by all. I did add a few pickled peppers to add more heat. I’m not sure what was talked about more…the dip or the half time show. lol Thanks Mark this is a keeper!”

  • “Great bean dip Mark–and it couldn’t be any easier.We used the better part of a 16 oz jar of picante and a few good doses of hot sauce.Very addictive, especially when you’re watching a great football game!Thanks for sharing your recipe, Mark!”

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