1 can prepared chili, with beans
1 bunch green onions, chopped
1 can diced green chilies
1/2 lb Velveeta cheese
Cut Velveeta cheese into large chunks. Place all ingredients in pot. Cook on HIGH for about 1 1/2 - 2 hours, stirring about halfway through. Serve with tortilla chips, Frito's.....
Okay, let's get it out of the way first...Velveeta. Since Super Bowl weekend is really about gluttony, and a little about a football game, I decided this was a good time to provide the one and only recipe I routinely make that involves the "prepared cheese product." Don't actually know where this recipe came from. I have enjoyed this one for YEARS!! I am not a huge fan of Velveeta, but this recipe is to die for! I promise, no more Velveeta in the remaining recipes! This recipe goes fast, so if you are expecting a big crowd or are bringing it to a potluck, double the recipe. After the cheese is all melted, turn the pot to LOW or WARM to prevent the cheese from burning. You can also make this in the oven, however I have a few reasons to use the pot. First, your oven will probably already be full of wings, potato skins, and the like. This just takes a little counter room, and fits in nicely on your buffet. Second, this is a Crock Pot blog! It's fun to use! And last, during the 4th quarter of the game, the hot wings are cold, the ranch dip is warm, and the lettuce on the 12 foot sub is wilting. But, the bean dip in the crock pot will still be hot! Good luck on your football pools and enjoy the bean dip (in between the new commercials, of course)!