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This is a sponsored post for VELVEETA and RO*TEL. #QuesoForAllBatman & Robin…Peanut Butter & Jelly…Cookies & Milk… Some pairings are truly winners – each part equally great alone, but when combined, the results are unmatchable! Some people even say that about Jack and me – we are a great team together! So we were happy to be asked to join up with VELVEETA and RO*TEL as part of their “It Takes Two” campaign to talk about how quick and easy it is to make the super-delicious Famous Queso Dip that everyone loves! Two delicious ingredients – VELVEETA and RO*TEL Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies – come together to create this classic dip that’s guaranteed to make your next game day party a success! A few weekends ago, we had some friends over to our house to watch the New England Patriots play. Our team won (yay!) – but, what really made game day great was spending the day visiting with wonderful friends and neighbors. Our kids played together all day long while the adults had a chance to relax, enjoy a few laughs, and enjoy some great food! Our friends loved the Famous Queso Dip – a creamy, zesty dip – and we’re sure that your friends will love it too! So be sure to make queso the next time you have a few friends over to watch football. Here’s a helpful tip: Keep this queso dip warm for your party in a mini slow-cooker! For more information visit www.quesoforall.com for the Famous Queso Dip and other Queso recipes #quesoforall.
1 16-ounce package VELVEETA, cut into 1-inch cubes
1 10-ounce can RO*TEL Diced Tomatoes and Green Chiles, undrained
Place ingredients in a microwave safe bowl.
Microwave on high for 2-5 minutes until VELVEETA is completely melted (stir after a few minutes of heating to combine ingredients).
Serve warm with tortilla chips, crackers or cut-up fresh vegetables.
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Suggestion: Keep warm in a mini slow cooker. (Affiliate link.)