Football is in full swing around here, and it’s undoubtedly a big deal here around Kansas City! Win or lose, about 90% of us connect through our local home team. Whether you actually enjoying watching football or not isn’t even much of a concern. Regardless, you still come together and cheer on the chiefs! Whether you’re tailgating in the parking lot of Arrowhead or hanging out with a group of friends in someone’s living room… so long as you have good food and company…you’re doing things the right way.
My favorite part about football season is that’s it’s a chance for me to try out new recipes, or perfect the old ones. This is a super important task because will be the recipes that are prepared for potlucks at my husband’s job, or whipped up quickly for a quick weekend night get together. Regardless of the occasion…. they need to be awesome and leave my guest requesting them at future events! A white queso dip appetizer is on of my primary go-to. I love it because it’s not only relatively quick and easy to make, it still packs a pretty powerful punch in the taste department as well. White queso dip is also a great side dish choice for your family’s Mexican food nights as well.
It doesn’t really matter what occasion you’re making your white queso dip appetizer for, you’ll love it. This is a really simple and easy white queso dip recipe that takes very little time. You can also spice things up and add things up by adding your own favorite additions to your this white queso dip recipe. I personally think bacon is a delicious addition to any recipe, and white queso dip is no exception!
White Queso Spinach Dip Appetizer Recipe
How To Make The Perfect White Queso Dip Appetizer
- 2 Cups chopped spinach steamed
- 2 Minced garlic cloves
- ¼ Cup lemon juice
- ½ Cup chopped parsley
- 1 Chopped onion
- ¾ Cup milk
- ½ Cup cream cheese
- ½ Cup sour cream
- 1 Package white American cheese 12 oz
- ½ Cup parmesan cheese
- Drizzle olive oil
- Salt and white pepper to taste
- 1 Lemon cut by half
- 1 Package nachos
- Boil the milk in a saucepan, add the spinach, lemon juice, garlic, half the parsley, onion, cheese, olive oil, salt, and pepper.
- Stir until the cheese is melted (about 8 minutes).
- Remove from the heat.
- Transfer to a serving bowl and let it cool down at room temperature.
- When ready to serve, garnish with the remaining parsley, lemon, and some nachos.
- Serve with nachos and enjoy.
Be sure to share with the rest of us how yours turns out, and we definitely want to know any cool tips or add-ons you have!