Championship Bean Dip Recipe
- 1 can (16 ounces) refried beans
- 1 cup picante sauce
- 1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 3/4 cup sour cream
- 3 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 1 tablespoon chili powder
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
- Tortilla chips and salsa
- 1. In a large bowl, combine the first eight ingredients; transfer to a 1-1/2-qt. slow cooker. Cover and cook on high for 2 hours or until heated through, stirring once or twice. Serve with tortilla chips and salsa. Yield: 4-1/2 cups.
2 tablespoons: 57 calories, 4g fat (2g saturated fat), 12mg cholesterol, 151mg sodium, 3g carbohydrate (1g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein.
Reviews for Championship Bean Dip
"I made this for my daughter to take to a potluck one of her college classes was having, and she returned home with an empty slow-cooker and several requests for the recipe. We're making it again next week for her choir's potluck lunch. Since a number of the choir members don't eat meat, this is perfect. It's also really, really good!"
"This was very mild with mild picante sauce. I increased the cream cheese to 8 oz to feed a congregation. A serving remained. It was a nice change from baked bean or buffalo chicken dip."
"This was a very easy appetizer to make andeveryone loved it. Be prepared to have folks wanting the recipe!"
"I made this for Easter because of all the reviews. Even making it I thought there was not enough beans and a lot of creams and cheese. I wasn't satisfied or my family. I was left with a lot leftover. It is more of a creamy cheese dip. I am not sure how it is called a bean dip. Or how I am so differed with the reviews."
"Loved this dip! As did the family."
"Has a good taste. Unfortunately I didn't a small slow cooker, so it wasn't as smooth as it should have been."
"A easy and tasty cheese dip with beans as an added plus. You can totally spice it up, if that's your thing."
"Delicious! Made this at a family gathering and it was a hit! A recipe remembered and drooled over! I even accidently forgot the spices and it was still delicious!"
"This is one recipe I return to again and again, modifying it to fit what I've got in my pantry. It's great with 2 cups of cheddar cheese (total) in place of the Monterey Jack cheese. Adding up to 1/2 teaspoon of cumin and some finely chopped onions is an adjustment I frequently make. This one is obviously a keeper!"
"This was great! I've never been a big refried beans fan, so I cut the amount of beans in half and I thought it was delecious. A very nice change from the traditional nacho cheese dip. I'll be making this over and over again."
"Love this stuff! Made it just as it say's to and my family loves it. Been making it for about 6 months now :)"
"Very good! Everyone liked it."
"This is awesome! The first time I made it was on a Thanksgiving. It was so easy and fast to make, basically dump everything together, and it tastes amazing. My husband requests this quite often now!"
"This dip is great! You can leave things out if you don't have them on hand. Leftovers can go into quesadillas. My 4-year-old son asks for this often."
"Best bean dip I have ever had. My family really enjoyed it."
"This recipe is great! Got it from taste of home years ago and it is my fall football "go to" recipe for my family. This is one of my top ten fav recipes. quick, easy and delicious! No changes. It is wonderful just the way it is."
"This recipe is great! Got it from taste of home years ago and it is my fall football "go to" recipe for my family. This is one of my top ten fav recipes. quick, easy and delicious!"
"This recipe is amazing, just the way it is. Comes out the best when you use a "thin" salsa/hot sauce, that isn't chunky (If you're in Texas, "El Fenix" hot sauce is the best for this!) I have made this recipe probably 20 times in the last year for various events & have to give out the recipe every time. It is requested no matter where we are going. Who ever came up with it is a genius!"
"LOVE this dip with the way that I make it. Not as listed here. Actually, I think its rather gross with the way it is listed. I just omit the sour cream and cream cheese, and its GREAT!"
"As is, I think its gross. Omit the Cream Cheese and sour cream and its amazing"
"This was fabulous, made it for Christmas and it was a huge hit with my entire family."
"I love how this recipe uses ingredients I always have on hand! I can whip it up at the last minute & heat it up on the stove or in the microwave before transfering it to the crockpot."
"LOVED IT!!! Excellent dip, perfect for burritos, too! My whole family gobbled this up!"
"Delicious!! Everyone loved it!"
"This recipe is legendary at my office. I bring it in every few months. Totally adictive."
"I made this for a church fall party. Everyone loved it!! I normally don't try new recipes for events, but I'm so glad I tried this one!"
"This is the best dip. I make it quite often and I am asked to bring it to many functions. It makes the best burrito filling."
"WOW! I love this bean dip! It has the perfect amount of creaminess and spice. Delectable"
"Been making this dip since it was first published in the late 90s. Love it!"
"This is such a unique, creamy dip that can be prepared ahead of time. Because you do it in the crock pot, you can "set it and forget it!" People usually ask for the recipe. It's a real keeper!"
"What a great dip! I'm always asked to bring this dip to parties and get toghters."
"My family always wants this dip at gatherings. So good!"
"I DID NOT HAVE SHREDDED CHEESE. IT TURNED OUT GREAT WITH 4OZ OF OF CHEDDAR AND MONTEREY JACK BLOCKS. NO LEFTOVERS TO USE.kay"
"This is a very addictive dip. My co-workers and family always request this dip for potlucks. So very good!"
"This is a great standby for me. I find that I can make it just as well in the microwave in less time. Also, leftovers are great wrapped with cooked chicken and salsa in a flour torilla as leftovers."
Sweet Red Wine
Enjoy this recipe with a sweet red wine.