My father has always made the most incredible chip dip. It’s his go to game day recipe that always disappears completely and normally do so very fast.
For that reason, I’ve always referred to it as vanishing chip dip. One minute there’s quite a bit of it left and the next it’s completely gone!
If you serve this one at your next game day party, be prepared to ask for the recipe as that’s typically what happens anytime I make this dip concoction.
Game Day Vanishing Chip Dip
- 12 oz. jar of Pace Picante Sauce
- 15 oz. can of armor chili no beans
- ½ cup of jalapeno slices
- 8 oz. of Velveeta cheese
- 1 lb. hamburger meat
Directions: Brown the hamburger meat and drain fully. Place picante sauce and chili into a blender and pulse several times to combine ingredients. Put all ingredients except cheese into a large slow cooker and cook on high for about 2 hours. Cut the Velveeta into small cubes and add cooking on high for an additional hour. Once the cheese has fully melted and the dip is easily stirred, it’s ready!
Serve this in bowls with tortilla chips for dipping and enjoy!
Pro Tips: The spiciness of this recipe can be adjusted with ease. If you want it to be very mild, decrease the amount of jalapenos you put in and use mild picante sauce. If you want it hot, use hot picante sauce and the full amount of jalapenos. If you find yourself needing a good blender for this one, please check out our top picks here.
This recipe has been a big family favorite for many years now. It’s wonderful for not only game day events, but also general family gatherings. I can’t count the number of times I have heard people specifically ask my dad if he would make his dip for an upcoming event.
Give this recipe a shot and watch just how quickly it starts to vanish after people give it a taste.