Who doesn’t love Chili’s Skillet Queso? We all do. Chilis is known for this famous queso appetizer. You can make this recipe at home, it’s so easy to do, and I will show you how to do it in a slow cooker.
Chilis Skillet Queso has to be a favorite appetizer at Chilis restaurant. This recipe has been a menu item for over 20 years. Why not recreate this famous recipe at home. This is a nice change from your standard queso recipe. When you make this recipe in a slow cooker you have the ability to start this dip and let it melt and cook together. This means you are free to work on other things. This is a great dip to make for a party.
I love simple dips like this, easy to put together, and this chili cheese dip will make your crowd happy. You can put the ingredients in the slow cooker, move on and get the rest of your party or evening together. This recipe uses just three ingredients. You will want to use processed cheese, like Velveeta, I honestly think for this recipe a store brand works well too, and this way you can save some money and still make a great tasting dip.
The other ingredient is Hormel chili, no beans. Their chili doesn’t have to beans in it, and if you want to duplicate this recipe, you want to put beans in yours either. I don’t know why, but this brand of chili always seems to go on sale right before the Super Bowl, so I like to pick up a few extra cans so I can prepare this special Chilis Skillet Queso any time of the year for less.
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Chilis Skillet Queso Slow Cooker
- 16 ounces American cheese
- 1 cup half and half
- 1 can Hormel Chili No Beans
- Combine all ingredients in a slow cooker and heat on low. This should take about 1 hour to heat through.