Inspiration: If there’s a perfect day for a decadent, cheesy dip, it’s definitely Superbowl Sunday! This one was on our snack menu for the big game.
What we Loved: Creamy cheese, spicy sausage, and sweet tomatoes? Count me in! I always feel like cream cheese makes the best dips, and this dip was no exception. It had the rich, velvety texture of cream cheese, and I really enjoyed the spicy layers of flavor and the little kick of heat that the Italian sausage added. The third ingredient, tomatoes, added a nice sweetness and such a lovely color! And on top of how much I loved the taste of this dip, it was easy to prepare, and it tasted great served warm or at room temperature.
Helpful Hints: This makes a lot of dip, so be prepared for leftovers if you aren’t serving a crowd. I’ve still got a sizable amount in the fridge waiting to be eaten. I left the hot sauce out of this dip, but if you’d like a lot of spice, definitely add it in! I found that the Italian sausage had a little bit of spice on its own, which was nice and made for a very mildly spicy dip.
Italian Sausage Dip
Source: My Baking Addiction
Here’s the recipe as I made it, without the hot sauce.
16 oz Italian sausage
15 oz can diced tomatoes with mild green chiles, undrained
2 8 oz packages cream cheese
1. Saute the sausage in a skillet over medium heat until cooked through and browned.
2. Reduce the heat to low, and stir in the tomatoes and cream cheese until blended. Cook until just heated through.
3. Serve warm.
Anything with cheese and I am in!! I made a homemade queso for Superbowl – my family loved it!
this recipe is fabulous!!!!!
Thanks! Glad that you liked it! I haven’t made this dip in ages…..I think fall football season is the perfect time. :)