I'm participating in BooMama's "DipTacular" - a tour of dips if you will! It's a chance for everyone in the blog world to share their yummy dip recipe. Who doesn't love a big plate of chips or crackers with some delicious dip! This is especially perfect now that football season is upon us!

I have several tasty dip recipes, but this is one of our favorites (I think it's John's favorite!). We make this during football season and it's a tradition that we make it the night we decorate our Christmas tree. Here it is...

1 pound hamburger meat
10 oz can rotel
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
1/4 teaspoon chili powder
1 pound velveeta (cut into cubes)
Brown hamburger meat in a large pot and drain. To the meat, add rotel, worcestershire sauce, chili powder and velveeta. Stir occasionally until all the velveeta is melted then simmer for 10 minutes. Serve with chips of your choice - we like tortilla chips or potato chips! This can also be kept warm in a crock pot if serving at a party. We took this to a Super Bowl party last year (in our football crockpot) and it was a big hit!
Hope you enjoy this delicious dip...until we meet again!


  1. This sounds so good!! I can't wait to try it, thanks for sharing!


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