Easy Cheesy Velveeta Queso Dip #Recipe

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I love fall! I love when the weather starts to cool down, the leaves start to change colors, and I love watching football.

What could better then spending a cool fall afternoon watching football? How about watching football while eating some yummy snacks! One of my favorite “get together” snacks is chips and queso.  Perfect for fall football time! So if your looking for something new to try out for a get together this is a very easy cheesy queso dip.


Here is everything you will need to make the Queso

1 lb. box Velveeta Cheese or similar store brand

1/2 a 1 lb box Velveeta Mexi Cheese

1 bunch green onions (diced)

4 oz. can diced green chilies

2 cans Chili Con Carne with or without beans.

Combine ingredients in a crock pot and cook on low for 4 hours, stirring every 30 minutes so the cheese doesn’t burn.  Make sure you scrape down the sides and bottom.  You can put it in an oven safe dish and bake at 250 F for the 4 hours also.  Then serve warm with tortilla chips!

This is a picture of everything mixed in the crock pot.  It had probably only been cooking for an hour.  Also this is a double recipe.  With the recipe doubled it fed 25 people with a little bit left over.

If you try it I hope you enjoy it!


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  1. Laura Jacobson says
    Oh this looks really good! I used to love a chili con queso at a local restaurant that went out of business. I have been trying for years to make something comparible...I am going to have to try this one! Looks very close!
  2. My family makes this for football games. SO YUMMY! xoxo
  3. Carolyn A Colley (Griffith, Smith) says
    this looks so good & looks very easy to make
  4. Courtney Tucker says
    When I am off of my diet, Chili con Queso and Salsa/Tortilla Chips are some of my favorite things to eat, this recipe sounds very nice, will have to try it one day, thank you!
  5. Wow this really looks good. I like Velveeta cheese anyway so I will make this for the holidays.
  6. This looks good. Ever try making mac n cheese with velveeta, it's awesome when you make it from the block and not the ready made boxed kind......another good one is make a meatloaf and push veleeta into the middle of it, it melts into it so when you slice it it melts with it. sibabe64 at ptd dot net
  7. Blessie Nelson says
    This is so easy to make!! I should definitely try it for the next game we have at home!
  8. Mary Dailey says
    I can't wait to try this one! We have monthly gatherings with a large group of people and this will be perfect!
  9. Elizabeth Bailey says
    This looks way better then anykind of store bought dip. I often just throw alittle salsa and CheezWhiz in the microwave for a few seconds... but I think this would be great for a bunch of people. Thanks.
  10. Gina Brickell says
    This looks amazing!! Everyone in our house loves to snack on chip and dip. Looks like this dip is easy to make and sounds incredible!!!
  11. Yum! This is a common recipe in Oklahoma during football season... almost all parties are required to have some kind of queso! :-). I might just have to break this out for March Madness this month...
  12. ooh, onions in cheese dip. Sounds like a great way to sneak some veggies in for picky eaters.