Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Two for Tuesday: Gaming Recipes

This first recipe was discovered by the Jedi at a potluck at work. It was appropriately called "Crack Dip" for it's additive qualities. He brought the recipe home along with an injunction that we must make it on our next gaming night.

We did.

It was well received. And very well named.

It isn't healthy. Not even remotely. Don't come here for healthy recipes.

Crack Dip

  • 1 lb. Bob Evans sausage regular or hot (red wrapper)
  • 2 blocks cream cheese cubed – do not use low or no fat (why would you even consider that?)
  • 1 can Rotel tomatoes with diced chilies – do not drain
  1.  Brown sausage in pan. (Usually grease is cooked off but drain if needed.)
  2. Add cream cheese and Rotel tomatoes.
  3. Blend until creamy smooth. (Can be transferred to a crock pot to be kept warm.)
  4. Serve with tortilla chips. (The 'scoops' variety works very well.)
I don't have a picture. Sorry. Don't come here for pictures either.

This next recipe I have for you comes from ShugarySweets, which is my new favorite source of dessert and snack recipes. I didn't change anything, not a thing, from her directions. They were perfect and the treat was sinfully good.

So, pretty much, I'm bringing you crack and sin today.

I 'm just going to give you a link to her outstanding recipe and steal a picture from her blog so that you know how much you need to visit her blog and make this recipe. It does make a lot, so be prepared to take it to a pot luck, or cut up the leftovers and make little thank-you presents for teachers or secretaries or something.

Trust me, you won't regret making these. Your waistline might regret it, but I can't help that.

1 comment:

Tracy said...

Shugary Sweets is one of my favorite blogs. Tons of great recipes!