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If you’re having a party, you should make some slow-cooker queso dip to keep your guests happy. And if you’re not having a party, you should still make some slow-cooker queso—to keep yourself happy, and because leftovers can be easily refrigerated and reheated later. Not convinced? You will be after reading this.
The beauty of slow-cooker dip recipes is how straightforward they are. For queso, you combine basic ingredients like cheese, milk, and various mix-ins (veggies, herbs, meat, spices, etc.), then let the slow cooker do its thing and melt them all together into a pool of perfection.
Whether you’re a queso purist (no chunks!) or prefer some extra flavors mixed in there, you’ll find the slow-cooker queso of your dreams somewhere in the list below. Just be sure to share—it’s a lot of cheese for just one person.
Copycat Chili’s Queso Dip
You know you love Chili’s queso dip. Now you can make it at home!
Beef Queso Dip
Craving something cheesy and a little meaty? Beef queso dip fits the bill.
Four-Cheese Queso Dip
Why dip a chip in just one cheese when you can dip it in four cheeses?
Five-Ingredient Cheese Dip
This five-ingredient dip combines sour cream, cream cheese, cheddar, and two other things you’ll need to read on to find out.
Replicate your favorite Mexican restaurant’s creamy, white cheese dip with this recipe.
Everyone needs a little more nacho cheese in their lives.
Guinness Beer Cheese
Beer cheese is the perfect snack for happy hour.
Philly Cheesesteak Dip
This cheesy, beefy dip is best served with bread—just like an actual cheesesteak!
Cheesy Hamburger Dip
Just like a cheeseburger, this dip is made with good old American cheese.
Sausage and Pepper Jack Cheese Dip
If you like sausage and pepper sandwiches, you’ll love sausage and pepper jack cheese dip.
There’s tons of flavor packed into this luscious queso.
Queso Chicken Dip
Packed with chicken, beans and veggies, this queso is practically a balanced meal!
Cheesy Lobster, Shrimp, and Crab Dip
This seafood queso dip is definitely fancy, but it’s still pretty easy to make.
No one’s saying you shouldn’t order a pizza, but why not make this pizza dip to go with it?
Creamy Onion Dip
Hot onion dip tastes best straight out of the slow cooker.