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Three Ingredient Sausage Dip

Claire Stabbert - Columnist
Posted 7/2/20

I am not sure how, in my 29 years of existence, I have never tried Jimmy Dean sausage dip until the other day. I was at a backyard bbq and a good friend of mine brought this simple dip. (This was the …

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Three Ingredient Sausage Dip

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I am not sure how, in my 29 years of existence, I have never tried Jimmy Dean sausage dip until the other day. I was at a backyard bbq and a good friend of mine brought this simple dip. (This was the same day I got to experience that incredible Brussel sprout salad!)

I tried this life changing sausage dip, and I immediately asked my friend Megan for the recipe. I soon after began trying to think of all the times I could make this again and for what occasions (tailgates, Super Bowl parties, bbqs, birthdays). Best thing about it? It's only three ingredients!

All you will need for this delicious dish is 1 roll Jimmy Dean regular sausage, 1-10 oz can rotel (original) and 1- 8 oz package of cream cheese at room temperature. What could possibly be better than a dip that tastes this good and is only 3 ingredients!

Megan begins by browning the sausage until cooked. Mix the browned sausage, cream cheese and Rotel tomatoes in an oven safe dish and bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees or until dip is orange and bubbly on the top.

Many sausage dip recipes I have heard of also combine cooked sausage, rotel, and cream cheese into a crockpot and leave on warm throughout the social gathering.

Megan likes to double this recipe, and I approve! This dip is absolutely delicious and will have your friends begging for the recipe, just like I did!

Claire Stabbert is an accomplished cook who loves to try new recipes. While she does enjoy eating at restaurants, she also loves to whip up a good meal at home. Claire gets some of her cooking inspiration from her grandfather and grandmother, Fred and Shirley Stabbert as well as Great Grandma Nellie.

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