Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Crockpot Salsa con Queso
Today I am turning my blog over to 22 of my favorite people- my students! I have never allowed a guest post on my blog before because in general I like all of the content to be my own, but when my students suggested that they'd like to see what it's like to blog I had to give them the chance. We cooked this dip in class, I showed them how to photograph food, we ate it (yum!!) and now, my students will share with you the experience and the recipe! Everything below is written by them.
Hi we are Mrs.C`s students. We are blogging today because we earned a classroom celebration and decided to cook. Today we are making a salsa con queso because we all like it and we wanted to try making it homemade. If you ever want to try this- trust us, it's really good. We all eagerly gobbled it up with chips, pretzels, carrots, and grapes. All of us ate it until our fingers were sticky and our stomachs were stuffed. Each table went up for 3 or 4 refills! The flavor was very cheesy, spicy, creamy, thick but not too thick, addictive, zesty, and tempting to look at. Our mouths were watering! As soon as the cheese filled our mouths our eyes lit up and our taste buds danced.
2 pounds of Velveeta cheese, cut up
8 ounces of cream cheese, cut up
16 ounce jar of salsa
1 packet of taco seasoning
1/4 cup of milk
Can of green chilis, optional
1- Combine ingredients in crockpot. Stir well.
2- Set on low for 2.5-3 hours or until cheese is melted. Stir frequently.
3- Serve with chips, grapes, pretzels, carrots, or your own dippers.
4- Eat it!