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10 Good-for-You Dips and Spreads for the Big Game Gathering healthy snacks

10 Good-for-You Dips and Spreads for the Big Game Gathering

Cheesy Stuffed Garlic Bread! This fun, DELICIOUS pull-apart bread is a must for game day! From EricasRecipes.com.

Cheesy Stuffed Garlic Bread

Ingredients    2 tablespoons of olive oil  1 pound of Italian Sausage, Italian Turkey Sausage or Lean Ground Beef  1/2 a medium onion, d...

Ingredients 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 pound of Italian Sausage, Italian Turkey Sausage or Lean Ground Beef 1/2 a medium onion, d...

BLT White Bean Bruschetta Spread Recipe | LIVESTRONG.COM  -  dip or spread for bread, chip, tortillas, etc.  veggies, bacon, lemon, garlic, spices, tomato, cannellini beans, etc.  healthy, high fiber, want to try.     lj

BLT White Bean Bruschetta Spread Recipe | LIVESTRONG.COM - dip or spread for bread, chip, tortillas, etc. veggies, bacon, lemon, garlic, spices, tomato, cannellini beans, etc. healthy, high fiber, want to try. lj

Need to use GF Pizza dough-Pizza Bread Recipe   2 cups Mozzarella cheese (or what ever cheese you like); - 2 table spoons of parsley flakes; - 1/3 cup olive oil; - 1-8 package of pepperoni; - 1 cup of Parmesan cheese.

Need to use GF Pizza dough-Pizza Bread Recipe 2 cups Mozzarella cheese (or what ever cheese you like); - 2 table spoons of parsley flakes; - 1/3 cup olive oil; - 1-8 package of pepperoni; - 1 cup of Parmesan cheese.

This silky, cheesy dip celebrates New Mexico's famous hatch chiles, which are only available in the late summer and early fall. If you are lucky enough to see them at the market, be sure to bring some home. Enjoy them right away or roast before freezing to enjoy year-round (or buy some of the great frozen options available). And skip the fancy cheese counter for this recipe: You'll achieve a smoother queso texture with super-melty cheese from the dairy aisle of the supermarket.

Hatch Chile con Queso Dip

This silky, cheesy dip celebrates New Mexico's famous hatch chiles, which are only available in the late summer and early fall. If you are lucky enough to see them at the market, be sure to bring some home. Enjoy them right away or roast before freezing to enjoy year-round (or buy some of the great frozen options available). And skip the fancy cheese counter for this recipe: You'll achieve a smoother queso texture with super-melty cheese from the dairy aisle of the supermarket.

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