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Hot Chili Dip
don’t get much easier than this! This dish is great for parties,
sportsball snacks and even a simple dinner if that’s what you’re
needing. Hot Chili Dip comes out the over ready for toppings and
tortilla chips: it’s a hearty, fun and warming winter dish. If you’re
looking for something easy-peasy but satisfying, this is your recipe.
It’s a perfect way to use up any leftover chili, too, and has lots of
options for customizing.
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Hot Chili Dip
8-ounces vegan cream cheese (we love (Kite Hill), room temperature
5 - 6 cups your favorite veggie chili, homemade or purchased
⅔ cup shredded vegan cheddar or cheddar blend
a 9-inch pie plate or 9-X-9 square baking pan, spread the cream cheese
on the bottom. Spread chili on top of that, packing down a bit with the
back of a spoon to pack it in. Spread cheese on top. Bake for 20
When it’s removed from the oven, sprinkle with your favorite toppings.
Some ideas are chopped scallions, vegan sour cream, chopped tomatoes,
sliced olives, minced cilantro and pickled peppers.
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