This party dip recipe is fairly common, but I’ve had so many people ask for the recipe at Christmas parties this year that I thought I’d post it.
It is sometimes called White Queso. (That’s a red chip.)
8 oz. Cream Cheese
1 can ro-tel (canned diced tomatoes and green chilis)
One pound breakfast sausage
Brown the breakfast sausage, and then add the cream cheese and ro-tel until it all melts together. Serve with tortilla chips.
Get ready to share the recipe, because people LOVE this stuff!
While we’re talking parties, have you thrown any lately?
I know that for the organizationally challenged . . . hosting parties can be daunting, and that’s extra frustrating since we . . . are . . . fun!
Seriously. We are. Waaaay more fun than normal people.
Perhaps it’s just me . . . but I tend to get rather caught up in the fun stuff (like the decorations and the games and the cake) and either lose track of or never even consider the not-so-fun stuff (like invitations and bathroom cleaning and planning an alternate location in case of bad weather).
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Mary covers everything. Food, decorations, venue, budget . . . it’s all there.
The e-book even includes checklists that will get you from the month before to the day after!
Sooo . . . if you cleaned up your house for Christmas, why not go ahead and throw a New Year’s Eve party? I’m all about getting in as many parties as possible while the house is clean!
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