Slow Cooker Chili and Cheese Afternoon Snack Recipe


Day 16.

It's so nice to come home to a hot snack after school, work, running errands, or soccer games. Put your slow cooker to work for you while you're out and about so you can munch on a delicious snack while you catch up on reading the mail. Or reading blogs.

The Ingredients:

--1 can of your favorite chili
--cheese (white, orange, purple-- it doesn't matter)

The Directions:

--open can
--shred cheese
--put shredded cheese on top
--close cooker (I used the mini one, if you only have a huge one, insert a corningware or other high-heat resistant dish into bottom of stoneware)
--heat on high if only gone for 1-2 hours, heat on low if gone 3-4.



Serve with tortilla chips.


Gee, steph. All you did was open a can and shred cheese. Does that really count as a recipe?


Yes. Yes it does.

other super easy dips:

black bean and goat cheese dip

sundried tomato dip

pizza fondue

spinach and artichoke dip

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Posted by: Stephanie O'Dea | A Year of Slow Cooking at January 16, 2008

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What they say about this recipe

  1. What a fab idea! A warm snack sounds great on a cold, wet day like I'm having today! joanne x

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  2. um, yum! have you ever used a dish inside your crockpot? i've heard of doing so but i'm nervous about trying it...

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  3. This is going to be lunch today! thanks for the great idea!

    Gerky
    http://wickedpickles.weebly.com

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  4. Hi guys! Kelly, it freaked me out too. I have used corning ware and pyrex--and thought about how I put them in 400degree ovens with no problem, so I gave it a try.
    So far so good, but of course only do what you are comfortable with.
    xox
    steph

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  5. Hey! A quick question: did you get some sort of notification that I had linked you, or did you just come over and notice? I meant to leave you a comment to let you know, and I am a technological dimwit... Still figuring it all out!

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  6. Anonymous1/16/2008

    A million years ago when I was a high school student in Texas, we made this with Velveeta (not sure of the spelling, it's not an ingredient I use often!)

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  7. This is a great idea for a blog, and I love your sense of humor. I'm writing a post to recommend your blog to my readers.

    Colleen

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  8. I adore your blog. My family is moving back to a GF diet after being off of one for almost a year. I have to admit I am going back kicking and screaming and dragging my heels. (my heels have carpet burns). Your blog has been a blessing, just from the aspect of seeing another family survive the GF diet. Not to mention all the recipes. I have been reading with my eight year old son, and he cracks up laughing at your sense of humor. Keep up the good work, and THANK YOU!!!!!!

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  9. Oh, and I forgot to say that I am using your recipe for corned beef for tonight's dinner, only I am adding brussel sprouts. I have never had them, but as I was choosing a cabbage to add, the brussel sprouts started shouting at me. I will let you know how they turn out.

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  10. Well that recipe would put ol' Rachael Ray and her 30 minutes to shame! I have no problem with quick and easy and out of a can and/or bag. I'll have to keep my eyes open for that purple cheese though:)!

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  11. LOL, looks yummy to me!

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  12. Just discovered your blog tonight... I love it! Will be back daily :-)

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  13. I just found your blog tonight, what a great idea! I'll be checking back every day :)

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  14. This one looks great!

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  15. That is a recipe. I'm gonna have to remember that next time I have an errand day.

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  16. it's definitely a recipe and I am so doing this one...LOL

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  17. These are my FAVORITE kinds of recipes! I am so making this one.

    Tammy and Parker

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  18. I really, really, really want purple cheese!!! Trader Joe himself looked at me strangely when I went looking for it. Let's invent it! Are crayons toxic? We could melt purple crayons with white cheese and voila! Or what about beets... Oh my, this comment sounds like I've already eaten too much purple cheese. Sorry Steph! I love your blog!

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  19. Anonymous2/08/2008

    I've never tried this in a crock pot, but I make something very similar in the microwave. Can of chili and block of cream cheese (or neufchatel). Melt together in micro for a few minutes. It's great!

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  20. Anonymous6/25/2008

    The only purple cheese I've ever had was a firm white cheese that was soaked in red wine.... nice in small doses, but I cannot imagine it going well with chili.

    Now, the one with mustard and stout in it.... that was particularly nice with chili!

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