Yes, two recipes this week!!!
I’m all about the appetizers lately, for some reason! This is another great game-day dip recipe that I discovered at Sandi’s Allergy Free Recipes. I altered it just a bit to suit our dairy-loving household, but it’s pretty much the same otherwise.
If you love goat cheese and chili (raise your hand!) you will love this recipe. And also? It is super easy.
All you do is crumble 4 oz goat cheese into a pie plate or a similar sized serving dish.
Then you spoon 1 cup Chili on top of that. I happened have a single bowl of leftover chili in my fridge this week but you can certainly buy a can or make your own.
Then you just sprinkle a cup of shredded cheddar on top of that. (She calls for 1/2 cup but I love cheese, so . . . what can I say?)
For the love of all that’s yummy, take a block of sharp cheddar and shred your own. It is so much tastier than the bags of pre-shredded.
Then pop the dish into a preheated 350-degree oven. After about 10 minutes, it should be bubbly and beginning to brown.
Take it out and serve with tortilla chips.
Sharing is optional.
- 4 oz goat cheese
- 1 c. [url href=”https://www.jolynneshane.com/2010/12/tried-and-true-friday-night-chili.html” target=”_blank”]chili[/url]
- 1 c shredded cheddar
- Crumble goat cheese into a pie plate.
- Spread chili on top of that.
- Sprinkle cheese on top of it all.
- Bake in a 400-degree oven for 8-10 minutes or until bubbly.
- Serve with tortilla chips or crackers.
14 thoughts on “Game Day Recipe: Chili Goat Cheese Dip”
YUM! This looks delicious! I love goat cheese…can’t wait to try it:)
You had me at chili but THEN I saw goat cheese. We are having chili this weekend and I always keep goat cheese in the fridge…looks like I know what I’m doing with the leftover chili!!
Yet another one of your recipes that makes my mouth water! Now, if only my team was *in* the Superbowl!
Ha. I haven’t a clue who is even in contention. But I do enjoy a good party!
Yummm. I have one left over bowl of chili in my frig. I know what’s for snack night tomorrow! ;o)
Looks yummy! By chance, what nail polish are you wearing in the photo? Love that too!
Thanks! It’s Shellac Rubble from the Spring 2012 Collection.
Chili and goat cheese? Seems like a strange combo to me ha! But I love chili and I love goat cheese, so maybe it could work! 🙂
Now in Cincinnati, replace the goat cheese with cream cheese and the “Texas” style chili with Cincinnati-style chili, and you have Skyline Dip. Delicious.
That sounds good too!!! I Just had the leftovers for lunch. SO YUM.
That sounds great! My mom makes something similar but with cream cheese instead of goat cheese. I’ll have to try this version.
Oh wow, this looks so good! I make chili a couple times a month and LOVE goat cheese, so this is my kind of recipe. Thanks for sharing!
That looks so yummy! You are the third person this week to mention goat cheese, so I guess I need to try it. Do you purchase it at your local grocery store?
Yes, but I don’t get the kind that is already crumbled. It has a totally different texture. Get the kind that is in a roll. It’s very soft and easy to crumble and it’s creamy and delicious.
making this right now. so very excited!!