Hot, creamy queso dips are the ultimate crowd-pleasers. The next time you’re entertaining, whip up one of these queso recipes featuring 15 different vegetables.
Artichoke hearts join Parmesan, mozzarella and cream cheese in this smooth, creamy queso dip.
This classic crowd-pleasing recipe couldn’t be any easier to make. It requires only two ingredients — a can of RO*TEL Original Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies and one package of Velveeta.
Minced white onion, mild green chilis and cheddar cheese give this queso dip serious flavor.
Green chili peppers
You might want to grab a spoon to dig into this authentic chili con queso featuring roasted green chili peppers.
If you like broccoli cheese soup, you’ll love this hot broccoli cheese dip. It gets its creaminess from cream cheese, sour cream and shredded cheddar cheese.
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This spinach and artichoke queso blanco dip can be a little addictive, so you might want to double the recipe if serving a crowd.
Hot pepper cheese, jalapeños and corn give this white queso flavor and texture to spare. Serve it right out of the slow cooker with crunchy tortilla chips.
The next time your garden is overflowing with squash, grab a few and mix up this cheesy zucchini dip.
Looking for a “skinny dip” recipe? This recipe skips the butter and cream and gets its creamy texture from a little cheese and plenty of pureed cauliflower.
Creamy, hearty and oh so cheesy, this queso recipe is extra delicious thanks to the addition of a can of cream of mushroom soup.
If you like red peppers, you’ll love this recipe featuring big chunks of the sweet vegetable. Serve with more red pepper spears for dipping.
Heat up your next game day gathering with this spicy queso dip. Serve out of a slow cooker to keep it warm.
Bacon, cheddar and chives — oh my. Add a bowl of Ruffles potato chips for the ultimate queso indulgence.
Treat your guests to the flavors of fall with this creamy butternut squash and goat cheese dip.
Looking for a fun dip to serve at your next holiday gathering? This pumpkin queso fundido not only tastes great but looks fantastic, too. You serve it right out of a hollowed-out pumpkin!
Make a batch of fresh tortilla chips to serve with homemade queso at your next tailgate party. It’s easier than you might think!