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Let me ask you a question; do you know a single person who doesn’t love cheeseburgers? I sure don’t, so that’s why I thought I would make something with cheeseburger flavor for a party I was planning.
Now, I knew I didn’t want to make actual cheeseburgers because I had plenty of smaller dishes coming up, and I thought it would be a little too much. A friend of mine mentioned a cheeseburger dip, but I had my doubts about that one, too. Would I have enough time to cook it? Would it be difficult? And the most important thing; would it even be tasty?
Who knew a cheeseburger recipe could be a set-it and forget-it, but with this dish, the slow cooker is king! You can use anything from pitas, to scoops, to crusty bread to dip into this delicacy. Some people might even want to use a spoon! It takes about 2 hours to cook, but worth every second! And once you get all the ingredients in there, all you need to do is wait for this tasty thing to be ready.
Recipe and photo courtesy of All Recipes.