A few years back, there was this one time when my husband and I took the kids and went to our friend's house for a bonfire. We get together for bonfires a few times every Fall and we look forward to it every year. It's nothing huge or crazy, just 6 or seven people sitting around a small fire pit while the kids play in the yard.
Well, it was that one time a few years back that really sticks out as my favorite bonfire. My girlfriend made this amazing bean dip. Yes, I am admitting that it was my favorite bonfire because of beans. Naturally, we'll usually make a few snacks to munch on while we sit by the fire and this bean dip she made was so damn tasty, made entirely in the slow cooker, and super cheesy. It was really magical.
It was so good that I even went back for a second plate full of tortilla chips doused in the cheesy, beany goodness. I asked her what was in the recipe and was surprised that it was so simple and so easy to make.
I decided right then and there that I was going to make my own version of a crock pot bean dip. I can't believe that it has taken at least a year for this recipe to finally come to fruition, but it is so worth the wait!
I have officially declared this the best bean dip in the whole wide world.
Done and done.
I should disclose that this is an individual declaration. I haven't polled thousands of people or anything. But, I promise you, dip a few chips in this delish dip and you'll be saying it's the best of the best, too.
It's hot, it's cheesy, it's melty, and it is so so so easy to make. Dump the ingredients into the crock pot, give it a few stirs every now and then, and you have an appetizer that will be the hit of any party, game day, or Mexican fiesta! Enjoy!