What crock pot appetizer should I make for a baby shower?

I’d like to make some kind of warm dip for a baby shower that I can serve out of a crock pot. For some reason I’m set on using the crock pot. Any suggestions? I’d especially appreciate suggestions for dips you’ve eaten and enjoyed yourself.

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5 Responses to “What crock pot appetizer should I make for a baby shower?”

  1. Kimberly said:

    ********Marmalade Meat Balls

    Ingredients
    2 pounds fully cooked frozen meatballs
    1 bottle (16-ounce) Catalina salad dressing
    1 cup orange marmalade
    3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
    1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes

    Instructions
    Place frozen meatballs in the insert of a slow cooker. In a bowl, stir
    to combine the remaining ingredients. Pour over meatballs and stir to coat. Cook on high setting for
    2 to 3 hours.

    ********WARM SPINACH DIP
    16 ounce bag frozen spinach
    1 jar of roasted garlic
    Alfredo sauce
    canned mushrooms (small or large depending on taste)
    1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
    1 bag of tortilla chips
    Cook and drain spinach; place back into pot adding mushrooms, sauce, and cheese. Dip should be creamy.
    Heat to a simmer, then serve with tortillas.

  2. nanad said:

    This isn’t a dip, but one of our favorite crock pot appetizers is to combine a small jar of grape jelly with equal parts of ketchup or chili sauce and heat until blended. Add to a crock pot with kielbasa (smoked Polish sausage) sliced on an angle. Allow to “cook” a few hours before serving. Also good with cocktail size meatballs. Just serve with toothpicks.

  3. Tara C said:

    This is so good. I love this recipe.

    1 lb corned beef, finely chopped
    1 (16 ounce) can sauerkraut, rinsed, drained and chopped
    1 cup thousand island dressing
    1 1/2 cups swiss cheese, shredded
    1 (3 ounce) package cream cheese, cubed
    1 tablespoon prepared horseradish

    Mix this all in your crockpot and cook on low for about 3 hours. It sits fine in there afterward too. Serve with rye crisps or crackers.

    I have also mixed up some chili that I had leftover (but you could make it in your crockpot the night before) with 1 pack of velveeta cheese. I served it with tortilla chips. It was good, but the first is definitely better.

  4. Shashee said:

    Lil smokies (or meatballs) are always good.

    Make the sweet and sour sauce like this:

    1 can of cranberry sauce
    and
    1 jar of coctail sauce
    Heat until all is smooth and melted
    (You may need to double it depending on how many smokies you are putting in)
    This is also excellent with frozen meatballs (get the “Swedish” kind not the Italian)

    Drop in your lil smokies (or meatballs)
    Heat on high until they are hot
    Turn down to low to stay warm.

    For a dip…

    The ever faithful Rotel dip (w/ or w/out sausage)!!
    Large Block of Velveeta
    2 cans of rotel
    browned sausage (optional)

    Chunk up the cheese first
    Put all ingredients in the crock pot
    Turn on high until all is melted
    Turn on low to keep warm
    Serve with Tortilla chips or Fritos Scoops

  5. KMK said:

    I love to make a chili cheese dip in the crock pot. First turn the crock pot on to high. Cut up one large box of Velveeta cheese into small cubes and put into crock pot (you can buy it cheapest at Wal-Mart if there is one near you). Add in one to two cans (depends on how much you like) of Chili with NO Beans. Stir it up and let it go. I would not stir it for the first hour and then stir every 20-30 mins. You can also add salsa instead of chili to the velveeta. This is always the first thing to go at any of our family gatherings. I hope you have fun at the baby shower!




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