Now my readers know that they can nibble for days before the guests even come. Lager, pilsners, and lighter beers make a slightly sweet, mild dip. Summary: This creamy Beer Dip recipe is perfect with pretzels or scoops. Serve immediately with crackers, pretzels, or fresh vegetables for dipping. perfect for superbowl & all the other days in between! Dry ranch dressing mix: Make your own dry ranch seasoning, or buy the packet at the store. You can serve this dip with a ton of different dippers. Feel free to mix by hand.... you will burn many more calories, which means you can eat more beer dip . Required fields are marked *. why did I find you AFTER I started this ridiculous diet?! you will burn many more calories, which means you can eat more beer dip Start by placing the 2 bricks of cream cheese in your mixing bowl. Learn how your comment data is processed. Oh well, no party has to be perfect to be wonderful. Ranch Cheddar Beer Dip is super easy to pull together. I am living in Japan and want to make this for a party but don’t think there is any ranch seasoning in the stores. It might get a little greasy though. It is thick enough for a platter, BUT it kind of needs an edge of a pan to scoop the chips against, if that makes sense. I work for a rafting company, and every Friday night we do family dinner….I made this dip and everyone loved it!!!! introduced me to this dip. Ok call me dense but when you say 1 package of Ranch are you referring to the premade bottle of ranch dressing or the packet of dried ranch mix? If you love beer, cheese, and the flavor of ranch, then this easy to make chilled BEER CHEESE RANCH DIP should be the game day appetizer you make! what do you suggest for temp and cook time?? Sorry for not clarifying. Does one type of beer seem to work better than another? Family Fresh Meals is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites. Learn how your comment data is processed. Start by placing the 2 bricks of cream cheese in your mixing bowl. Thanks for the great recipe! Dumb question… Since you don’t heat this up, is it ok for kids to eat?? This dip is super delicious . All three times were delicious! I used an electric stand mixer to mix up the dip. I made this dip Monday for Christmas yesterday, and I have a good amount left over. Maybe I need to make sure and name a brand as that could possibly affect the taste some. I messed something up as mine is super runny and I only put in 1/3 of a can of beer! BEER DIP! It’s a combination of two types of cheese and beer, so you have all your basic Wisconsin food groups there. So, you put 1/2 cup of cheese in the dip and 1 1/2 cups on top? I used an electric stand mixer to mix  up the dip. I can hardly wait to try this. . I keep forgetting to try it with the mix of cream cheese and sour cream, I’ve only done it with just cream cheese. The ranch seasoning is a super easy way to add some great flavor. Mix cream cheese, sour cream, dressing, and beer til you reach your desired creamy consistency. I know so many questions are annoying, but I would REALLY like to try this dip =). Saved by Kim Berly. Refrigerated overnight to let the flavors marinade or at least 3 hours before. It’s a perfect pairing with pretzels or Frito scoops and is always a hit at any party. Store tightly covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Thank you sooooooooooo very much!! I wonder if you can bake this…warm dip for those cold Wisconsin winters. Hi Linda, in our old recipe card, and of the 0’s got changed to 1’s by mistake. Beer: You don't even need a whole bottle, so use your favorite. So excited to try it. Whether you use pretzels, pita chips or tortilla chips, it’d be a win! plus updates on new recipes, DIY tricks, frugal finds, and more! 8. I add bacon and red onions to mine . Did I mention how simple this bad boy is to make! It’s completely addicting, and makes a huge amount for any get-together. The dip was excellent, a lovely melted cheese/ beer flavor that had been enhanced by “baking”. I just want to swing by and say I’ve made this a few days in advance and it was just as good as when I make it a night before. 2 - 8 oz. I don’t know if you taught your mom how to cook or if she taught you, but both of you are awesome cooks! As soon as I get home I am going to make this!! Good, but it’s hard to mess anything up when you’re starting out with cream cheese and ranch seasoning. I went to a school in Great Lakes, IL and there was a guy in my class who was from Wisconsin. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I had plans to use the leftover to stuff panko breaded chicken… but there wasn’t any left. I can’t wait to try this. The spicy chicken dip recipe that I have (which is extremely similar to this) gets heated in the microwave for a few minutes, then 1-minute increments, until it is bubbly around the edges. Tips & Notes: We like Hidden Valley products in our house, but take note that the seasoning and salad dressing … We all loved it and I will definitely make it again!!! Keep an eye on your inbox for updates. Can’t wait to try it out. Thanks!! This go-to appetizer is a guaranteed hit at any party! I made this dip for Super Bowl this year, and it was SO good. No cooking required. Can never have too many good dip recipes!! hi Lisa – after your take it out of the fridge, but either way would be fine, since any kind of cheese in dip is all around good. And serve! I would put it in a pie pan or casserole dish. Oh no, I am so sorry you didn’t like it. Heather – this is something you can’t mess up. This is not a traditional beer cheese recipe, and I’m not sure that the beer really adds anything to the overall flavor – sort of an afterthought to a classic party dip mix. I actually make this ALL the time – it is alway a requested dip I bring to parties : ) Everyone always LOVES it. This is a cold dip. I am trying to think through what else you could use. I assumed it was heated when I first saw it.