What’s Cookin’ – Hot Cheesy Bean Dip

Everyone loves my Buffalo Chicken Dip, but My Baby, the Band Geek, loves my Hot Cheesy Bean Dip with tortilla chips the best of all.

It’s an older recipe from one of my many organization cookbooks.  Even if you don’t like refried beans, you will like this dish.  If you like it spicy, add more hot sauce!

Hot Cheesy Bean Dip ingredients.

Preheat your oven to 350° F.  Throw everything, except the grated cheese, into a large bowl and mix it together.

If you like things a little spicier, add a little more hot sauce.  It’s safe to taste test the mixture to determine if it’s hot enough for your taste.

Divide evenly between two 8-inch glass pie plates or quiche pans.

Here is the beauty of this little recipe.  At this point, you can cover one of the dishes and put it into the freezer for later.

Immediately prior to baking, spread 1/2 cup of each of the two cheeses over the top of the mixture.  Put into your preheated oven and bake for 30 to 40 minutes.

We like ours a little more browned and crispy around the edges so we bake it a little longer.  If you are baking one directly from the freezer, add the cheese, and put it into a preheated oven.  Bake as directed but add about 10 minutes to the overall baking time.

Ready to eat with some nice, crunchy tortilla chips.

Yummy!

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