Tex-Mex flavors are a party favorite, and this Super Slow-Cooker Taco Dip is a magnet on the buffet table. In this case, what’s good for the guests is good for the cook, too, since it’s a snap to put together, can be easily adapted for a bigger crowd, and stays nice and warm in the slow cooker.
This recipe was developed using a little 2-quart slow cooker, but you can easily double or triple the recipe and use a larger (4- or 6-quart) slow cooker if you’re expecting more guests. Trust me, you really don’t want to run out of this dip before everybody gets some.
Serve it as specified in the recipe, or, for a more customizable dip (that also holds nicely for a long time), simply heat the bean and cream cheese mixtures in the slow cooker but leave the toppings off. Arrange the toppings in separate dishes for a “toppings bar” and guests can fix their dip the way they like. Consider additional topping ideas such as sliced black olives, salsas and chopped sweet onion. Be sure to have plenty of chips on hand, too, of course!
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