When it comes to making appetizers that everyone loves, you can’t really go wrong with dips.
And these Crockpot dip recipes are some of my favorites.
Making dips isn’t usually difficult anyway, but the process is even simpler when you can toss all of your ingredients into a Crockpot and let it do all the work.
Fortunately, that’s all you’ll have to do for most of these 25 Crockpot dip recipes, and there’s a lot of variety from which to choose.
So if you’re looking for an easy-to-make, delicious dip recipe (sweet, savory, or spicy), this list has you covered, from appetizers to desserts!
If you want to ensure your spinach artichoke dip is as smooth, creamy, and flavorful as it can be, make it in your Crockpot.
It’s so cheesy and garlicky, and it has the best taste and consistency. Plus, it won’t take you more than 10 minutes to get it ready for the slow cooker.
Serve it with your favorite chips or veggies for dipping, and don’t count on having any leftovers.
This four-ingredient dip takes 5 minutes to prepare and another hour and a half to cook, but you don’t have to put in much work.
Simply add the Rotel (or a Rotel substitute), cheese, and chili to the Crockpot.
Then, scatter some chili powder over the top and stir gently until things are blended nicely.
Let the Crockpot do its thing, and in less than 2 hours, you’ll enjoy a spicy, south-of-the-border dip that tastes fantastic on warm, oven-baked tortilla chips.
3. Hot Crab Dip
This dip is cheesy, garlicky, and packed with crabby, umami flavor. It only takes 30 minutes to make, and you’ll want to serve it as hot as you can get it.
Just be sure to give your guests a warning, as this dip is melt-in-your-mouth good, but if you bite into it too quickly, it might actually melt your mouth.
You can have this five-ingredient buffalo chicken dip in the Crockpot in just 10 minutes, though it’ll take another 4 hours to cook.
All you’ll need is shredded cooked chicken breast, cream cheese, buffalo sauce, ranch dressing, and cheddar cheese.
It’s gooey, zesty, and full of chicken and cheese.
If you like the idea of a thick, hearty dip full of shredded chicken but aren’t a fan of buffalo sauce, try this Crockpot chicken enchilada dip instead.
You’ll make it with chicken breasts, enchilada sauce, corn, black beans, green chiles, salsa, and sharp cheddar, with sour cream and cilantro toppings.
It tastes like a delicious plate you pulled together at your favorite Mexican buffet, and it’ll keep you full for hours, no follow-up meal needed.
This one is pretty much a standard no matter where in the world you live. Just about everyone has a recipe for cheesy Crockpot sausage Rotel dip.
Of all the recipes out there for it, this one is one of the best. (I love it because it calls for fresh chives, and chives make all things better!)
Aside from the chives, though, this is the same hearty, chunky sausage Rotel dip you know and love.
Just one look at this picture is all you need to know this isn’t like that hit-or-miss bean dip you buy in a can from Walmart. This dip is the real deal.
You’ll make it with sour cream, refried beans, cream cheese, taco seasoning, Mexican shredded cheese, and your favorite salsa.
You can also top it with green or white onions, tomatoes, chives, guacamole, and anything else you like.
Honestly, there’s so much going on in this dip that you could almost call it taco salad.
This dip is precisely what it claims to be – spicy, creamy, and full of corn. It’s also mouth-wateringly delectable and has a lot more in it than just corn.
There’s also bacon, jalapenos, four types of cheese, green onions, and more!
If you love corn and cheese and don’t mind a bit of heat, this dip is the one for you.
This dip is so good that it’ll have you using that corny, “It’s nacho (“not yo”) dip!” line to keep from sharing when anyone reaches for it.
Packed with ground beef, taco seasoning, sweet onions, diced green chiles, chunky salsa, and Velveeta, it practically has everything you could want in a tasty plate of nachos.
And anything it’s missing – guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo, etc. – you can add to the top once it’s ready to serve.
If all you know about pimento cheese dip is that you can use it to make cold pimento cheese sandwiches, get ready to have your mind blown.
This hot pimento cheese dip is so much better.
(And that’s coming from someone who loves cold pimento cheese!)
It’s easy to make, taking only 10 minutes and fewer than 10 ingredients to prepare and another hour to cook.
It’s cheesy, of course, but there’s some spice and a bold kick of Worcestershire sauce, as well. And did I mention the bacon? Oh yes, this stuff is super yummy.
Honestly, this chunky, filling dip is less like dip and more like a taco with everything but the shell.
You’ll make it with ground beef, onions, poblanos, jalapenos, beef broth, cornstarch, taco seasoning, diced tomatoes, green chiles, and Mexican blend cheese.
Then, you’ll top it off with olives, fresh cilantro, and more diced tomatoes! If that’s not a shell-less taco, I don’t know what is!
Now, let’s change gears for a second and talk about something a bit sweeter – Crockpot caramel dip.
It’s warm, gooey, sticky caramel. It doesn’t need anything flashy or extra because it’s perfect just as it is.
Use it as a dipping sauce for fruit slices, cookies, or anything else you like.
Just don’t get caught licking the bowl when it’s all gone.
If you’re looking for a sweet dip that’s even more appropriate for fall, try this caramel apple pie dip instead.
It’s similar to the caramel dip, but it includes diced apples and more spices.
Thanks to the cinnamon and nutmeg, your house will smell phenomenal the entire time this decadent dip is cooking.
You can whip up this delicious, creamy beer cheese dip with only four ingredients (plus salt and pepper) in just 5 minutes, though it’ll take longer to warm up in the Crockpot.
Unlike most beer cheese, you won’t add garlic to this one (though you can if you prefer). Instead, it gets most of its oomph from the lager and Dijon mustard.
It’s still just as rich and complex as any other variety you’ve had, though.
If you love jalapeno poppers, then you’ll also enjoy this spicy, cheesy, and chunky dip.
Imagine you accidentally cooked your poppers too long, and instead of burning, they just exploded into a big mess all over the plate.
That’s pretty much exactly what this dip is.
This dip is so thick and creamy that it’s almost more like a soft cheese ball than a true dip.
Plus, it has huge chunks of cooked shrimp in it, giving you a delightful burst of seafood flavor in every bite.
It’s easy to make, requiring only six ingredients and about 10 minutes of prep work.
If you’re a fan of cream cheese and shrimp, this dip will quickly rise to the top of your favorites list.
I’m not sure I’ve ever met anyone who didn’t love a good, hot bowl of queso, so this Crockpot queso dip is sure to be a crowd-pleaser no matter where you take it.
You’ll make it with white American block cheese, yellow American block cheese, Velveeta queso blanco, and shredded Mexican blend cheese.
Is it any surprise that it’s so supremely cheesy?
You’ll also add lime juice, fire-roasted tomatoes with green chiles, cilantro, onions, jalapeno peppers, and more.
It’s spicy and has a ton of great chili-cheese dip flavor from all those extra ingredients.
This messy, gooey marshmallow and chocolate concoction may look a little strange, but dip a graham cracker into it and take a bite.
You won’t care how it looks after that.
Ultimate pizza dip is just like a meat lover’s pizza without the crust. It’s cheesy and meaty, just like every good pizza should be.
It combines mozzarella, parmesan, and cream cheeses with Italian dressing, Italian sausage, pizza sauce, and mini-pepperoni.
Set it out with some buttery, crispy garlic bread for dipping, and watch as it disappears so fast that it’s almost like magic.
Here’s another excellent dip to serve with garlic bread – Crockpot lasagna dip.
It tastes just like lasagna – ground beef, ricotta, tomato sauce, herbs, and all – and even has some lasagna noodles in it!
It’s thick and cheesy, and it’ll fill you up so thoroughly that you won’t need to eat anything after it for dinner.
I’ve given you options for shrimp dip and crab dip, but what if you don’t want to choose between your favorite seafood options?
Then don’t! Make this lobster, shrimp, and crab dip instead.
It contains all three ingredients – and scallops – for a massive burst of umami flavor in every bite.
There’s also cream of celery soup, cheese, paprika, cayenne pepper, and more.
It’s undoubtedly one of the most flavor-packed dips on the list.
Cheese. Bacon. And ranch.
Seriously? Do I need to add anything else? It’s truly a trifecta of awesomeness, and it’s good till the last bite.
This jalapeno corn dip is so creamy, cheesy, spicy, and chunky that you’ll be tempted to eat it as a standalone side dish without dipping anything into it.
It combines bacon, corn, jalapenos, sour cream, pepper Jack cheese, parmesan cheese, cream cheese, pepper, and chives.
It’s almost like a warm version of shoe peg corn salad.
If you needed just one more Mexican-themed Crockpot dip in your arsenal, I decided to give you my favorite recipe for Texas trash.
It features the rich, robust flavors of ground beef, refried beans, Colby Jack cheese, fire-roasted green chiles, cream cheese, sour cream, taco seasoning, olives, and salsa.
It may seem like having so many bold flavors together would be a recipe for a sensory overload disaster, but in fact, they all compliment each other perfectly.
25. Cowboy Crack Dip
It’s cheesy; it’s meaty; it’s velvety smooth and creamy. What more could you want out of a dip that takes only 10 minutes and five ingredients to prepare?
All you’ll need to make it is cream cheese, spicy sausage (cooked), cheddar cheese, corn, and Rotel. It’s a simple, flavorful dip that just about everyone will adore.
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