Tangy Brussels Sprout and Cheese Dip

This tangy brussel sprout dip is the perfect #gameday appetizer or after school snack!

Football season is on the horizon as fall is upon us. Everyone is looking for party recipes. This tangy Brussels sprout dip has cheese, and a little bit of ranch dressing. This combination creates a creamy dip that reminds me of the taste of Caesar dressing. The addition of Brussels sprouts makes you feel as thought you are doing something good for yourself! This also makes a great after school snack fo hungry kids and teenagers alike!

If you are searching for other yummy additions for your tailgating party try out Cheesy Bread orĀ Chicken Teriyaki Dip .

Chicken Teriyaki Dip is a delicious new take on a classic chicken recipe. Perfect for your next #gameday party!

This Tangy Brussels Sprout and Cheese Dip is a perfect #gameday appetizer or #afterschool snack!

This tangy brussel sprout dip is the perfect #gameday appetizer or after school snack!
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This dip has sauteed Brussels sprout, cheese, and a touch of ranch dressing. This is a perfect football party appetizer or after school snack.
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5-6 people
Servings
5-6 people
This tangy brussel sprout dip is the perfect #gameday appetizer or after school snack!
Tangy Brussels Sprout and Cheese Dip
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This dip has sauteed Brussels sprout, cheese, and a touch of ranch dressing. This is a perfect football party appetizer or after school snack.
Servings
5-6 people
Servings
5-6 people
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Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Add the olive oil to a medium to large sized pan or skillet. Over medium heat saute the garlic for a minute then add in the brussels sprouts.
  2. Saute the brussels sprouts for about 4 minutes, until they soften. Then add the red wine vinegar and and stir. Add in salt and pepper to taste and stir again. Let them saute for another two minutes. Then remove from heat.
  3. In a large bowl combine the cream cheese, sour cream, ranch, both cheeses, and the brussels sprouts. Mix well to incorporate the ingredients.
  4. Spoon the dip into a lightly greased casserole dish or oven safe cast iron skillet. Bake for about 13 minutes until the top is starting to brown and is bubbly. Serve with Wheat Thins, Pita, or Vegetables!
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