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Will Rogers had a saying that he never met a man he didn't like. As for me? I've never met a cheese I didn't like. That's right - cheese and I are on pretty close terms.
I come from a very pro-cheese background. Cheeseburgers, cheesy mac, cheese nachos - they were all staples in my house growing up. And now, as a full-fledged adult, I'm still powerless to the clutches of super a cheesy dish … especially if it's a dip. So naturally, is Mississippi Sin Dip is bad (read: amazing) news.
Growing up, cheesy dips like this were a graduation party, baby shower, and family holiday staple. Probably because they're made with cream cheese, AKA, a unifying food if there ever was one. Come on - who doesn't like cream cheese? The Mississippi name comes from its popularity in the south. As for the sin part? The sinful nature of these cheese explosion is probably self-explanatory ...
If I were to describe this dip to a friend, I'd tell them to picture a hot ham 'n cheese sandwich with a little kick. The hot sauce gives the dip a nice bit of heat, and the green onions give the loaf a zesty pop of color (they also help me feel better about eating crackers dripping with ooey, gooey cheese). As for the bread loaf? It comes out nice and toasty - perfect for dipping. Heck, give it 20 minutes and you'll be ripping that loaf to get to the insides (the soft, creamy part in the middle is the best).
Make this for next party, barbecue, or game day. Your fellow cheese-lovers will thank you.
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