Dig into this delicious 3 ingredient dip and your guests will be so happy you made them Crock-Pot Sausage Dip! A perfect dip with chips for any occasion!
Slow Cooker Sausage Dip
I am always looking for something to make in the slow cooker for family events or just for my kids and the neighbor kids to snack on after school.
I ran across this easy recipe for a 3 ingredient Sausage dip that I had all the ingredients on hand. Feeding a few extra kids with items on hand is always a plus!
The recipe is simple…you just brown the sausage in a frying pan and then drain the drippings. And then add the cooked sausage, cream cheese and Ro-tel tomatoes to the slow cooker and turn it on LOW to cook.
I used regular pork sausage that I got from the meat counter but you could easily use the roll sausage. Like hot and spicy? Get the sausage that has more of a “bite” to it!
I will say that I like spicy, and the Ro-tel added just enough spice to it for me.
Set out a bowl of tortilla chips and let everyone dip right into this warm and cheesy dip.
Super easy and delicious 3 ingredient dip!!
Check out these slow cooker dips too!
- Slow Cooker Crab Rangoon Dip + Video
- Crock-Pot Velveeta Queso Dip
- Slow Cooker Warm Spinach Dip + Video
- Crock-Pot Tamale Dip
- Slow Cooker Queso Blanco Dip + Video
Crock-Pot Sausage Dip Recipe
- 1 Pound Pork Sausage
- 16 Ounces Cream Cheese (Cubed)
- 20 Ounces Canned Diced Tomatoes With Green Chilies
- In a large skillet on the stove-top brown and crumble the sausage until cooked through. Drain off the excess cooking fat.
- Add the cooked sausage, cream cheese and tomatoes to a 3 to 4 quart slow cooker.
- Cover and cook on LOW for 2 hours. Stir.
- Serve and enjoy with your favorite chips.
I am assuming you do not drain the tomatos?
Lady Katie says
No do not drain the tomatoes. Dump the entire contents in the crock-pot. It will look kind of watery at first, but once it is heated, it has a very good consistency.
I am making this again today. My neighbor really loved the dip and it is his payment for mowing my lawn!!
It would be a a lot faster to just use a pan on the stove.
Crock-Pot Ladies says
It probably would Don, but this is a slow cooker recipe blog so what would be the fun in that?
Plus the slow cooker allows you to keep your dip warm while you are serving it to your party guests.