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This dip is really colorful and delicious. I used regular velveeta and hot Jimmy Dean sausage vs. chorizo because I find chorizo a bit too greasy. Loved the idea of the broccoli - makes you think it is low cal. Made this dish for the Tailgating tag, September, 2011.

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Nancy's Pantry September 16, 2011

My husband loved this more than the traditional version using chili. I'll definitely make this again, but next time I'll add a lot more chorizo to make it more meaty (we love it). I didn't include the broccoli as my hubby isn't a fan. Definitely a keeper!

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lmaiorana August 10, 2008

I made this this weekend as part of a Halloween party for my son's baseball team, it was a total hit! I have made it before with just the meat and tomatoes, no broccoli, but used the broccoli and it disappeared even faster than it usually does. I don't know why I'm surprised, broccoli and cheese sauces go together like pb & j! I used half chorizo, half ground beef, and I think next time I will try it with canned chili, but the presentation of the bread bowl filled with this was definitely a hit. Thanks!

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copper_pen October 25, 2007

This is standard football and comfort fare for us, HOWEVER - no one I know anywhere (I'm from the south - that's probably why) adds BROCCOLI to their velveeta cheese dip. Somehow, that just is wrong to me, but the rest of it is fantastic!!!!

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JanetSmith154 October 22, 2007
Slow Cooker Super Bowl Spicy Velveeta Dip