8 Reviews

Love this recipe. I make extra packets of the mix to keep on hand (as other raters suggested). I have even tried using this mix in with burgers and sausage stuffing for stuffed mushroom caps. It gave great flavor to both applications.

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aRc83 June 08, 2011

Excellent, made as written. We tried some of it warmed, but room temp is better. A suggestion: sneak some out and put away to put in mashed potatoes. WOW! This is especially good on Blue Cheese, Walnut ,Port Wine Bread. Reeses, thanks for posting . . . Janet

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Jezski March 28, 2010

This has such a great garlic "bite" to it. I took it to a Superbowl party and it was a big hit! It will definitely keep the vampires at bay! Made for Favorite Recipes of 2009 Tag game.

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Julie F February 08, 2010

We made this for Black Friday, as ex-retail employees we stay home and enjoy not having to work. We absolutely loved this. I used 1 Tbs of Minced garlic, because we love garlic. We added some worcestershire sauce to a small amount we put aside at the request of my BF and it was very tastey too. We will be making this again (today actually...since we are stuck inside due to the weather.) Thanks so much Reeces.

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Digital Girlie December 18, 2009

When I made up the dry ingredients for this, I could already tell that it was something that we would like, so, I set out 8 small bowls and made it 8 times. I put it in those small plastic bags that are used for jewelry, wrote the directions for adding the wet ingredients and stapeled to the bag. I only have one left, so, I'll be making up another batch soon. We loved it with pita chips. Also, I used up a small amount that I had left over by spooning it over hot broccoli. Yum!!

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Beach Tia January 26, 2009

Well..........YUM! I changed a couple things. I can't stand onions so I used dried sliced garlic (that I crushed) insted of the onion flakes. I then used onion powder (which I CAN stand) in place of the garlic powder. So really just a switcharoo. Left out the chives cuz I don't like. I did add some crushed up dried tomato and that adds a nice red fleck to the dip....pretty AND tasty! Everything else just as written. I would think this would be great wrapped inside chicken breast and baked like a Cordon Blue either w/ or w/out ham and would make a yummy sandwich spread too! I think goat cheese would be interesting to try insted of the shredded cheddar sometime too. Even blue cheese would be good! Thanks for sharing!

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JD's K9 Queen January 08, 2009

Fantastic! Can you say Gaahhh-lic? Yummy, I think I could almost finish this off by myself. You gotta love the garlic to try this recipe, and I DO! I don't think any vampires will be coming near me anytime soon. I have already premixed the dry ingredients and put them in a snack size ziploc to have on hand when the craving hits. And it will hit. Thanks for posting! Made for New Kids on the Block tag game.

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TheGrumpyChef January 05, 2009

Reece's Pieces is my sister, and I've tried her Killer Vampire Cheese Spread on two occasions - both times I adored it! I snuck back to grab cracker after cracker loaded with this, and I can't wait to try it on my own... all I need is a good party!

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Meggifer January 01, 2009
Vampire Killer Cheese Spread Mix