For day 9 of 25 Days of Recipes I have a very special guest...please welcome my bestie and older sister, Bonny! You've heard a lot about her already in past recipes, she is the source of a lot of my recipes. Bonny is probably the most amazing sister anyone could ask for. Just ask any of my friends out here in Utah, they all probably feel like they know her personally just b/c I talk about her non-stop...not joking. She's so talented, anything she touches turns to gold! She's one of those sisters you look up to, you strive to be just like, and you want to be around all the time. I miss, more than anything, having my sister near by...I miss her so much (she's in GA). Let me share just one little story about her that I'll never forget. I was visiting her one time and my youngest, Connor, had a huge blowout (you know he was a pretty young baby...think about it). I got all upset, tried to find stuff to clean him up w/. Without even thinking Bonny grabs him, puts him in her bathtub and cleans him off. By the time I walk in the bathroom to see what she's doing, I find her cleaning out his clothes and he's already cleaned off! She did this all w/ a huge smile ya'll! Now that's true love, either for me or the little guy, I don't know...but either way...she's the best!
Take it Away Bonny:
Hi!! My name is Bonny and I'm Brittany's sister! I have a 6 year old, a 4 year old and a 1 year old and I'm lucky enough to be a stay at home Mom. I love crafting, cooking, painting, swimming, shopping, and I'm obsessed with ribbon and learning how to make new bows! I make and sell bows on the side.. I have a Bow Blog called Bonny Blue Bows and an Etsy Shop (I just started it so it's not quite ready yet, but you can still check it out if you want.) Anyways, on to why I am here!! I'm so excited to share this recipe with you! It is sooo easy! I am not a big sausage fan, but I went to a friends birthday party and tried this dip, it was so good I couldn't get enough of it! You will be amazed at how easy it is and it's the perfect dip to serve at parties! I know whenever I do, it just disappears!
Cheesy Sausage Rotel Dip
Here are the ingredients: (I halved the recipe because I was making it for just my family)
In a frying pan, brown the sausage
Add the cream cheese (cut into cubes) and the 2 cans of Rotel. Stir.
Heat until boiling and the cheese is melted.
Serve. (I usually serve it in a small crock pot to keep it warm)
Cheesy Sausage Rotel Dip
2 pork sausage rolls (you can use hot to add a little spice or mild if you you don't like the heat)
2 8 oz packages of Cream cheese
2 cans of Rotel
Brown the sausage, add the cheese and Rotel. Mix together and heat until boiling and melted. Serve in crock pot to keep warm. ENJOY!!