25Jan2016Big Mac Chip Dip Jump to Recipe Print Recipe This dip tastes just like that famous cheeseburger – even with special sauce! This is a perfect recipe for any party you have coming up! Where you in the path of Jonas this weekend? Here in central PA, we officially received about 30 inches of snow at the end of the blizzard last night. I’ve seen a good amount of snow storms in my 32 years, but I have to say – this was the windiest blizzard I ever remember! Paul went out with the boys in the middle of it on Saturday to at least try and shovel the sidewalk in front of our house. I think he made it about 5 minutes before he realized the area he had just shoveled was already being covered over by the wind blowing snow right back over the walkway. The boys lasted about 5 minutes and then said they were too cold and came back in.And then yesterday was the great dig out! I think our neighborhood’s snow plow only came through our development once, and unfortunately left about a car’s length of snow behind everyone’s car. It took Paul about 3 hours to just get to the bumper of our car. Then he tagged me in and it took me another hour and a half to dig out the passenger side of the car. He crawled through to the driver’s side and was able to pull the car out. The main problem was where to put all this snow! We decided to sacrifice our Jetta and piled the car high with shoveled snow. I don’t think that car will be usable until spring, HA! Actually, I’m hoping with the warmer, rainy weather they’re calling for tomorrow will melt a good bit of it and let us shovel it out. We can hold out hope! I’m proud to say I stocked up and we had PLENTY of food to eat during our snow-cation. I whipped up this Big Mac Chip Dip while Paul and the boys were outside, and they were THRILLED to have this to snack on when they came in, famished. It tastes pretty darn close to the real deal – this is a great recipe to have on hand for your Super Bowl party coming up soon! Recipe Print Big Mac Chip DipThis dip tastes just like that famous cheeseburger - even with special sauce! This is a perfect recipe for any party you have coming up! Author: Kelly Miller Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 25 minutes Course: Appetizer Cuisine: American Keyword: big mac chip dip, big mac dip Servings: 8 servingsDid you make this recipe? Leave a review Ingredients 1 lb ground beef 1 tbsp dried minced onion 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 1/2 lbs Velveeta cubed 1/2 cup real bacon pieces 2 Roma tomatoes seeded and diced Thousand Island Dressing tortilla chipsInstructionsBrown ground beef in a deep skillet, drain, and return to pan.Stir in dried minced onion and Worcestershire sauce and simmer over low heat for 2 minutes.Add in cubed Velveeta and cook over medium low heat, stirring occasionally, until cheese is melted and smooth.Remove from heat and stir in bacon pieces and tomatoes.Transfer to serving bowl and drizzle Thousand Island dressing over top. Serve warm with tortilla chips.NutritionCalories: 372kcalFat: 22gSaturated fat: 11gCholesterol: 82mgSodium: 1523mgPotassium: 540mgCarbohydrates: 11gSugar: 8gProtein: 29gVitamin A: 19.3%Vitamin C: 3.4%Calcium: 50.3%Iron: 7.8% Did you make this recipe? Tag @MostlyHomemadeMom on Instagram and hashtag it #MostlyHomemadeMom This dip thickens up considerably as it cools, so keep it on low in a Crockpot for parties – it’s SO GOOD!