Game Time!

Are you ready for some footbaaaalll?!     With the Super Bowl just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to test drive a dip that would be perfect for the big game. 

I’m participating in the Book of Yum’s “Adopt a Gluten-free Blogger” January edition and decided to make something from one of my all time favorite food bloggers — Stephanie O’Dea.  You know who she is, right?  She’s the one who decided to make somthing in her crockpot every day for a year and write about it.   She got a book deal out of it in the end.  And appeared on Rachel Ray and Good Morning America — twice!  Pretty cool, huh?

What’s really, really cool is that all her recipes are gluten-free!  One of her munchkins can’t eat gluten so she makes all of her creations gluten-free.  And she talks about gluten when she’s on TV — woo hoo Stephanie!

So what’d I make?  I made the very-not-good-for-you-but-insanely-yummy-and-perfect-for-the-big-game Crockpot Cream Cheese Sausage and Rotel dip

Just a few simple ingredients for this one — cream cheese, spicy sausage, tomatoes and green chilis (or Rotel in a can).

Add my all time favorite tortilla chip — Juanitas’s, made local here just up the road in Hood River.

And you’re all ready for game day!

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2 responses to “Game Time!

  1. YUM! I think we’re making this for the super bowl, too! I’m so glad you enjoyed the dip. Thank you for your sweet words—I had an absolute ball with this project and am so happy to help busy and gluten-free families in any way I can.

    xoxo steph

  2. Pingback: Adopt a gluten-free blogger roundup: Jan 2010 | Book of Yum

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