FRANK'S® SWEET CHILI CREAM CHEESE DIP

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 FRANK'S® SWEET CHILI CREAM CHEESE DIP
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Servings: 10 Servings, 2 Tablespoons each

Prep Time: 5

Cook Time: 0

INGREDIENTS:

1 pkg. (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese

1 cup FRANK'S® RedHot Sweet Chili® Sauce

DIRECTIONS:

PLACE Cream cheese on serving dish.

POUR FRANK'S® RedHot Sweet Chili® Sauce evenly over cream cheese.

Serve with crackers, chips or vegetables.

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FRANK'S Sweet Chili Cream Cheese Dip Nutritional amount per 2 Tbsp. serving: 120 Calories, 7g Fat, 3.5g Saturated Fat, 1g Protein, 15g Carbohydrates, 0g Dietary Fiber, 13g Sugar, 25g Cholesterol, 460 mg Sodium.

Reviews

Reviewed on 03/25/2014
So easy and so awesome, entire family loves it!!

Edward K.

Reviewed on 12/04/2013
I love an easy recipe and this is as easy as it gets!!! How many dishes can I possibly mess up? Right now my dishwasher has gone on the "fritz" (got up this morning and water all over the floor) and my holiday cooking started... My cooking time and dishwashing time is very limited (my husband has pancreatic cancer and there is zero "0" spare time at this house!) so, this sounds like me all over. Cannot wait to take this to a get together if we are able to attend... Thanks for sharing. Look forward me sharing. Blessings.

judy c.

Reviewed on 08/18/2013
This is an excellent dip. It is super easy to make!

Nancy W.

Reviewed on 04/04/2013
This is my new favorite snack. I use tortilla chips as the dipper. I also soften the cream cheese in the microwave for just a few seconds so it is easier to dip. This has lots of flavor and is delicious!

Lisa C.

Reviewed on 03/27/2013
While I love me some Frank's RedHot, I can't understand this recipe. Basically you're telling me to mix succotash and chili sauce together and pour it over a brick of cream cheese. That isn't a dip, that's a fat guy's nightmare.

William M.

Reviewed on 01/31/2013
I can't review the product itself so I'll review this recipe. Frank's RedHot Sweet Chili sauce is NOT AT ALL spicy, and I tried it straight from the bottle (and shook it up, and tried it again...) Those bits of pepper you see in there must be bell peppers or something similar as even they are not hot.

Barbara H.

Reviewed on 10/01/2012
Tried this recipe this weekend due to drop in guest - SO GOOD. It was quick, cheep, and enjoyed by all. Can't wait to try this on chicken and fish.

Terri C.