Frito Lay’s Taste From Home Recipe Contest & Giveaway!

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I love Frito Lay, and I love queso. So…I made a wonderful queso recipe with Frito Lay’s Tostitos Scoops tortilla chips for my mother’s 50th birthday party yesterday!

Can you say “divine?” Because they were!

I love this recipe because it reminds me of my friends and family at many of our gatherings. I love to entertain, and this is one of those dishes that is so quick and easy to whip up that it’s become a staple!

The first time I had this queso was at my friend’s house for a Sunday Fun-day pool party – a friend brought it and I just fell in love with it. I love cheese. I love sausage.  I love Tostitos…so of course I love this dish! I’ve made it for my husband’s birthday party, my mother’s birthday party, and have had it on more than one occasion at the same friend’s house where I first discovered it.

This queso dish, to me, has become a symbol of good times.

Recipe:

1 16 oz block of Velveeta cheese product, cubed

1 10 ounce can of Rotel tomatoes and green chilis – do not drain

1 12 ounce tube of Jimmy Dean regular sausage, browned and grease drained

Instructions:

Cube Velveeta and place into a crock pot and turn on high heat (leave it on high for 30 minutes to melt the cheese)

Next brown the sausage completely and then drain the grease.

After it is drained, pour the sausage into the crock pot with the Velveeta and add the Rotel. Turn the crock pot heat to low and cover, stirring every 10 minutes for about 30 minutes.

Stir, stir, stir! After 30 minutes, it should look like this…

And then…pour it over Frito Lay Tostitos Scoops tortilla chips!

Lay’s has a bunch of new flavors on the market now – they are all Regional Flavors for the different regions in the U. S.  I am so excited to try them! These chips were all inspired by popular American regional cuisine and include:

    • Northeastern U.S. – Lay’s Honey Mustard
    • Midwestern U.S. – Lay’s Creamy Garden Ranch
    • Northwestern U.S. – Lay’s Balsamic Sweet Onion
    • Southwestern U.S. – Lay’s Chipotle Ranch
    • Southeastern U.S. – Lay’s Cajun Herb & Spice
I can’t wait to try the Lay’s Honey Mustard and the Lay’s Chipotle Ranch!
All of the Lay’s Regional Flavored potato chips are made with all natural ingredients, and are cooked in healthier oils so they contain 0 grams of trans fats per serving!
There’s also less sodium in them than you might think – a 1-oz serving of our Lay’s Regional Flavored potato chips contains less salt than a plain bagel!

Lay’s is sponsoring a giveaway! Hooray!

One lucky reader will receive a variety pack of Lay’s Regional Flavors potato chips! Just leave a comment below with your favorite Frito Lay product!

Contest ends 8/28 at midnight. Open to US residents 18+.

 

*This blog post is my entry into the Frito Lay Taste of Home contest. 

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Comments

  1. Robb says

    I make a dip ALMOST exactly like that except instead of the pork sausage I use ground meat with Taco Seasoning (usually McCormicks Hot) and use either Frito Lay Tostitos Scoops or Fritos Scoops.

    Also works good mixed in with a salad

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