Cartoons and Dip

Recently, I thought my life had become one of Peas and Cougars cartoons. The husb and I were prepping food for our commercial watching party and I thought his dip would be a great subject. Little did I know that he would create something even better.

As soon as I asked to take step by step pictures he posted up. Husb does not want to be character in my blog and would not willingly pose for pictures. Side note: I only wanted pictures of the food. I found his dismay really funny and he found my enjoyment to me more like Spousal “Abuse”. I got my pictures and a story too, sorry Husb the more you protest the more I want to do it.

On to the dip! While in college Husb learned a great, fattening recipe from a college friend. Stoner Dip. He makes it for most parties and even though it looks pretty gross, we never have leftovers.


  • cream cheese
  • chili, we prefer no beans
  • shredded cheese, mixed is best
cream cheese, chili, shredded cheese
For some reason he was adamant about hiding the labels.

We usually split the ingredients in two smaller baking dishes. That way it does have a chance to get cold and it is always fun to pop out a new hot dish when the first one is empty

Cream Cheese
Step 1: Spread the cream cheese on the bottom of the dish.
add the chili
Step 2: Add the chili and spread it out on top of the cream cheese
Sprinkle the cheese
Step 3: Cover with Shredded Cheese

Next, you pop this baby in oven at 350* for 15 minutes or until the cheese is melted.

Once you take the dip out of the oven remember it will be piping hot so dig in with caution.

I apologize for the lack of after photos, but we were so excited to eat it, I completely forgot.



18 thoughts on “Cartoons and Dip

  1. A good ‘go-to’ dip is necessary for a party. And although the ingredients are not so healthy, I bet you could make a slightly healthier version but using lite cream cheese mixed with non-fat Greek yogurt, and a home made chili which has way less sodium than the canned stuff. Don’t skim on the cheese…low fat cheese sucks.

  2. That is so funny that your husband doesn’t want to be a character in your blog! He sounds like he would be the source of some great material. And how funny that you were so excited to eat your dip that you forgot to take photos! I imagine this dip is just wonderful with corn chips because it must be a bit like eating nachos?

  3. LOL! Firstly, I find it awesome that you refer to your husband and “husb” You automatically receive 10 cool points. (These are redeemable everywhere but Forever 21, which has the worst return/exchange policy EVER.) Secondly, YUM! I will be adding this to my Pinterest!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Wonderful to have a new face around šŸ™‚

    1. *Ahem*

      I’m sure you’ve no doubt recognized it as a typo; however, I had to redeem myself and make sure you knew I meant “. . . refer to your husband *as husb.”

      Typos: shards of glass in my writer’s ego.

  4. My mom and I have been making something similar for years! We use salsa instead of chili, but the effect is the same. The tastes just go so well together. Now you’re making me want to whip some up again.

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