Football Dip Bowl
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This Football Dip Bowl is made with a frozen whole wheat dough that is shaped into a football with a place to hold your favorite queso dip! Make laces with cut up string cheese and you have a fun, football themed party food!
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I don’t always make football food, but when I do, you can betcha it’s going to be awesome!!! This Football Dip Bowl is made with a frozen whole wheat dough that is shaped into a football with a place to hold your favorite queso dip! Make laces with cut up string cheese and you have a fun, football themed party food!
I know the Super Bowl is coming up, and if you read my blog regularly, you know I don’t watch football, haha. BUT I’m a huge fan of any parties involving food, so I’m here to help you have a stunning football dip bowl display!
Football Dip Bowl
- 1 Loaf Rhodes Bread Dough, thawed but still cold
- 1 egg, beaten
- 1 string cheese
- 1 pound lean ground beef, cooked and drained
- 16 ounces Mexican Velveeta
- 10 ounce can diced tomatoes and green chilies
- 4 ounce can diced green chilies
- Cut about 2 inches of dough off the end of loaf. Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray and roll the cut off piece into a 9x12-inch oval. Trim two 1x10-inch strips off the oval and set them aside. Place the oval on sprayed baking sheet and shape into a flat football shape.
- Roll remaining part of loaf into a 12-inch rope. Cut it in half lengthwise. Curve each half into an arch and lay (one on each side) on top of the rolled out oval to form a football shaped bowl. Pinch ends together securely making a point at each end. Lay the one inch strips you set aside over each end of the football to make the stripes. Tuck the ends under the football.
- Brush with beaten egg and let rise 30-45 minutes. Pinch the ends again to make nice points and bake at 350F 30 minutes. Let cool and trim out middle of football to make as much space as desired for your dip. Fill with Queso Dip (recipe below). Make stitching by cutting a string cheese and lay on top of dip. Serve with chips.
- FOR THE QUESO DIP: Cut cheese into cubes and melt in microwave. Add remaining ingredients and stir until well combined. Heat again and serve, with chips, in Football Dip Bowl.
Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g
21 Comments on “Football Dip Bowl”
Oh my gosh this is so fun!
You are so creative! This is such a fun idea!
Oh it was Rhodes recipe, I just re-created it, but it was a lot of fun to do! Thanks anyway Jessica!
This is so fun and adorable! I’m not into football either but I do love the food. This would be such a hit at any game day party!
I think food brings people together, no matter the occasion 🙂
This is so awesome, Amber!!! What a creative and delicious idea!!!
Thank you Brenda! It was fun to make!
I made a dip for ALL my sons high school football team. When they came to our house to watch the replay of their last game and go swimming. Most would stay for dinner. I used gr. beef. 1 pkg taco seasoning Velvetta cheese rotelle tomatoes and a large can of retried beans. In a slow cooker with tortilla chips.
Okay, this is so cute! I’m not in it for the game either, but if the food is this good, I’m there!
I’m so glad to hear there are so many other ladies not into football besides the food. 😉 Thanks Ashley!
This is awesome! I’m not a huge fan of football either, but I’m in love with all the food that goes with it.
Food brings people together, that’s for sure!
Now this is by far the best Superbowl recipe I’ve seen! The football bowl looks perfect and the string cheese for the laces is too cute. This would go over so well at our party, I may have to give this a try!
Oh, you’re sweet! Luckily Rhodes supplied me with the idea, because I am not typically that creative on my own.
You are so stinking creative!!!!
Well, Rhodes provided me with the idea this time, but it did turn out quite cute! Thanks Rhonda!
This is amazing, Amber! Forget the chips. I want to tear the bread off and dip it into that queso dip!! My stomach literally just growled for this.
I know right?! Why use chips when the bread is right there?
When I saw a photo of this dip on FB the other day, pretty much all I could think was DANG! I wanna be that creative! This is seriously SO cool, Amber! My football-lovin’ brothers would be all over this dip bowl!
You all are giving me way too much credit! Rhodes gave me the recipe, all I did was re-create it for them. 🙂 It is fun though!