This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cacique®. All opinions are entirely my own.
If you’ve been stressed about throwing together a delicious Game Night party, I’m here to tell you to stress no more. Cacique® has you covered. Whether you’re throwing together a huge party or a small shindig, the kitchen-panic is a thing of the past thanks to Cacique’s luscious, new Jalapeño Queso!
If you’ve never heard of Cacique, it’s quite possible you’ve been living under a rock. They’re a leading brand of authentic Hispanic foods including Mexican cheeses, yogurts, cremas, and chorizos. And that’s in addition to their newest products like fully cooked chorizos and, of course, the Mexican-Style Queso Dip that’s the star of my game night get-together.
The best part? All you need is a microwave, a few bags of your favorite tortilla chips, maybe some pork rinds or crunchy veggies and voila — you’ve got hot, creamy, authentic Mexican Queso and the perfect little utensils to scoop it all up. You can get really creative with these quesos, adding in some cremas, cilantro, onions, etc. Lay out a spread so that your guests can customize each bite.
They offer so many products, but I am really loving this queso. The first ingredient is Queso Fresco blended with other fresh, high-quality ingredients and no artificial preservatives so you know it’s good! My favorite right now is definitely the jalapeño, but it also comes in Queso Blanco, Southwestern, and Chipotle. Whether it’s the queso dip or any of Cacique’s other authentic products, it’s really hard to stop at just one — so I highly recommend you grab as many as you can when throwing together your next party.
Game Night with Cacique®
- Total Time: 7 minutes
- Yield: serves a small gathering
- 1 container Cacique Queso Dip
- Assortment of chips, pork rinds, crunchy vegetables, etc.
- Heat the Cacique Queso Dip according to package directions, stirring occasionally until completely smooth and heated through.
- Serve immediately with chips and/or veggies and any other toppings you like. Reheat as needed. Refrigerate any leftovers.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 2 minutes
- Category: Appetizers
- Method: Microwave
- Cuisine: Mexican
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