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California Cheesesteak Dip

This past weekend I had some friends and family over for an impromptu get-together. It wasn’t really planned but after a good morning workout, we all ended back up at my house. I had already planned on making California Cheesesteak Dip for us, so having a few more people to help us finish off the dish was perfect!

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

There was no way my family of five would have been able to make much of a dent into the California Cheesesteak Dip, but with a party of 16, we were able to finish it off like champs!

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

There was so much good happening in that 8″ x 8″ Pyrex dish Saturday.

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

This California Cheesesteak Dip is actually pretty easy to make, which is always a bonus in my book. Easy recipes are my thing, y’all.

California Cheesesteak Dip

California Cheesesteak Dip
 
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Recipe type: Appetiser
Serves: 8 cups
Ingredients
  • 1 jar (15 oz.) alfredo sauce
  • 1 brick (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened
  • 1 envelope Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Soup Mix (coupon available)
  • 1 lb. thick-sliced deli roast beef, cut in bite-sized pieces
  • 9 slices thinly sliced provolone cheese
  • drizzle EVOO (extra virgin olive oil)
  • 1 red bell pepper, diced
  • 10 slices bacon, cooked crumbled
  • 1 ripe avocado, diced
Optional, but totally necessary
  • 1 loaf crusty white french bread, cut in slices, sprayed with EVOO, and cooked under the broiler until lightly toasted on top
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. In a small skillet on the stove, cook bell pepper on medium heat until slightly tender.
  3. In a medium-sized bowl, whisk alfredo sauce and cream cheese together until smooth. Stir in Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Soup Mix, roast beef, and bell pepper. Top with slices of provolone cheese; 3 across and three down, making sure cheese is covering the entire dish.
  4. Pour mixture into a 8" x 8" baking dish or in several ramekins and bake for 20-25 minutes or until lightly browned.
  5. Remove from oven and top with bacon and avocado. Serve with toasted crusty white french bread.

Everyone raved about how good this California Cheesesteak Dip was and several left asking for the recipe.

This is definitely a recipe that is easily shared and perfect for get-togethers and celebrations. Having friends over to watch the game? Or celebrating the new addition of the Man Cave? Both are perfect examples of why you should serve California Cheesesteak Dip.

And with the wonderful fall weather that is finally here, it’s one of those recipes that will definitely make you feel warm and fuzzy on the inside.

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

Since football season is here and in full swing, I wanted to share just a few gameday decoration tips that will give you the right amount of flair but without all the effort.

football-utensil-holders

Keep all the utensils in these adorable football silverware caddies from Rust & Sunshine.

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip!

And transform your table or island into this DIY football party table from A Night Owl.

Football-Paper-Chain

No party is complete without garland, so this football paper garland from SNAP! is the perfect addition to your gameday decor.

Decorating for game day doesn’t have to be difficult, y’all!

But back to the California Cheesesteak Dip! It’s so good. It’s out of this world delicious and it’s bursting with so much flavor.

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

It’s best served hot, so plan accordingly to make sure you experience this California Cheesesteak Dip in all its glory!

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

Don’t forget to print your coupon for Lipton Recipe Secrets soup mixes.

Enjoy some of the flavors of Philly & California with this incredibly indulgent California Cheesesteak Dip! Serve with toasted white crusty bread and enjoy.

What’s your favorite game day dip?

About Crystal

Crystal Reagan, the owner and founder of SimplyBeingMommy.com lives in Small Town, Texas with her husband and 3 children. Crystal and her website have been featured on local and national news stations including Channel 2 Houston and ABC News. She has also appeared on BetterTV as a Mommy Expert for VTech.

Comments

  1. 1
    Robin Masshole mommy says:

    My husband and I would or that entire thing in no time flat. This is right up our alley.

  2. 3

    Get in my belly! This looks so good. I also LOVE the football decorations!

  3. 5

    There is absolutely not way I’m not trying this! Sound like a win!

  4. 6

    That looks and sounds delicious. Your photos are awesome. Yum!

  5. 7

    Your table is awesome. Stealing the idea and layout for the Super Bowl! Lets go Broncos!

  6. 8

    OMG, that looks fantastic! This will be on our party table come Sunday.

  7. 9

    Now THAT’S game day food. I can’t wait to make this. Sunday will be a fun day, indeed.

  8. 10

    I’m really liking this dip recipe. I think the family would love to try it out!

  9. 11

    This really looks and sounds delicious. Not something I would make for just myself–but it would be great for a party!

  10. 12

    This looks really tasty! It would be perfect for our next fall gathering!

  11. 13

    I’ve never heard of this dip. It sounds very rich and creamy. I like your football decorations.

  12. 14

    It looks so yummy! I’m pinning and can’t wait to try it!

  13. 15

    That looks so good. I have never had a dip like this before.

  14. 16
    Lauren Ivy Chiong says:

    Yummy–I am pinning this. I am not a huge sports fan, but I do enjoy tailgating parties. This is one recipe I have to try for sure!

  15. 17

    OMG, me WANT! Get in me belly, bacon deliciousness, NOM NOM NOM 🙂

  16. 18

    What a taaty new way to make dip. Thia will be great for the next get together.

  17. 19

    Looks really good, but don’t think I’d call it a cheesesteak dip. I used to live in CA and never saw them substitute bacon for real steak!

    • 20

      Actually, Scott, I wasn’t substituting the beef for bacon. If you look at the recipe you’ll see I included a large serving of roast beef 🙂

  18. 21

    That sounds really yummy – and different. I’ll have to try this!

  19. 22

    Look at all the cheese!!
    This spread looks like it would just melt in your mouth.
    Can not wait to whip up a batch for the family.

  20. 23

    My husband love cheesesteak, so I’m sure this would be a big hit with him. I will have to try it soon.

  21. 24

    Wow! This sound perfect for parties and game days. Such a creative recipe too! Love cheesy, gooey dips.

  22. 25

    That dip looks AMAZING!!! I think all of my friends would love it so I’ll have to make it the next time we have a get together.

  23. 26

    Yum this looks so good! I know for a fact this would be a huge hit in my house! Must make this asap! I bet it’s just delicious!

  24. 27

    That looks and sounds delicious. Might need to invite some friends and family over soon just to try it.

  25. 28

    Mouth watering!! I love cheese!! I’m sure this is really yummy.

  26. 29

    I am not much of a meat eater myself, but might make this next time I host for a game. It looks like something my guy friends would devour.

  27. 30

    whoa, I’m drooling, this looks so good. It’s pretty low carb too!

  28. 31

    Oh my goodness…That dip is a dream come true for a cheesesteak lover like me!

  29. 32

    Everything does look great. I do love those dishes too, I want those here. 🙂

  30. 33

    This looks so good. I think my son would love this

  31. 34

    That sounds delicious! I love cheesesteak and I love dip, so this is completely perfect.

  32. 35

    What a great (and different!) looking dip. Definitely a welcome addition to any game day gathering!

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