Crock Pot Pizza Dip

Crock Pot Pizza Dip

Crock Pot Pizza Dip is insanely delicious and I love that everything is thrown in a crock pot and an hour later, you can dive in to the cheesy yummy dip! I had a party last weekend to get everyone together for the 4th of July weekend and to say goodbye to Aubrey and her family before they move to Oregon.  We had a ton of amazing appetizers, sides, and a brisket, most of which will be making an appearance here on the blog.  Crock Pot Pizza Dip tastes just like pepperoni pizza and slices of baguette bread are the perfect dippers.  It is an extremely delicious and addictive appetizer that is super easy to make and will be a huge hit at your next party.  I am looking forward to making Crock Pot Pizza Dip for many more parties! I found this awesome recipe at The Dinnertime Divas.

4.9 from 13 reviews
Crock Pot Pizza Dip
 
Crock Pot Pizza Dip is an extremely delicious and addictive appetizer that is super easy to make and is a crowd pleaser!
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Recipe type: appetizer
Ingredients
  • 1 package (8 oz) cream cheese, softened
  • 1 tsp Italian Seasoning
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • ¾ cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1 jar (8 oz) pizza sauce
  • ¼ cup cut up pepperoni pieces
Instructions
  1. Put all ingredients in crock pot and cook on high for about 1 hour
  2. Turn to low once melted

 

Comments

  1. Dani says

    This looks so yummy!! We’re not much of a pepperoni household (except hubby, but he’s outnumbered), and it looks like the pepperoni can be easily omitted or decreased so it’s not too strong. I can’t wait to try this… I just hope I don’t scarf the whole thing down myself!

    • says

      Dani, Thank you so much! It was really hard to stop eating this dip! I think it would be good with less or no pepperoni. Let us know what you think when you try it!

  2. Sharon says

    I wonder if do not like the pepperoni, why not fry up some Italian sausage and throw it in instead? I bet that would taste really good.

  3. danielle says

    Insanely good and easy! My family finished it off so quickly. I can’t wait to make it tonight for NFL kickoff, the hubby will be so excited :)

  4. Emily says

    This looks really tasty, I am looking forward to making it. Wondering about how much it makes? Did I miss that in the recipe? I bought enough to double the recipe for our “small” group of about 17 people. We like to eat! Would a double batch be enough? Thank you!

  5. Christine says

    This looks amazing! I am planning to make it for a group of college students I work with. How many servings does the recipe make?

  6. says

    I bet pepperoni, italian sausage and olives would be a winner! It’s my fav pizza, so it has to be good as a dip! Gosh, can’t wait to make this, Thanks!

  7. Erin says

    This was super easy and really delicious. I added diced bell peppers and mushrooms the second time and it made it even better! I also used ritz type crackers instead of the bread and that was good too. I agree with the other reviews that it could be made with sausage for a yummy alternative as well.

  8. says

    I just made this for a work party. Everyone loved it! I didn’t use pizza sauce, instead I used a jar of Prego spaghetti sauce that had Italian sausage in it. (I doubled the recipe.) I also put in the pepperoni. Served with small slices of french bread and it was delicious! I look forward to experimenting with other “toppings” mixed in.

  9. MJ says

    I made this for a work potluck and everyone raved about it. Served it with whole wheat pita chips. I chopped my pepperoni in the Ninja to small pieces. The flavor was there, but didn’t have big pieces or chunks of pepperoni. Don’t know if that will help others who commented about the pepperoni, but thought I’d throw it out there as an option. I will definitely make this again and will probably try the suggestion for sausage as well. This recipe is a winner. Thanks for sharing it!
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  10. Fred II says

    Do you stir all of these ingredients together, or layer them like a pizza and the dip your bread pieces in? I make something similar using an old pampered chef recipe but it gets baked in the oven resembling a pizza but you dip your bread into it as well. From your picture it looks mixed up like a pizza flavored quest dip. Just wondering. Thanks.

  11. Debbie says

    This looks delicious but wondering if the cream cheese stands out in the flavor, my husband does not like it though he loves his pizza!

  12. Lindz says

    Has anyone ever used ricotta instead of cream cheese?? That’s what’s in calzones so I feel like that would be a great substitute for cream cheese…thoughts??

    • says

      I think it would be great but there is a texture difference, especially when melted. I would maybe sub half the cream cheese with the ricotta and see how that does. :)

  13. Denise says

    If I were to take this to work what would be the best thing to use as “dippers.” If crackers, what kind? If bread, what kind? Thanks in advance.

  14. Amy0125 says

    I’m excited to make this for our game night tomorrow night! I’m wondering……can I make this up in advance (night before) then just set my crock pot tomorrow to warm or low setting to reheat or would that change the texture and flavor?

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