Crock Pot Cheesy Cuban Dip is an easy appetizer made in your slow cooker with all the great flavors of a Cuban sandwich including shredded pork, ham, and pickles!
CROCK POT CHEESY CUBAN DIP!
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Every time I think about a Cuban sandwich I salivate at the thought of it! The most amazing Cuban-flavored dish I ever had were some Cuban Empanadas in a hole in the wall restaurant in New York City. They were the perfect balance of flavors and an absolutely delicious appetizer. I would love to recreate them, but let’s be real, I’m not about to make homemade empanadas anytime soon. Therefore, I did the next best thing and put all the yummy insides of Cuban into a Crock Pot with cream cheese and made a dip out of it! Now it’s one of my best crock pot recipes!
This dip would be good on french bread, with crackers or some fried bread dipped in it sounds amazing! Then again, fried bread is good with just about anything. 😉 I wanted to keep it simple, so I used a hearty store bought cracker to dip in this Crock Pot Cheesy Cuban Dip.
I will be the first to admit, it isn’t one of the most visually appealing dishes I have ever made. But then again, when does anything in the Crock Pot really look all that great?! It reminds me of my Healthy Crock Pot Taco Spaghetti Squash. Delicious, but not going to win any pageants if you know what I mean. What is most important is that it tastes great. I promise your guests won’t care what it looks like after they try a bite!
- 1 c. shredded pork
- 1 c. ham chopped
- 1/3 c. pickles chopped
- 1 c. swiss cheese shredded
- 8 oz. cream cheese
- 2 tsp. dijon mustard
- Mix all of the ingredients in a 2 qt Crock Pot and cook on low for 2-3 hours or on high for 1 hour. Stir until the dip is smooth and the cheeses are evenly distributed.
- Serve with crackers and bread.
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Hi! I just wanted to thank you so much for this recipe! Went down a storm at our Cuban themed dinner party last night! Xoxo
Chris Espinosa says
I’d suggest using mojo pork considering you’re trying to emulate a Cuban sandwich. That makes a world of difference.