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Summer is almost here!! The days are getting longer, it is getting hotter outside and my back porch is slowly becoming my at home getaway again. There is absolutely nothing better than sitting out on the back porch, watching my sweet Sophie pup run around the back yard and drink a yummy beverage!! In the mornings I like to sit out there in my fuzzy pj pants and drink my coffee and in the late afternoons I like to sit out there with a cold beverage in my hand.
I think I have mentioned on here before that my back porch is one of the reasons I built my house where it is. The lot I picked backs up to woods that are privately owned and will never be built on. I also live on a small hill and my back porch just so happens to look over a piece of the woods that has a small pond. There are always deer or rabbits in my yard and I love it!! Sophie loves it too!! Actually she just loves to chase the bunnies but it’s a good thing they are faster than her and she’s afraid to go in the woods. HA!
I recently switched to night shift at work so I wake up in the afternoons now and that has changed my back porch sitting time into more of a breakfast/brunch time. I have been obsessed with dips lately and especially my signature Corona Queso Dip!! I made the mistake of going to the grocery store after work (at 7am!!) one morning and came home with a bunch of random ingredients, including a box of Corona Extra. What can I say? The limes inspired me! And dip. Always the dip…
…and then it hit me that I have never shared my Corona Queso Dip with you!! How rude of me!! Never fear, I shall share it with you now. Shall I remind you that it is best served with a cold Corona in hand (with a lime, duh) and your favorite chips (I am obsessed with those blue corn chips, they seem saltier??)!
This is a pretty simple dip, all you need is a few ingredients and one pan! Yes, it is a one pan dish and you just can’t beat that. It also has sausage so I think you could really just eat the dip and call it a meal. That’s what I’m going with anyway. HA!!
So all you do is brown a little sausage, drain it, put it back in a pan with some cubed up cream cheese, shredded sharp cheddar cheese, rotel, corn and Corona Extra! You mix all that up until it’s all melty and delicious and add in a diced Roma tomato and some green onions. I swear the smell of green onions makes me swoon. Why are they sooooo good y’all??
Side note- I don’t buy pre-shredded cheese anymore. I like to buy a block and shred it myself in my food processor. I think it melts better and tastes better. Just me??
After your dip is done just throw it in a bowl, gather up your favorite chips and take it outside to savor on your back porch. If that isn’t heaven I don’t know what is!!
To glass half-full people who know how to live life, Corona Extra is the beer that is your passport to carefree enjoyment because Corona Extra is the ultimate in emotional and physical refreshment.
Plus right now you can take advantage of a great Checkout 51 coupon offer! Next time you purchase Corona Extra you will save $3.00 if you purchase chips or pretzels as well. You will find the coupon in the “Beer, Wine, and Spirits” section.
Are you ready for summer??
Do you enjoy sitting on your back porch??
Have you ever made Corona Cheese Dip before??
- 1 lb sausage
- 8 oz cream cheese
- 8 oz sharp cheddar cheese shredded
- 2 cans rotel drained
- 1 cup corn
- 1/2 cup Corona Extra
- 1 Roma Tomato
- 1 bunch green onions
- Brown sausage in a skillet, drain and put it back in the same pan.
- Cube cream cheese and add it to the cooked sausage, heat over medium until cream cheese is melted.
- Add shredded cheddar cheese to cream cheese and sausage and mix it until it is melted as well.
- Add Rotel, corn and Corona Extra to pan and mix until creamy.
- When everything is melted together, take off the burner and pour into a bowl.
- Top with chopped up Roma tomato and green onions and serve with you favorite chips!!
Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says
Now THAT looks like a tasty summer dip. I can’t wait to serve this at our next barbecue. Thanks!
paula Schuck says
That looks insanely good. I would make this. In fact it might be ideal for the summer pool party we are having this month. Excellent pictures. Makes me want to make that dip right now. First I need to go buy the ingredients and the Corona of course too.
You are an absolute genius! I am totally going to be doing this for Fourth of July weekend. I am practically drooling over this right now.
Joely Smith says
This looks SOOOOO good! Our yearly fiesta is around the corner and this is getting me in the mood! Also thanks for the cash back deal on the Corona! Those are not easy to find!
Jennifer Van Huss says
OMG! That looks fabulous!! I worked at a Texas restaurant as a teen!! I use to live on this stuff! What a great recipe for this upcoming long weekend!
How can you go wrong with Queso Dip with Corona in it? Trick question, you can’t. This looks amazing, I can’t wait to try it.
Claudia Krusch says
Corona Queso Dip is sure to be a hit at my next get together. I will have to pick up the ingredients I need to make some for a trial run this weekend.
Oh my goodness what an awesome dip!! I seriously need to make this!
Shannon Gurnee says
I never thought of making Queso Dip with Coronas! We love Coronas in our house and I will definitely have to give this recipe a try!
Jennifer G says
Now this looks so good I wanted to lick the screen. Totally up my alley. I am always the first one on the queso at a party. I am totally going to have to try this recipe like asap.
Hmm, this is interesting. I haven’t tried adding beer to my dip. I can’t wait to try this.
Dawn McAlexander says
Corona is my favorite brand of beer. I just had some queso and I bet it was not near as good as this. I want to try this queso now!
huh?! I would have never thought this concoction up, sounds pretty good! I bet my friends will love this at our next get together ; ) thanks!
Oyinkan Ogunleye says
I would never think to put beer in dip. Then again you can put almost any alcoholic beverage in food. Grea job!
Rebecca Swenor says
This Corona queso dip recipe sounds delicious. I will have to make this for our family gather on the 4th of July which reminds me is next week. The Corona Extra I have not tried so I will have to get some. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I typically don’t drink beer but my husband does occasionally. I just can’t get past the smell to try it. I might have to make your queso recipe minus the beer. :)
What an interesting recipe! Not for me as I don’t eat cheese and don’t like beer, but I know a few people who would enjoy!
Mimi Green says
I bet this would be killer with some nachos. I love a good cheese dip.
David Elliott says
I am all for a good cheese dip. And I love dips with a little extra spice in them. Will have to try this one out.
E H says
This dip looks so delicious! I often see cheese based dips in stores, but a homemade version sounds just so much better, and perfect for a snack with a cold beer on a hot day!
This is so awesome and girl it looks GOOD. Thanks for adding the instructions too because I shared this with my husband and he definitely wants to give this a try. It’s the “chef” in the house lol.
Wildish Jess says
This looks and sounds so good! I’ll have to whip it up just in time for the 4th of July!
What type of sausage are you using?
I just used regular breakfast-type sausage. I have used Chorizo before and that was good too, just made it a little more spicy.