In the Mid-South, everyone’s go-to when it comes to the best cheese dip outside of a restaurant is Pancho’s Cheese Dip. Some people don’t even bother heating it up, and are happy just eating it right out of the container. Whether you like white cheese dip or the traditional thing, Pancho’s is the real deal, and if you’re planning on having a Super Bowl watch party or get-together, you’re going to want to grab a couple of containers of this delicious stuff to keep your guests happy. Here are a few ways you can serve up Pancho’s for a delicious Super Bowl snack.
Beefy Pancho's Rotel
This is just your traditional Rotel dip, but with Pancho’s instead of Velveeta! Brown up some ground beef (or turkey for a slightly healthier option) and mix it with some Pancho’s. Add in a can of Rotel, and just let it all sit and simmer over low heat for a little while, and you’ve got a bowl of deliciousness.
If you’re planning on grilling out, Pancho’s makes an excellent topping for cheeseburgers. If you want to spice things up, try this: add some white Pancho’s on your burger along with some fresh jalapenos.
Pigs in a Blanket
Wrap up some franks in croissant rolls for your old-fashioned pigs in a blanket, but drizzle a little Pancho’s cheese dip on top to take these finger foods to the next level.
Chili Cheese Dogs
Chili dogs are a super-simple party food, because you only need 2 base ingredients: chili and hot dogs. Heck, you don’t even have to make your own chili — but you know it’s going to taste better if you do. Add on some Pancho’s cheese dip for one of the best chili cheese dogs you’ve ever had.
Try adding Pancho’s to your 7 layer dip! It’s just refried beans, sour cream, guacamole, salsa, Pancho’s cheese dip, pico de gallo and olives!
Tortilla chips, your choice of meats, black beans, jalapenos, pico de gallo, and any other toppings you can think to add, all piled high and covered in Pancho’s. This is definitely an occasion to use both white and original cheese dips.
Pancho's and Pizza
If you’ve never tried pairing your pizza with Pancho’s white cheese dip, you’re missing out. Supreme pizza is a good choice — just drizzle a little on top, and it’s like a little pizza taco.
Pancho's and Tacos
Speaking of tacos, this is probably one of the more obvious ways to serve up Pancho’s. Tacos are a pretty simple party food: just cook up a ton of ground beef (or turkey!), add some taco seasoning, grab some shells, and you’re good to go!
If your taco shells didn’t make it home from the store without breaking, see the “Garbage Nachos” we mentioned.
If you’re looking for a healthier way to enjoy your Pancho’s, veggies are great to dip in either white or original Pancho’s. It’s also a good way to get your kids to eat their vegetables.
Eat it by itself
Eating Pancho’s by itself is always a good way to go. Chips, pretzels — you can pretty much dip any crunchy, salty snack in Pancho’s and it will be delicious.