Thursday, September 6, 2012

Hot Caprese Dip

In honor of football season kickoff {Go Gators!}, I must share one of my favorite game day appetizers – Hot Caprese Dip! Not only is it super cheesy and delicious, it’s only THREE ingredients, and is sure to be a huge hit at your next tailgate party!
Hot Caprese Dip
Adapted from How Sweet It Is

Ingredients:
10 ounces fresh mozzarella
3 small roma tomatoes, seeded and juiced
3 tablespoons fresh basil 
Chop up all of your ingredients. 

Note: Make sure to get as much moisture out of the tomatoes as possible.
In a small baking dish, combine all the ingredients and mix well.
Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes, then broil for 2 minutes so cheese becomes bubbly and golden. Serve immediately with crackers.

Enjoy!
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30 comments:

  1. I made this as a snack for Cameron and I a few weeks ago and it was SO good!

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  2. This recipe looks fantastic! I'm so excited that football season is finally here! GO GAMECOCKS :)

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  3. This looks so delicious!! I will have to try - thanks for sharing!

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  4. OMG! This looks incredible! I am so going to make this! Thanks for the recipe!!

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  5. I just started following you. Cannot wait to know you better. Ps this recipe looks delish :)

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  6. Now you're only 1 shy of 800 followers :) And hot damn that dip looks amazing!!! I am making it this weekend for sure! Ps found you from Steph- I'm also a "ghost writer" of hers this week. Glad she led me to your blog!

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  7. UMMMM YUM! So glad I found your blog!!!!!

    Ashley@afabulousfrenzy

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  8. Yum this sounds amazing and will be the perfect addition to any tailgate. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Looks so yummy!! I am a Charlotte girl too. So glad I found your blog. Your new follower:)

    www.McKennaBleu.blogspot.com

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  10. looks so simple and soooo delicious!! will be making this ASAP! <3

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  11. Looks so good! Definitely pinned and wanting to try!

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  12. yum, yum, ymu! This looks DELICIOUS and I've never heard of a dip like it! ABSOLUTELY trying this and bringing to next book club.

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  13. I am gonna make this for a party this weekend. Looks unbelievable. One day I am coming over and making you cook me dinner.

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  14. This looks delish!!

    Have a great weekend!! Love your blog! Your newest follower!!

    Xoxo Bunnie :)

    http://www.quallmanza.blogspot.com

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  15. Meg made this for a party this weekend. So delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

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  16. Looks delicious! I love caprese salad so this is right up my alley!

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  17. Just started following you and this recipe looks amazing!!! Thanks for sharing :)

    Audra
    audraandcolegriffith.blogspot.com

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  18. Making it this weekend :)

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  19. Making this for tonight's OCC packing party! So excited...I'm salivating looking at these pics again!

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  20. I made this over the weekend and while it tasted really good, it was way too thick. We couldn't hardly pull it apart with a cracker. Any suggestions as to why this was so thick and what I need to do differently?

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  21. This recipe turned out awful for me! I was so disappointed. The cheese wasn't melty and dippable, it was so clumpy & the tomatoes made it so soupy. I was really sad.

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    1. Oh no! Did you use low fat cheese by chance? Sometimes that makes it not melt as good. :(

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  22. I made this last night and it turned out terrible for me. I seeded the roma tomatoes, inverted to dry for a couple hours, then wiped them with a paper towel. I used fresh mozzarella (whole milk) and fresh basil. Flavor was good, but the consistency was soupy and the cheese was clumpy. I even let it bake a little longer. I was so disappointed. I wonder what I did wrong.....

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  23. Super tasty! I added some granulated garlic for some extra zing. And next time I make it, I'll make it in a mini-crockpot to keep the cheese from solidifying.

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  24. This looks delicious & basil is one of my favorite herbs! Can't wait to make it!

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