So, what are you serving up for Super Bowl Sunday? If you are looking for a delicious Cream Cheese spread, this recipe is very easy and it is really good! This recipe is a favorite game-day dish for my family, it’s always on the table at our Clemson football game tailgates!
This Cream Cheese spread is the best I have ever had and it is addicting. The more you eat the more you want! 🙂
There are only 4 ingredients.
Let the cream cheese soften. Meanwhile, wash the green onions well, and then finely cut the green onions. When I cut the green onions, I always cut down the stalk before finely cutting so that the pieces are smaller. Finely cut the dried beef. I like to cut and place both the green onions and dried beef onto a plate so that I can gradually add with the cream cheese.
Once the cream cheese has soften enough to work with, slowly add the green onions and beef a little at a time, mixing thoroughly until all of the green onions and beef are incorporated.
Sprinkle in the Accent Seasoning to your taste, mix Accent Seasoning into the cream cheese mixture. Taste, add more Accent Season, mix, taste, continue until you like the flavor. Cover and place in the fridge over night to allow it to set. This also allows time for all the flavors to combine. When you are ready to serve, remove spread from bowl onto your favorite serving dish. You can cover with chopped pecans if you like. Serve with crackers!
2 – 8 oz. packages of Philadelphia Cream Cheese
1 – small jar 2.25 oz. of Armour dried beef
5-6 green onions
Accent Seasoning to taste
Box of your favorite crackers
This recipe is so delicious I can eat it without the crackers! So, do you have a favorite Super Bowl Recipe?
Enjoy the Game!!
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20 thoughts on “Cream Cheese Spread for Super Bowl Party”
love that little orange tiger paw
thank you Julie!! Took me awhile in Photoshop to get it looking right!
Okay, let the others have the cream cheese spread and I’ll eat all the creme brulee. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
oh yea…good idea Natalie!! 🙂
I thought so!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Looks pretty good!
What an awesome spread, love cream cheese and this would definitely sound great for any Super Bowl party!
Thank you Kelly, it’s really good!! 😉
That looks delicious and sinful michael 🙂 I love cream cheese and this recipe made my mouth water! Yummy. Hope you are having a lovely weekend!
Hey Pallavi, it is very delicious and addicting! I hope you and yours is having a great weekend!
I would say it has too many calories, but my husband baked brownies! Enjoy the game!
It does but it is delicious!!
This recipe is one of our favorites too. I haven’t made it for awhile, now I am tempted.
Our cream cheese family favorite has an almost fifty year history. Created first during colleges days and now is it is simply called, “Special Dip.” Family gatherings always include it . . .
First visit to you. Thank you for visiting me at Irish Garden House. I jumped over to your site from mine.
Your wood pieces are wonderful. Such an artistic touch. I like the ice cream spoon and your other pieces.
Good evening Lynne, I found your site from linking from another blog. I love your site and bookmarked it for now so I can return and check on what you have going on. 🙂 I love this cream cheese dip, I have been making it a long time too, since early 1980’s. that’s a long time and I am getting old! Thank you for your nice comment on my work. Come back and visit again soon!
I love cream cheese spread with dried beef! Looks delicious. We always eat wings for football games, but I never make them.
I love it too and I,love the wings too!!
What a glorious dip – perfect for any party or to eat all by myself when nobody’s looking.
…and I could eat the whole thing with spoon! It’s that good! 🙂
This looks delicious, Michael! Anything with cream cheese will get my hubby’s attention 🙂
I understand, me too! I guarantee the both of you will love this recipe! 🙂