So, remember that crack dip I posted last week? You know…everyone’s favorite dip…the one that disappears in a flash…the one you always have to triple the recipe for?
Well, something strange happened on New Year’s Eve. I found myself, with last minute notice, cooking a ton of food for some people who were coming over. I made way too many dishes and entirely too much of everything.
(yeah, I know, those of you who know me are now saying, that’s not strange…making enough to feed an army is your MO!)
Anyway, there it was…leftover crack dip. A lot of it. An enigma!
So I figured the only thing that could make it better is…pasta. Right?
Leftover Crack Dip Mac-n-Cheese
because hey, you never know…there may actually be some leftover!
2 cups leftover crack dip
1 box pasta (I used elbows…use whatever you like), cooked al dente, drained
panko bread crumbs
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place dip in a large bowl and microwave until just heated through, so it can easily be stirred. Add pasta to bowl and stir to combine.
Pour mixture into an 8×8 square pan. Sprinkle panko crumbs on top and bake for about 20-25 minutes.
I have been wanting to try the crack dip, as I love buffalo chicken-anything! And adding pasta sounds like an ah-may-zing idea!!
What an awesome idea!
What a awesome recipe…Delicious dear..