Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. day, hence no school or work. Dan and I brought the boys to Grandma's house for a few hours and sneaked away to see a movie (a rare but cherished treat!). Have you seen American Sniper yet? I can say with all honesty that it was one of the best, but also one of the most heart-wrenching and saddest movies I have ever watched. Hours later, I am still fighting off sadness and I cannot get parts of it out of my mind. I highly recommend it, but bring tissues and grit! Dan and I both were affected by it, so in our zombie-like state on the drive home we picked up sandwiches for dinner so as to avoid the kitchen (effort). Still feeling like a zombie, I bring to you one of my FAVORITE dips of all time. Unlike the movie, there is nothing sad or heart-wrenching about it unless really delicious things make you cry.
This is a remake of an old favorite that was given to me by an old (young) supervisor of mine, Mary Lou. As you know, my crockpot and I have a bit of a "thing" this winter (don't tell Dan), so I changed the amounts around a bit and threw it into my handy slow cooker. It was soooo good. We're talking eating spoonfuls straight from the bowl good. It is a great warm dip for a gathering. It will get devoured quickly!
I put the entire can of sauerkraut in, but reduce by half if sauerkraut isn't your thing.
If you'd rather make this in the oven, mix all ingredients in a large bowl and add to a greased baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes, or until heated through.
Thanks for being here! Have a GREAT week!