Easy Beer Cheese Dip
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Easy Beer Cheese Dip. Guten Tag! I am so excited to share this recipe and simple DIY shirt today!
Let’s start with the Easy Beer Cheese Dip.
Boil the beer and Worcestershire sauce together in a medium sauce pan. Once it has boiled, add shredded cheese, salt, garlic, and onion flakes. Whisk as the cheese melts into the beer.
Remove from heat. Mix in flour and cream cheese with mixer on low speed.
Enjoy with a warm pretzel!
- Bottle of beer (dark beer works best)
- 1 Block of cheddar cheese - shredded
- 1/3 Block of colby jack cheese - shredded
- 1 Block of cream cheese
- 1/3 C of flour
- 3 Tbs Worcestershire sauce
- 2 Tbs Onion flakes
- Sprinkle of salt
- Garlic to taste
- Boil beer and Worcestershire Sauce in a medium sauce pan.
- Slowly add shredded cheese, salt, onion flakes, and garlic.
- Once the cheese has melted, remove from heat.
- Mix in cream cheese and flour with a mixer until creamy.
- Refrigerate leftovers
HTV (black and gold glitter)
In Cricut Design Space, design a lederhosen coverall using recrangles and ovals and the weld tool. Set your canvas to the size shirt you are making and adjust the lederhosen to fit. Next, choose swirls, embellishments, buttons, and buckles from the Design Store and position them on the coveralls as you like. Once you’re happy with the look, you can begin to cut the HTV. Iron on according to the directions, layer the embellishments and repeat the ironing.
My little man said he doesn’t ever want to take his new shirt off, and he wants to say, “Leder (later), Hosen!” to everyone he walks past. LOL