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Halloween is a favorite time of year to decorate and have fun with snacks and parties. My teens are all about themed snacks (that taste awesome) so we came up with this easy Chicken Queso Blanco recipe that’s SO good, can be whipped up in no time, & with just a piece of paper and some olives be turned into a Halloween themed snack that’s perfect for Halloween movie night or a Halloween party!
HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN QUESO BLANCO
You can grab everything you need to make this chicken queso blanco at Walmart!
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You pretty much just mix everything together & heat, but here’s a printable recipe for a good party sized chicken queso blanco recipe. We LOVE how RO*TEL® Original Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies adds a little zest to this recipe! Initially, I thought I would add some spices but it really came out just perfect thanks to the bold flavors. It’s definitely the star.
- 2 cans RO*TEL® Original Diced Tomatoes and Green Chilies drained
- 2 cans Great Value Chunk Chicken Breast in Water (can choose low sodium if you'd like)
- 2 jars Monterey Jack Queso
- Mix ingredients well and heat in a microwave safe bowl until warm or in a medium saucepan over low to medium heat until warm.
- Serve warm with chips!
SO easy right?! Just mix, heat and serve. I love that you don’t even have to measure out spices because the RO*TEL adds the perfect amount of flavor. My teens already made this again for friends after school and everyone loved it!
How to make a ghost bowl for chicken queso blanco
Making your bowl a ghost is almost as easy as making our chicken queso blanco recipe. Just cut a ghost shape out of a piece of white cardstock. Trace your bowl and cut from the center of the hole to the outside of the traced circle to make a cut out for your bowl to fit through. I just taped the cut-out pieces to the bowl to hold them in place!
A few olive slices for the eyes and a bowl of yummy dip is now a cute little ghost perfect for a Halloween spread (or just snack time). We also cut out some ghosts from corn tortillas and fried them to make our own chips, but store-bought chips work perfect too!
Need some more Halloween RO*TEL inspiration? Lots more great ideas to try here!