Soccer Game Day Dip

Soccer game day dip is a simple and easy meal that takes only five minutes to make and pairs great with your favorite chip! 

Soccer season has officially started in our house. Nights are spent running to games, practices and pretty much all over town. Add in school, choir, band, taekwondo and dance and the fact that I’m a single mom 4-5 days a week while my husband travels and it’s crazy!!

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Today as part of the Secret Recipe Club I’m highlighting Lauren of Sew You Can Cook. She is coming to my rescue today because

1. T’s soccer game is tonight.

2. T’s soccer game ends approximately 15 minutes before his favorite football team is about to play.

3. Therefore, T and the rest of the kids will come home from his game starving and wanting to eat anything and everything in the refrigerator.

4. For some reason, football games in our house require some sort of game day food. It’s mandatory. That means that in the ten minutes it takes to drive home from the soccer game, I’ll walk in the door and have five minutes to make dinner.

With only five minutes I’m grateful that this meal is as simple as opening a few cans and heating it in the microwave. Five minute dinners are my favorite!

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Everyone who has followed this website for awhile knows that we LOVE our game nights and always love some good food to go with it. Lauren has some amazing recipes to help you out on game nights including:

sew you think you can cook

L-R: Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade, Cookies n’ Creme MilkshakeGarlicky Hot Wings

Don’t forget to scroll down to the bottom to see other great recipes from our members!!

Soccer Game Day Dip


  • 1 block cream cheese
  • 1 can chili
  • 1 bag corn chips or tortilla chips


  1. To prepare:
  2. Option 1: To prepare in the microwave, combine the cream cheese and chili in a bowl. Heat on high for two minutes. Stir, than heat for an additional minute. Remove from microwave, stir again and continue heating at one minute intervals until heated through and mixture is smooth.
  3. Option 2: To prepare on the stove, warm the chili on the stove. Stir in the cream cheese and continue cooking until cream cheese is melted and mixture is smooth.


* For the cream cheese, you can substitute Tofutti for a non dairy version or a mixture of cream cheese and greek yogurt.

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  1. fast and furious… 😉 sometimes that’s all we need!

  2. What a simple yet awesomely delicious sounding dip! I’d love to dig in while watching soccer or football

  3. Oh my goodness! I love simple dips like this. And I’m sure it was a huge hit with your little man 🙂 Happy reveal day.

  4. I’ve made that many times and it is delicious! Perfect meal substitute. Great choice!

  5. Love Lauren’s blog! Such a great recipe for a quick game snack. Love the different colored chips!

  6. The dip looks really tasty! And easy too. Great post!

  7. Our soccer season ended this past weekend! After the game some snacks are a must! Love how easy this dip easy…great SRC pick!

  8. Glad your family enjoyed it – I’m definitely looking forward to some more game day dipping!

  9. emmajeanne16 says

    I totally count dip as a meal and I don’t have any soccer and football games to count as a reason.


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