This was okay - not horrible but not a homerun either. It just was not particularly flavorful. If I make this again I would probably add some bacon.
Cheese and Guinness Spread
bigd80915 Posted: 12/02/10
Beckydoll Posted: 12/31/10
Love this dip! made it for our annual NYE party and everyone is loving it! Had some day-old homemade french bread which I turned into garlic toasts to serve with this. Crackers, toasts, and grape tomatoes are best with this dip.
charoulli Posted: 09/26/09
This was wonderful! I was expecting it to be a bit more bitter from the Guinness, but nope! It was just right! One thing though...don't over refrigerate. We refrigerated overnight after eating most of it, and it was too hard to dip. We microwaved for a few seconds. All of us in the house predered crackers than crudites with this.. it was too cheesy for veggies.
Fiveandahalf Posted: 03/20/10
This was tasty! We used laughing cow spreadable cheese instead of the cream cheese to cut down on calories. Still had great flavor.
Foodie125 Posted: 01/01/11
Made this at New Year's rather than buying cheese ball spread. No one really cared for it amongst the other choices. One person said it tasted like the cheese you get out of a can, and I agree. Would not make again.
hsimms Posted: 09/11/11
This recipe was great! I made it for a tailgate and everyone LOVED it! I just wish I had doubled it since it was eaten so quickly!