The Allrecipes.com ConAgra Foods and Kraft Foods websites provide users with Velveeta cheese dip recipes for holidays and parties. Each of these recipes is served warm with French bread, crackers or cut-up raw vegetables.
Rachel's Crockpot Seafood Cheese Dip on the Allrecipes.com website instructs users to mix cubed Velveeta cheese, sour cream, cream cheese, Worcestershire sauce and seafood seasoning in a slow cooker, along with cooked lobster, crabmeat and shrimp. The dish cooks for 1 hour, then is served with lightly toasted French bread squares.
Con Agra Foods' website provides a recipe for queso dip using Velveeta cheese. Users combine 1/2-inch cubes of Velveeta with Rotel tomatoes in a medium-sized saucepan over medium heat for approximately five minutes. Cooks serve the warm dip with bread, crackers or vegetables.
The Kraft Foods website's hot broccoli dip recipe directs users to preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, the cook slices the top off a round sourdough bread loaf and removes the center, leaving a 1-inch-thick shell all the way around the edge of the bread. Next, the cook cuts up the bread that was in the center of the loaf. Users then put the top of the bread back on the shell, and lay the shell and the bread pieces on an oven sheet, which bakes for 15 minutes. Next, users cook chopped onions, red pepper and celery in butter for about five minutes, or until soft. Cubed Velveeta cheese squares are added to the pot and cooked until melted. Dried rosemary leaves, hot sauce and chopped broccoli are added to the dip ingredients, then cooked for an additional five minutes. Finally, the dip is poured into the bread loaf and served alongside the toasted bread pieces.