Crock Pot Hot Reuben dip

By:  Sparty On  •  3 years ago  •  5 comments

Crock Pot Hot Reuben dip

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This recipe fits a standard 4-5 quart Crock Pot. Adjust up or down depending on the size of your pot.


16 ounces cream cheese, softened is easier if baking, i use hard because i'm using a Crock Pot, it'll melt with time

16 ounces deli corned beef coarsely chopped, more if you want it meatier. Save some time, lightly food process it if you want. Just not too much, this isn't a Pate

16 Ounces Swiss cheese, shredded melts quicker but you can use you favorite brick cheese as well

1 cup sauerkraut drained well, drain less if you like more "sour"

1/2 cup sour cream

1/2 cup Thousand Island salad dressing

Palm some caraway seeds in there if you like them. I add them to help get the "Rye Bread" effect without the Rye bread

You can bake this but i'm a high speed, low drag kinda guy so i like the Crock Pot Method. Doesn't get any simpler to make.

Just dump all ingredients into a slow cooker, heat on HIGH for 3 to 4 hours or LOW for 6 to 8 hours. Make sure to stir regularly. You can add or subtract any ingredient to make it thicker/soupier or to get to your preferred taste. I tend to lean on the Swiss Cheese and Sauerkraut more than called for but that's up to your tastes. I like to cook this at least day before and reheat. This is one of those things that's better if cooled and heat once before consuming. Heat and serve. I like using Frito Scoops but Cocktail Ryes, Triscuit crackers or Stacys Pita chips are excellent choices as well.

Watch this stuff fly out of the bowl at your event. It's almost always the first thing gone at mine. They'll be scraping the bowl

If you like a traditional Corned Beef Reuben, you'll love this dip.


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Raven Wing
Professor Expert
1  Raven Wing    3 years ago

Welcome Sparty! Great recipe. I have added the Tag 'Dips' to your article, and it is now listed in the Recipe Article Index under that Tag, with a link to your article, and the name of the recipe. 

Thank you for sharing your recipe, we look forward to seeing more. (smile)

Professor Expert
2  Kathleen    3 years ago

I like Reuben sandwiches so I know I would like this...

Looks good.

Freshman Quiet
3  DRHunk    2 years ago

I am going to make this for the Superbowl. Will let you know how it goes =).

Freshman Silent
4  bccrane    2 years ago

Sounds like something I need to try.  Put up 40# of homemade sauerkraut last fall and this may get some in my family to actually eat it.

Perrie Halpern R.A.
Professor Principal
5  Perrie Halpern R.A.    2 years ago

Great party food! (not great waste food, LOL!)


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