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Guys, I think I’m going to make your entire summer with this smoked queso recipe!
My mom, dad and brother came over to our house for a little Father’s Day gathering at our house.
I told my mom I didn’t have the energy to make a whole meal (sorry pops), but I could make some little bites that we could eat while we spread out.
Being the summer, I’ve been firing up my grill like crazy lately, and learning how to use it well.
I’ve always loved practicing my grill skills, but I wanted to make it easy on myself.
My family loves queso and guac, and I figured I could make us little apps to snack on.
I wanted to take my queso to another level, and that’s where it hit me – I could smoke my queso in the kettle grill.
I didn’t know if this would work out, but oh boy – did it work out well!
How to make smoked queso
You’ll need the following tools to make my version of smoked queso. These are all things we have around our house in the summertime.
Mila Clarke Buckley is diabetes patient advocate with Type 1.5 Diabetes (LADA), and the founder of The Hangry Woman blog, which shares approachable food and lifestyle tips to help others living with all types of diabetes.
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