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    • Amanda Lugo

      Cheese Sauce: In a medium saucepan, heat 2 tbs butter over medium heat until melted. Add onion powder, garlic powder, can of beer, 1 jar of cheddar pasta sauce, hot sauce, and chili powder. Stir to combine. Heat through.

    • Jamie Lipscomb

      Cheddar Beer Weenies for the Super Bowl! Lots of other Super Bowl recipes as well.

    • Susan Oliver

      Cheddar Beer Cocktail Weiners! Made these and they are really really good. Added more hot sauce since I like spicier.

    • Noreen Elaine

      CHEDDAR BEER WEENIES ~*~ Ingredients: 14-16 oz pkg beef cocktail wieners, 12-16 slices bacon cut into thirds crosswise, 2 Tb butter, 1 t onion powder, ½ t garlic powder, 1 C beer, 1 jar cheddar pasta sauce, 1 t bottled hot sauce, ½ t chili powder

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