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    mooshie Guest

    Default Cob Loaf Dip Recipes

    hi all

    i am after some cob loaf dip recipies, i know i have seen a few on here but can't find them.

    i need it by tommorrow so i can get the ingrediants for saturday


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    Tigergirl1980 Guest


    I went looking and couldn't find it, maybe the gremlins took it.

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    Cailin has a YUMMO one
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    I have two that I use

    #1 is;
    packet frozen chopped spinach
    300ml tub sour cream
    packet philly cheese
    packet of french onion or spring vegetable soup.

    Thaw and drain the spinach and mix with the soup mix and the cream and cheese, put in the cob loaf and put in the oven for 15-20 mins and serve.

    #2 is;
    200grams diced bacon
    200grams grated cheese
    1/2 cup chopped shallots
    300ml sour cream
    packet philly cheese

    combine all the ingredients and put into the loaf and put in the oven for about 15-20 minutes.

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    mooshie Guest


    thanks sherie

    cailin where are you, i want your recipie to lol

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    Jun 2003


    I'm here....

    Here are the old recipes nic posted the original cobb recipe which I use religiously!


    1 x Cobb Loaf
    250g x Cream Cheese
    1 x cup grated Cheese
    1 x cup mozarella Cheese
    1 x cup cream
    1 x onion chopped finely
    100g x chopped bacon

    Cut top off loaf making a lid, then cut a hole in loaf. Remove bread in chunks, keep lid and bread aside.

    In a bowl, mix together ingredients.

    Place cobb loaf on baking tray, pour in mixture.

    Bake at 180 degrees for 30 minutes, stirring occassionally.

    Place lid back on cobb loaf and place bread chunks around loaf on tray, bake for another 10 minutes.


    1 xCobb loaf
    1 x Large Tin of tuna
    1 x Small carton Sour Cream
    1 x tub Philli Cheese
    1/2 packet french onion soup mix.

    Mix all ingredients together putting tuna and french onion in last.

    Place loaf and bread chunks in oven to crisp before adding mixture.

    Heat mixture up in mocrowave for a minute or 2 and pour into cobb.

    I haven't made the tuna one yet, so don't know what it will be like. When we make the cheesy dip i buy a packet of bread rolls so we have some xtra bread to dip.

    Salsa Cheese Boule Dip

    1 (1 pound) loaf round, crusty Italian bread
    1 cup salsa
    1 1/2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
    1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
    1 cup sour cream

    1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
    2 Cut a circle out of the top of the bread and scoop out the inside. Tear the inside into pieces for dipping.
    3 In a medium size mixing bowl, combine salsa, Cheddar cheese, cream cheese, and sour cream. Spoon the mixture into the bread bowl, place the top back on the bread. Wrap the bread in aluminum foil.
    4 Bake for 1 1/2 hours. Serve warm with the reserved bread pieces.


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    mooshie Guest



    much appreciated girls

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    Jan 2006


    I do a variation of the spinach one which is yummy.

    I pkt frozen spinach
    1 small jar mayo (whole egg is best) approx 300g
    1 container sour cream
    I pkt spring vegetable soup

    Heat cob loaf in the oven until warm in the middle and crusty on the outside. While it is heating defrost the spinach and heat over the stove / in the microwave until warm. Mix together all ingredients in a bowl.
    Remove cob from oven, cut off top (and keep). Pull out all the bread from the centre leaving a shell. Pour the spinach mixture into the cob. Use the warm bread from the middle for dipping and the lid to keep the mixture warm.
    I usually cook a second cob because the bread *disappears* very quickly.

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    In Bankworld with Barbara


    I think I'm going to print these out before the gremlins get them again Cailin, the Tuna one sounds so yummy!

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    Grosby Guest


    I also make the one that Michelle makes, and it is yummo. I'm gonna have to copy the Tuna one, cause I have always wanted that recipe, I'm going to be eating a lot of cobs, either that or it will be what I take to parties for a while, so I can test out all of your recipes, YUMMO

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    Aug 2005
    Wodonga, VIC

    Thumbs up Cheese and Bacon Damper Dip

    This is my Grandma's speciality and she always gets requests to make it. It is so good. It has been a hit whenever I have made it, no matter who tries it. If you run out of bread bits, you can use crackers or anything else you like.

    Cheese and Bacon Damper Dip

    1 small round cob loaf
    250g diced bacon
    250g grated cheese
    300ml sour cream
    1 onion
    250g cream cheese

    Cut the top of the cob loaf and pull out the inside bread, leaving an empty “bowl”. Break the inside bread into chunks for dipping.

    Heat some oil in a frypan and cook the bacon and onion. In a separate bowl mix together the rest of the ingredients. Add the bacon mixture to the cheese mixture and mix well.

    Pour the mixture into the cob loaf, put the lid on and cook in an oven at 180.C for 40 mins to an hour. If the top is browning to fast loosely cover with foil. Once the bread is crispy and the mix is well heated it is ready. Toast the bread pieces in the oven for 20 minutes.

    Dip the bread pieces into the dip and enjoy!

    To speed it up a bit you can heat the mixture in a saucepan once it has all been mixed and then put it in the bread, then cook for about 20 minutes, till the bread is crispy.

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    Tigergirl1980 Guest


    Oooooh yummy. Thanks Amanda

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    Melinda Guest


    OMG that sounds divineeee!

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    Nov 2005


    Cailin I made your Cheesy Cob Loaf for a BBQ I had on the weekend. There were 6 adults and Kaitlyn and we finished the whole thing!. After all the insides had been eaten with bread, Chippies and Carrot sticks my DH Cut the actual loaf up and we ate all that as well.

    I have to give this one 100Stars!!!!!!!!!!!!. DH told me to add it to the family cook book!.

    Thank you!

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    Default Dip inside cobb loaf?

    Hi Guys

    I have fallen in love with those dips that are baked inside cobb loafs. You dunk the crispy inside bread in the dip. I was at a party where they served a really cheesy one that had like philly cheese etc etc.

    Does any one have any similar recipes that they could share? I would be forever grateful...


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    You put on weight just making it but sooo worth it!! Good luck!!

    Snowball Dip
    1 large cob
    2 pks of cream cheese(philly)
    I cup cheddar cheese grated
    1 cup mayonaisse
    1/2 chopped spring onion
    1/2 cup cooled and cooked chopped bacon (I put in a bit more coz I luuurve bacon !!)
    1 tsp dill
    2 tsp dijon mustard
    dash tabasco and worcherstershire

    Mix all together - hollow out bread, stuff in the filling, put lid back on, wrap in foil and bake for about 1hr and 15 mins at 180.

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    Feb 2005
    Boyne Island


    **drool** now I want that NOW

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