Very delicious! My husband devoured it—he even had it for dinner!

Since we want the cheesy goodness to go into our tummies and not the slow cooker, we recommend coating the inside of the appliance with a small amount of non-stick spray or butter before you begin.
Second, in a slow cooker, combine the chopped crawfish tails, sour cream, mayonnaise, and diced Velveeta. These are the main ingredients. Just give it a quick swirl as you picture all those flavors meeting in a lonely hearts club.
Third, while the bell pepper and onions are softening, sauté them in a skillet. Add the garlic towards the end of the sautéing process. You don't need them to work out very hard; all you want is for them to perspire somewhat.
4. Toss in your sweating vegetables with the creole spice, cayenne (if you're feeling adventurous), and, if you want to give it a kick, that optional jalapeño for your pals who want a little heat.
5. Put the slow cooker on low, don't check, and give it about two hours to simmer. If you can remember to stir it every so then, great! If not, that's okay too.

6. After everything has melted and became smooth, add salt and pepper according to your preference and stir well.
7. Spoon the dip into a dish of your choice, top with chopped green onions or parsley, and serve with your choice of grazing sides.
Tips and Variations
Not a lover of crawfish or can't seem to hunt them down? Of course. You can simply change it up by using chopped chicken or well-drained canned shrimp. And there's no shame in cutting corners! In case you're not a fan of Velveeta, any nice melting cheese will do, such as a combination of cheddar and Monterey Jack. Choose the low-fat cheese and sour cream for a leaner option; I won't tell anybody!

The dish's greatness lies in its forgiving nature. Any remaining food? Use it as a rich stuffing for mushrooms or spread it on toast for a gourmet grilled cheese. Get creative with this dish and make it your own! Food is a canvas for your imagination.