How to Reheat Nacho Cheese

The party is over.  Beer cans and cigarette butts are all over the house. A few of your friends are still lying passed out on the floor. What would go better than reheating some leftover nacho cheese?

Nacho cheese is better when it is leftover.  You won’t have other people pestering you for a chip with nacho cheese because you will put it in a bowl that says leftover nacho cheese dip. There is nothing worse than leftover nacho cheese if you don’t know how to reheat it.  Reheated correctly, leftover nacho cheese can be even more delicious than the original nacho cheese.

Reheating nacho cheese involves inspecting the cheese for sunken items, reheating the cheese using a double boiler method, or putting the nacho cheese in the microwave oven for about one minute.  There is also the stovetop method, the conventional oven method, the toaster oven method, and the grill method.

Once your nacho cheese is warm,  you will want to keep it warm.

What is Your Attitude Toward the Nacho Cheese?

Sometimes we cook things when we are mad, and the food doesn’t turn out well. We know that food made with love tastes better than food just slopped together on a plate. Are you mad at your nacho cheese?  Do you resent eating your leftover nacho cheese?

Maybe you can change your attitude towards the cheese. Try picturing the first time you ever tried nacho cheese.  Or you can picture tortilla chips freshly fried in Tijuana, Mexico.  Or you can picture an enormous pot of nacho cheese bubbling up before a campfire in the wilderness?

Whatever happens, you will probably have a better attitude for that leftover nacho cheese. And that little change in attitude makes all the difference. If you feel nothing but love for your leftover nacho cheese, chances are you are going to love it when you eat it.

Should You Fear Nacho Cheese?

The short answer is, “Yes, fear the cheese.”  First off, nacho cheese is almost entirely synthetic. People in Africa use cold nacho cheese as a skin product because they believe it reduces wrinkles.  

Have you ever had a boiling hot pot of nacho cheese poured over your head?  I did, and I fear the cheese.  It happened in high school football when some pranksters thought they were pouring a Gatorade container on my head, but it turned out to be a boiling pot of nacho cheese.

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Luckily, I still had my helmet on or that could have been a head injury to reckon with.  

But a little got on my hand and I had to go to the hospital for a 7th degree burn.  So yeah, I fear the cheese.  Do not get the reheated cheese on any living creature you love or adore because you will be left with a scarred mess.

Is Nacho Cheese Contagious?

Yes, it is.  When I got that bad hand burn, I touched some girl’s hand and some of the goop from the wound got on her.  She got a terrible bacterial infection that the doctor blamed on nacho cheese dip.  He was a great diagnostician.

Nacho cheese is also contagious in the sense that when people smell nacho cheese, they come running out of the woodworks to get some.  I bet most of the people who have been reading this are now reaching for their nacho cheese.  Just think about how colorful it is.  Think about not having wrinkles in Africa.

Can You Reheat Nacho Cheese in the Microwave?

Yes, you can. Put it in a container, stick it in the microwave, and nuke it for 60 seconds. That about does it.

Can You Reheat Nacho Cheese in the Conventional Over?

Yes, you can.  Put the nacho cheese in a bowl, put it in the oven at 300 degrees, and wait.  That about does it.

Can You Reheat Nacho Cheese on the Stovetop?

Yes, you can.  Put the nacho cheese in a pot and heat it up on low.  That about does it.

Can You Use Cheez Whiz as a nacho cheese dip?  

Yes, you can.  Heat it and serve it. Enjoy with beer.

Can You Reheat Your Leftover Cheez Whiz Nacho Cheese Dip with a Blowtorch?

Yes, you can.  Be conscious that metal sparks emanating from the Cheez Whiz have been reported by welders working long hours.

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Love and Nacho Cheese

Don’t forget, dear reader, that the key to enjoying your leftover nacho cheese dip is to love your leftover nacho cheese dip.  Get it out of the refrigerator and appreciate everything you love about nacho cheese before you prepare it.

Do the same with the tortilla chip.  Rub them over your naked body if it is up your alley.  The more love you show the chips, the better they will taste with the blessed nacho cheese.

And remember to be careful about who you eat the leftover nacho cheese with.  You might be overwhelmed with passionate feelings toward the person who shares that special moment with you. There have been a lot of unwanted nacho cheese pregnancies lately and we need to cut them off.  

Nacho Cheese and Warfare

There is no better way to enjoy warfare on the television than by eating some nacho cheese.  I remember in Vietnam we used to eat MRI nacho cheese while Charlie shelled us.  We used to call it getting “Charlie Cheesed.”  But those are fun times that I rarely talk about.

We might get the chance to watch some good warfare on TV coming up after the olympics because by then Russia will have attacked Ukraine.  Get some extra nacho cheese dip for those times because we are in for a treat. While you’re at it, get enough nacho cheese dip to withstand a nuclear winter.

Can You Reheat Your Nacho Cheese in the Toaster Oven?

Yes, you can.  Be careful or you will start a nacho cheese fire, which actually attracts victims to the fire. They are twice as deadly as normal house fires.


Nacho cheese is a fairly harmless substance. Be extremely careful when transporting hot nacho cheese because it will kill you, if touched.  It might be a good idea for you to get out of the house and maybe get some nacho cheese dip at the local mini mart.