Ready in 40 minutes
This is a restaurant style spinach artichoke dip that I found. I made it for a party as an appetizer and it was a hit. Now everytime I go to a party, they ask me to make this dip (or for the recipe) EXCELLENT!!
"While it was good, it seemed to be missing something for flavor it just did not have zing! It was very creamy, and cheesy, easy to make. But seemed a bit bland. I will try it again but will add some spices for more flavor. Most dips I have had when dining out seem to have something that is a distinctive flavor making it just seem awesome. Do take into consideration that my family and me seem to like things a little spicy."
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
In an 8x8 inch baking dish, spread the garlic, spinach, artichoke hearts, Alfredo-style pasta sauce, mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese and cream cheese.
Cover and bake in the preheated oven 30 minutes, or until cheeses are melted and bubbly. Serve warm.
gre7a 1y agoGreat recipe
Deshaunee 1y ago
Ghaynes0328 1y ago
lauralynn75 1y agoMade for a party very easy to make and everyone loved it!
lawn2000 1y agoI added the soup mix as some suggested but a full envelope made it too salty. Also, I used 2 tbs garlic and it was still too much.
melodie_22 1y agoThe spinach dip was a hit. Everyone loved it. It was easy to make.
hppynse 1y agoI used a bacon flavored alfredo sauce. My husband says it's the best thing he's ever put in his mouth!
medicaldiva_13 2y agoMade this yesterday and loved it!!
Vandora50 2y agoI tried this recipe without the artichokes. I dont like artichokes. I also added real bacon bits, heavy whipping creme instead of alfredo sauce and i added pepper jack cheese. It was pretty good. This is my first time making spinach dip.
tammypardee-casino 2y agoI made this dip today as one of my Christmas appetizers. It was a big hit! Absolutely delicious!!