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Cheesy Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Cheesy Spinach and Artichoke Dip recipe
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This restaurant-inspired dip has all the richness and flavor of your favorite appetizer on the menu. Plus, you'll feel good about serving up vitamin A-rich spinach.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
22 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
8/26/2006
I took the advice of the last person and used less spinach in the recipe. We all just loved the dip. I'm going to try to mix in some mushrooms next time to see how that tastes.
posted:
8/16/2006
Next time I would use less spinach
posted:
8/15/2006
So good! I added more shredded cheese the 2nd time i made. It so easy to make!!
posted:
8/14/2006
This was good, made it for a bridal shower and everyone loved it asking for the recipe. If I made it again I would probably try and serve it hot, it was good cold but would like to try it hot.
posted:
8/13/2006
Very good everyone loves it when I make it. I do make ahead a few hours and let it sit in the refrig before cooking seems to taste better -- even better the next day as leftovers
posted:
8/13/2006
Very easy recipe! I had never made spinach dip before, and this was so easy, and very good. Great hot, and still great after being refrigerated.
posted:
8/7/2006
This was delicious. I'm asked to make it for get-togethers all the time and for the recipe.
posted:
8/5/2006
Used my coworkers as guinea pigs, they all loved it. My boss does not like artichokes and he ate it up. Very good and easy. Making it for a family reunion.
posted:
8/5/2006
WOW, this was a crowd pleaser! Seven of us shared this for lunch with Low fat Triscuits and raw vegis for dipping. One lucky girl got to take the leftovers home. I did use the microwave to heat the dip. We used the "dinner plate" setting and stirred half way through the cooking time. We also served this with hot sauce .
posted:
7/29/2006
This is a great, easy dip for a party. I've had quite a few requests for the recipe because it was such a hit. Easy to make, tastes great!
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