We are no strangers to the spinach and spinach artichoke ideas of dipping when it comes to snacking… just sayin’
We have been known to whip up this Yummy “Always Requested Spinach Dip” from time to time…
And, we adore this Baked Artichoke and Spinach Dip as well…
That is why I was super stoked when I saw this yummy spinach dip recipe in Gooseberry Patch’s new Fresh from the Farmstand and I knew it would be just perfect for us with one little tweak.
It is so simple… one of those throw everything in the bowl and mix up… Now, they call for time in the fridge before serving, but truth be told, this stuff never made it to the fridge at my New Year’s get together… and it was Yum-my.
2 Cups Sour Cream (you could always use light sour cream, the dish is so yummy no one will notice).
1 Cup Mayo or Light Miracle Whip…
Chopped Green Onions (4-6)
Mmmm…. Fresh Dill. Chop some up and add to taste… Around 3 T.
Two (10 oz) boxes of Spinach- thawed and drained thoroughly. I put mine in a colander and push all of the water out.
5 Cloves of Garlic- Minced.
Dude, if you don’t have have a good garlic press, get one.
This Garlic Press will totally change your garlic world. We cook with garlic every. single. day.
Seriously. One of my favoritest kitchen tools… Far superior to other garlic presses… just sayin’
Anyhoo, add an envelope of onion soup… I couldn’t find leek soup, but would love to try it some day!
While the recipe didn’t call for it, I knew Puddie would want artichokes in his spinach dip, so I added a can of artichoke hearts that I drained and chopped.
Mix well and there you have it… You can always serve it up as is with chips and bread or pretzels… Or, you can do the traditional bread bowl by carving out a round loaf of sweet or French bread.
- 2 10 oz Boxes Spinach- Thawed and Drained
- 2 Cups Sour Cream
- 1 Cup Mayo or Light Miracle Whip
- 1 Envelope Onion Soup Mix
- 4-6 Chopped Green Onions
- 5 Cloves Garlic- Minced
- 3 T Fresh Dill- Chopped
- 1 Can/Jar Artichoke Hearts- Chopped
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
- Refrigerate or serve immediately with bread, crackers, chips or pretzels.
Note: Gooseberry Patch gave me an advanced copy of Fresh from the Farmstand to review and use. Also, all product links are affiliate links as always.
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You just cannot go wrong with these ingredients! YUM!
Cranberry Morning says
I’ve eaten this stuff and it is delicious!! As for the garlic press, can you promise that the Pampered Chef one actually works well and doesn’t break? Ive used probably four different, supposedly really good garlic presses and they all either weren’t sharp enough to actually get the garlic pressed, or they simply broke. I resorted to a hand-held small grater which actually does the trick well. Still,, I might invest in a Pampered Chef garlic press for a gift if I was sure it was all it’s supposed to be. 🙂
P.S. You know, the key to this recipe is all that wonderful garlic!!!
I can tell you that I hated every press before this one and I use mine every single day and it has been over a year and hasn’t given me one bit of trouble… I was REALLY skeptical when I ordered it, because I had tried several… but it is by far one of my favorite tools 🙂