For your next gathering, you need to serve this warm creamy dip! The Best Warm Spinach Artichoke Dip is served straight from the oven and offers a nice variety to other cold appetizers you may have planned to do. Steamy and cheesy, this dip hangs on the cracker, begging to be eaten!
If you’re looking for other amazing appetizers to share, you should check out:
- Sweet And Savory Cheese Ball Appetizer
- Baked Cheesy Onion Appetizer Dip
- Creamy Baked Goat Cheese Dip
Best Warm Cheesy Spinach Artichoke Dip Ingredients
- Frozen spinach
- Canned artichoke hearts
- Sour cream
- Grated parmesan cheese
- Salt and pepper
I Dip, You Dip, We Dip!
This dip comes together pretty quickly, which is why I make it so often. Prepare your baking dish by greasing it with butter or oil spray and setting it aside. Combine all of the other ingredients into a medium-size bowl and pour into the prepared dish. Place the baking dish on a baking pan to catch any drippings and bake for 30-40 minutes.
Tips & Tricks
- Be sure that your spinach is WELL DRAINED after defrosting it with cool water to make sure it blends with the other ingredient and doesn’t separate. I like to put the spinach in a colander and leave it for a few minutes and let it drain while I prepare other items on the menu.
- Be sure that the dish you bake the dip in is the same as you are planning to serve in. You do not want to lose the crusty golden brown baked cheesy top that would be lost if you transferred the dip after baking.
What To Serve With The Best Warm Spinach Artichoke Dip
I serve a variety of dipping options for my guests. First, I definitely like to have two different crackers to serve with the dip as a minimum. One traditionally is more of a cracked wheat version of your favorite brand, and the other would be more buttery based, like a Ritz cracker which is still a big favorite.erve a variety of dipping options for my guests.
Other Options To Serve With The Best Warm Spinach Artichoke Dip
Bagel chips or baked pita chips are two other favorites that I like to serve with this dip. The dip can be a bit heavy, so you want a chip that can handle the weight of the dip. Also, since the steam can make a chip soggy really quick, bagel chips and baked pita chips work great to combat sogginess.
Some other options to serve with this warm dip are tortilla chips. The crunch of the corn chip with a hint of salt adds to the creamy base of the dip. These are a great option because you can also serve a traditional cold salsa as another appetizer.
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