Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

There are a lot of dip recipes out there, but this one is my all-time favorite. It is so easy to make and the recipe is always requested. You better sample it before you put it out for your guests because there won't be any left for you later.


  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Throw all ingredients in blender.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Pour into 8x8 glass baking dish.
  5. Bake 20 - 30 minutes or until bubbly but not brown.
  6. Serve with bite sized pieces of bread.
  7. Notes: I tried to make this using low-fat mayo, sour cream and cream cheese and it just didn't turn out the same. It was good, just not as good. Since I only make this for an occassional treat I just go all out with the full fat version.
  8. I wasn't sure what to list as the servings. It just depends on whether your guests will eat anything else you are serving or if they focus on the dip. :-) My 6 book club ladies gobbled up the whole batch.


Most Helpful

Very tasty, but definitely a little too garlicky. Next time, I would do 3 garlic gloves instead of 5.

Jamie M. August 23, 2015

What a yummy dish...I did the same as Parsley and just chopped up all my ingredients and mixed them together...I did add a can of chopped green chili (4 oz)...this is delicious with crackers, torn bread or my favorite which was tortilla chips...the leftovers are awesome too! =)

teresas June 20, 2013

Great dip! Nice and garlicky. I used a full 14-oz can of drained artichoke hearts, so it was a bit more than 1 cup. I chopped and mixed by hand, so it would still have some texture. It still was very easy to make. Thax for sharing.

*Parsley* July 01, 2009

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