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Made this dip for Thanksgiving and everyone enjoyed it. Did add a 2nd jar of artichokes to recipe to make more dip for the amount of people. Layered it in the bowl (and was nervous) and it popped out perfect. So go for it! The only thing I will change the next time, and this is just personal taste, is to cut ranch dressing mix in half. I loved the artichoke, pepper and garlic mixture and want that to stand out a little more. Oh! and you may want to pack yourself a Tic Tac if taking this to a party!!

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Sam's Mom November 30, 2009

This was a great dish to make ahead and my company loved it. Followed the directions exactly. Thank you for a keeper.

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~Dragonflyjoy~ December 20, 2004

This is delicious Manda and yes everyone at the party asked for the recipe. I am going to make this at xmas and sprinkle fresh chopped parsley and diced red bell pepper over it for a holiday looking dish. I had a little problem trying to spread the cream cheese at first even though I had let it sit at room temp. for awhile, but when I switched to my wooden spreader it was easy to do. thanks for posting!

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Babs in Toyland November 17, 2003

This torte looks lovely and tastes wonderful. I substituted sun dried tomatoes for the roasted red peppers and they worked great. I also made this in a glass pie plate which doubled as the serving dish, with crackers layered around the edges of the pie plate. The dish received rave reviews from my guests.

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Lori K. January 03, 2003
Layered Torte Appetizer