This was a big hit at my last party. Though I already had a recipe for spinach-artichoke dip, I wanted a new one that didn't involve mayonnaise, and it turns out the non-mayo version is even better! My only suggestion: bake in two smaller separate dishes because the crowd around just one serving can get pretty vicious!
This is great! I used a 9 x 13 pan as it makes ALOT. I should have made sure I used enough parmesan - I got tired of grating! This is a great recipe - Thanks LadybugII~Brandi
I loved this version because I did not want any that included mayo. It is very tasty and everyone who has tried it has liked it.
This is very good and fairly easy to put together. It makes a lot of dip! Easily enough for more than just six people. I baked it in two containers not expecting so much -- I like the idea of the 9x13inch pan. I will use that next time. And there will be a next time! Thanks Ladybug!
It was good, but not what I was looking for in a spinach artichoke dip. Almost too cheesy--which is saying something for me, since I love cheese. I guess I'd like something with a bit more of the spinach and artichoke. Not the chunky yummy goodness I love at some restaurants. Won't make this one again--will continue looking for my favorite spinach artichoke dip.
This is good if you are not looking for low fat. 10+ grams per serving is afterall not a low fat recipe.
This particular variation is the best dip I've ever had. It is as explained, low fat yet still creamy and flavorful. I made it for Christmas Eve and was completely devoured by the entire family!!
Made this for the golf ladies end of season gathering and it was a big hit. I was asked for the recipe. (My picky-eating teenage sons snuck in for some and also loved it). A definite keeper!