Absolutely Wonderful Cheesy Creamy Spinach Artichoke Dip

"I actually won a local contest with this recipe. Our favorite restaurant who served the best dip closed down...and we could not find another that was even close, so I came up with this home-made replica, which is just as delicious!"
photo by Sharon123 photo by Sharon123
photo by Sharon123
photo by Sharon123 photo by Sharon123
Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Combine all ingredients (except bread) into a mixing bowl, gently fold together until combined.
  • Pour into a greased or oiled 8" or 9" pie plate or other baking dish.
  • Bake in oven at 375 degrees for 25 to 35 minutes or until browned and bubbly.
  • Let stand to cool down it will be very hot.
  • *Hint!
  • Slice bread 1/4" to 1/2" and place directly on oven rack to toast for the last 5 to 10 minutes of baking time.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Geoannet
    Can this be frozen? And if so, before cooking, or after cooking. Thanks!


  1. glitter
    This if so tasty and versatile. And of course you know me I too added large garlic cloves...small won't do. I think anytime spinach and garlic are put together your mouth just says m-m-m and cheese to boot oh my... glitter
  2. razzintaz
    You could almost halve the spinach and it would be enough, then it would be a bit more creamy. SUPER flavor! I took 2 artichoke spinach dips and this one was preferred. Does not reheat well.
  3. Brown Melly
    Awesome! We loved it. I doubled it.
  4. sweetestangel46
    Delicious, I left out the artichokes and used a lil extra cream to make it more "dip-y" and everyone raved about it. Definitely a keeper!
  5. LorenLou
    We actually wound up eating this as our vegetable dish (sans toast), as my other veggie option didn't work out. Good, but didn't wow us.


  1. joelcplatt
    Add some tobasco sauce, and a can of water chestnuts rough chopped. And add 6 0z cream cheese or labna
  2. codeblusqrl
    Tried this today. Had a great taste, but wasn't as thick as I hoped. Also, I boiled down spinach instead of using the frozen block, then used my hand blender to chop it up a little. Will try using cream cheese instead of heavy cream next time and see how it goes.
  3. ClareVH
    Thanks, Amie. This was so Tasty! I substituted yogurt cheese for the sour cream, and added a dab of prepared horseradish, but those were the only changes I made. It did come out as more of a "spread" rather than a "dip". We spread it on Trader Joe's Sesame Thins. Three of us finished off the whole thing in about ten minutes!


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