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Cream Cheese, Bacon and Spinach Dip

Cream Cheese, Bacon and Spinach Dip created by Leggy Peggy

This is always a hit at parties, and is frequently requested by friends and relations. I got it from my mother many years ago. And if, by some weird chance, you have any leftover, it's great on toast in the morning for breakfast. I serve it with plain crackers and/or carrot and celery crudites.

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  • Grill bacon until well-cooked, but not crispy. If you do this on a rack above an oven tray, much of the fat will drip away. The time will vary according to the type of bacon. Cool bacon for a few minutes, then chop into very small pieces.
  • Microwave frozen spinach according to directions on the package. Drain any liquid.
  • In a medium sized bowl, mix all the ingredients together until well-blended, then transfer to a nice serving bowl.
  • Cover with glad wrap and cool in the fridge. If you can prepare this a few hours ahead of time, the flavours will intensify, but it is fine straight away.
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"This is always a hit at parties, and is frequently requested by friends and relations. I got it from my mother many years ago. And if, by some weird chance, you have any leftover, it's great on toast in the morning for breakfast. I serve it with plain crackers and/or carrot and celery crudites."
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  1. Leggy Peggy
    Cream Cheese, Bacon and Spinach Dip Created by Leggy Peggy
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  2. Leggy Peggy
    Delicious dip and so easy to make. I chopped the cooked bacon fine -- then threw it, the cheese and the cooked spinach into the food processor. It was all buzzed together in less than a minute. I added about a tablespoon of milk to thin the mixture. Served with carrots and crackers. Leftovers were dolloped on baked potatoes. Made and enjoyed for the Aussie/NZ Joey Tag Game.
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  3. Sayana
    This is always a hit at parties, and is frequently requested by friends and relations. I got it from my mother many years ago. And if, by some weird chance, you have any leftover, it's great on toast in the morning for breakfast. I serve it with plain crackers and/or carrot and celery crudites.
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