Cream Cheese, Bacon and Spinach Dip
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.
- Ready In:
- 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.
MY PRIVATE NOTES
RECIPE MADE WITH LOVE BY
JOIN THE CONVERSATION
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.Reply