Crock Pot Spinach Artichoke Dip

"Great Party dip"
 
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
10-12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Tear artichokes apart with your fingers.
  • Mix ingredients together.
  • Bake in lightly buttered 3 quart crockpot on High for ~1 hour.
  • Can be turned to low when finished and served directly from the crock pot.

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  1. michele.dreitzler
    This is excellent! So much be better than the recipes that use the frozen spinach. I doubled the recipe and didn't quite double the spinach. I tore up some of the leaves and left others whole and honestly don't know if it made a difference. I also added some half and half at the beginning to help speed up the melting of the cheeses, most especially the cream cheese. And I think using the marinated artichokes (I used three small jars) made a tremendous difference to the flavor. It turned out amazing! Honestly, you will fall in love with this recipe!
     
  2. cyprissa
    Very good and super easy. I made this for an office potluck and had to do it last minute at the office and it turned out great. I did make 2 very small changes. First, I subbed a blend of mozzarella, smoked provolone and Parmesan for the mozzarella and Parmesan just for convenience. I also stirred in a couple of teaspoons of hot sauce at the end, not for heat but for some acid/ flavor contrast. This was definitely a keeper!
     
  3. KimmieCat1
    Very delicious. I cut back on the spinach, only put in about 10 ounces and chopped up the leaves before mixing into the dip. Thanks Erin K. Brown for a fabulous dip. Made for Fall 2011 PAC.
     
  4. Chef J.Webby
    Wonderful! Made it for my company pot-luck. About 40 people and still had some left over for the holiday weekend! Left out the onion and added a bit or oregano, would certainly make again!
     
  5. Nikki S
    This got rave reviews at our last football party! GREAT!
     
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  1. cyprissa
    Very good and super easy. I made this for an office potluck and had to do it last minute at the office and it turned out great. I did make 2 very small changes. First, I subbed a blend of mozzarella, smoked provolone and Parmesan for the mozzarella and Parmesan just for convenience. I also stirred in a couple of teaspoons of hot sauce at the end, not for heat but for some acid/ flavor contrast. This was definitely a keeper!
     

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