Knorr Spinach Dip

"Spinach Dip"
photo by Jonathan Melendez photo by Jonathan Melendez
photo by Jonathan Melendez
photo by Jonathan Melendez photo by Jonathan Melendez
photo by Jonathan Melendez photo by Jonathan Melendez
photo by Autumneyes photo by Autumneyes
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Ready In:
4 cups




  • Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Cover and chill in the refrigerator about 2 hours.
  • Serve with your favorite dippers to your favorite people.
  • A new serving idea: Hollow out cucumber slices and cherry tomatoes.
  • Fill vegetables with spinach dip and garnish with a sprig of dill.
  • MAKES 4 cups dip.

Questions & Replies

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  1. marcy1953
    What are the nutritional values for this recipe. mainly looking at carbs


  1. Christmas Carol
    This spinach dip is a HUGE favorite. It'll be at our Christmas gathering this year in recipe# 131168- Spinach Dip Pinwheels. What a great idea! I already purchased spinach tortillas in a festive shade of green. I think I'll roll them up then wrap & chill them before slicing- maybe the dip will firm up a bit and allow for easier cutting. It's delicious in a bread bowl as well, mainly pumperknickel or King's Hawaiian. Last season we served it that way on a large gold platter, surrounded by red, green, & white veggies (peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, cherry or grape tomatoes, celery, etc.) & some people thought it was catered! Your bread bowl will likely be devoured too- as long as there's any dip left, that is. Now, since I've already bought the ingredients, can I resist making & eating it before X-mas?
  2. daveotd
    THE Classic; however the soup mix is like 3 oz., not 8 ounces. Hate to nit pick, but it is the classic and there's no need to confuse the only person in the world who has not made it before.
  3. christinegardner
    have used this recipe for eons. it is not Cmas without it. to serve this dip, i purchase a whole round pumpernickel bread. hollow out the center and cut into cubes. pour the spinach dip into the bread, then place the cubes around the loaf and guests just dip the cubes into the dip. once the cubes are gone, guests just start breaking the bread off and dipping. there are no leftovers.
  4. Chef Moosh
    I bring this dip to parties all of the time and it's a big hit. I use the Knorr's Leek soup mix instead. Try this instead of the vegetable soup mix. It's great with wheat thins or sliced baquettes.
  5. Abby Girl
    This was probably the first dip I ever made!!! Always good!


  1. Autumneyes
    Are you sure that it wasn't meant to use Knorr (1.4oz) package of veggie mix? I did and it was great. Also It was left out of the directions, that the fresh spinach needs to be cooked first. I love it on Ritz bacon flavor crackers
  2. Laura R.
    Everyone says my Spinach dip is the best they have ever had. I simply delete the mayo. Squeezing out every last drop of water out the spinach with paper towels is also a huge plus.
  3. wps21
    see above.
  4. beckyhomeckie
    This is very good, although I prefer using the knorr Leek soup mix instead of the Vegetable kind. It orks better in my opion, and is a lot less chunky.



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