Stupidly simple to make, and is excellent with whole rye bread or rye chips. The bread-to-dip ratio of the recipe as listed is about 1:1 for a whole round rye loaf cut up. If you are a dip warrior and love you some dip, then double the recipe!
It’s amazing what a healthy spin we were able to put on this great spinach dip by using fresh leek, more spinach, whole wheat bread, and lower fat cheese and mayo. No need to feel guilty as you reach for a second helping!
This is a spinach dip for use in a bread bowl created by hollowing out the center of a round loaf of bread.
Low-fat yogurt is the unexpected star in this tasty dip, along with chopped artichoke hearts, spinach, red peppers, green onion and garlic. Mozzarella cheese contains a small amount of lactose, and the live and active cultures in yogurt help digest lactose, making this recipe a friendly option for those who are lactose intolerant.
This crowd-pleasing cheesy, peppery dip with spinach and pimento peppers gets a creamy lift with the addition of sour cream.
I love spinach dip. The crunch of water chestnuts is good but there is just something about them I do not care for. Also, too much spinach I do not like, so I altered a few things from others I have made and found one I just love! It is not too spinach-y. I love the crunch from the jicama and red bell pepper. Took this to a party and it was a hit! I served in round sourdough bread bowl with variety of bread, crackers, and veggies. Enjoy!
This is a pizza bread crust slathered with spinach dip and covered with scrumptious toppings: broccoli, chicken or turkey, green onions, and tomato.
This is my own version of a basic spinach dip. It’s a mild, creamy mixture with the gentle crunch of water chestnuts, and it’s perfect for potlucks.
This is the ultimate spinach dip! It is made from fresh spinach leaves! I’m always asked to bring this along to major family events and, of course, during the holidays. It may be served at once, but tastes best when chilled for an hour. Serve with slices of sourdough baguettes.
An unbaked spinach dip. Unlike many other spinach dips this one is served deliciously cold. Enjoy! You can replace the red bell pepper with minced carrot or cucumber, or try using a combination of the three.
This good looking bread bowl appetizer is always popular at parties. A hollowed loaf of pumpernickel is filled with a simple spinach dip.
Plain yogurt is a great flavor addition to a simple spinach dip.
A yummy hot vegetable dip! Serve with your favorite crackers.
This is a great recipe for cold spinach dip. Serve it with vegetables, crackers or bread.
A spinach dip that can be warmed or used chilled. Either way it always vanishes at our place and the rave reviews just keep coming! After dip is finished, break off pieces of the bread bowl and enjoy the best part of all.
This is my dad’s recipe. The entire family loves it! A flavorful spinach mixture fills a tasty bread bowl. Your family will love it, too.
This cheesy, zesty shrimp spread will be the first thing to disappear at your next party!
Realistic, creepy, AND yummy. Make it the day before your Halloween party so it has time to set. Serve with assorted crackers, baguette slices, cucumber slices, and celery sticks.
Perfect for all you shrimp lovers out there, this dip or salad dressing is refreshing and goes great with your favorite cracker or vegetables. If you don’t have cider vinegar, you can use pickle juice.
Dip fresh shrimp in this yogurt, honey and mustard sauce. It’s an exciting alternative to cocktail sauce.