My baked artichoke dip recipe is loaded with a blend of mozzarella, Parmesan and Muenster cheeses, tangy artichoke hearts and creamy spinach. It’s an easy recipe that packs a punch!
Let me preface by saying there is nothing healthy about this baked artichoke dip recipe. It’s a guilty pleasure.
I’ve loaded this simple recipe with a blend of mozzarella, Parmesan and Muenster cheeses, tangy artichoke hearts and creamy spinach.
No need to break out the cream cheese either. This recipe is no cream cheese!
My artichoke spinach dip is the perfect tailgate food or party appetizer.
I always serve it during the holiday season because it gets rave reviews.
You can’t stop eating it, it’s so delicious.
It’s the sour cream and mayonnaise that gives it a creamy, melts in your mouth yummy goodness.
Dip a chip and I promise you’ll come crawling back for more.
There are some recipes for baked spinach artichoke dip that use Greek yogurt or light cream cheese but I prefer the punch of flavor that you get from the creamy cup of mayonnaise and sour cream.
My girlfriend discovered this recipe and it’s always one of her favorite party staples. I changed it slightly.
My recipe is easy on the garlic cloves.
What do you eat with artichoke dip?
This delicious artichoke dip can be served with a variety of great dippers.
This creamy dip is delicious with tortilla chips, crackers, pita chips, crusty bread, toasted slices of baguette, and raw vegetables.
I’ll make a casserole dish full of this great recipe because it is a crowd pleaser.
The whole thing will be gobbled up quickly.
If you happen to have any leftover, the dip is delicious stuffed and baked in boneless, skinless chicken breasts.
How to make this cheesy baked artichoke dip
You’ll need a few simple ingredients that you can find at the grocery store.
Artichoke hearts. I usually have a jar or can of hearts in my pantry.
A blend of shredded cheese. Pick up a pack of shredded mozzarella, shredded Parmesan and Muenster. You may have to chop slices into small pieces if you can’t find shredded.
Frozen spinach. Thaw the spinach and squeeze out all the water.
Mayo and sour cream. Feel free to use light mayonnaise or sour cream.
Mix all the ingredients into a large bowl and transfer it into baking dish.
Bake this easy artichoke dip for about 20 minutes until it is cheesy and bubbly.
Can you freeze artichoke dip with mayonnaise?
Yes, if you freeze it before baking. I have made larger recipes and freeze half for next time. Be sure to store it in an airtight container or freezer proof plastic bag for up to 2 months.
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The Best Baked Artichoke Dip Recipe
- 1 cup canned or jarred artichoke hearts minced
- 1 10- ounce package chopped frozen spinach thawed and drained
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 1 cup Parmesan cheese
- 1/2 cup Muenster cheese
- 2 to 3 cloves garlic minced
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl and transfer to an oven-safe dish and bake until bubbly, about 20 minutes. Serve with tortilla chips, crackers or toasted baguette slices.
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37 thoughts on “The Best Baked Artichoke Dip Recipe (No Cream Cheese)”
I’m pretty sure it’s a scientific fact that you can’t go wrong with spinach and artichoke dip! Such a classic appetizer
Agreed Carmella. It’s always a hit when its made from scratch.
This looks absolutely amazing! I’ll definitely be giving this a try for Christmas this year.
Jerry, I promise you will love it. You have a winner here!
I love spinach artichoke dip, but I’ve never made it. I’m definitely going to have to try this!
Julie…it’s one of the best I’ve had. Fresh and tasty!
A Game-day favorite!
Indeed! Thanks Kiano.
I love this dip – its a battle between this & hummus when we decide on appetizers dips. But this particularly is a fan favorite. Plus its healthy. LOL I mean all that spinach haha
Thanks Bethani. I promise you’ll love it.
i LOVE spin art dip and this one looks so great!
Thanks so much Kristen.
Ooooh, this looks and sounds so good! Love the combination of all those cheese!
The Havarti ads great flavor to this. Thanks and I hope you enjoy.
I mean muenster. It adds such a great unique taste. But now that I think about it Havarti would be a good replacement for muenster.
That looks so delicious!
Thanks Miss Angie.
OH yeah I could dunk my face in this and never want to come out!!! Anything with artichokes is a win for me. PS I LOVE your logo!!
I love this. It’s easy to see how anyone could dunk their face into this dip. It’s absolutely delicious!
Many of my friends hate artichokes – BUT WHO CARES WHAT THEY THINK! HAHA I love them and I love this recipe! Thanks for sharing!!
And they’re so yummy in this recipe. Thanks so much.
This spinach dip looks amazing! I will be adding it to my Christmas Eve menu. Thanks.
Thanks Mary. This dip is always a hit at the holidays. It will be gone quickly.
As long as we are eating our vegetables… 🙂
Absolutely Christine. It’s all good as long as we are eating our veggies!
Spinach artichoke dip is my weakness.
Mine too. Thanks Jenny.
I LOVE spinach artichoke dip!!! Nom nom
Me too. Thanks Chelsea!
Oh yes I am definitely pinning this! I love the spinach artichoke dip from applebees, so I’d love to be able to make it at home! 🙂
This recipe is always a winner. And always gone by the night’s end! Thanks Tanisha 🙂
I’m ashamed to always buy spinach artichoke dip from the frozen aisle, so this recipe is perfect! Love it with carrots, pita chips, and everything in-between.
Chelsea – never again will you visit the frozen aisle. I promise. Enjoy!
Thanks for sharing your recipe! I love Spinach dip it really is one of the best party dishes and always a hit! Adding this one to my possible christmas party food menu
Thanks Dia….This is always a hit. Fresh and cheesy delicious!
did you use fresh artichoke?
Nope. I use canned or jarred. Whatever you have at your grocery. Just make sure you drain before chopping up. You’ll love it. Thanks for asking.