Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Dip

This is the best we have ever tasted. Better than any restaurant. From freezer to microwave to table. Serve with the mango torilla chips. Easy and flavorful.
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05/24/2006
Reviews (26)
byRollo

May 29, 2006

This is one of the few dips that goes well with the papadums. I'll buy again.
byashesofroses

July 20, 2006

bake the dip and then take a sourdough boule and turn it into a bread bowl. dip the bread back in the dip and i can assure you the bowl will disappear as well! great snack or appetizer!
byddawnzer

September 28, 2006

While in Scottsdale I brought 10 of these back on the plane in my cooler bag. I only have 1 left ...time for another trip. Always a hit.
byddawnzer

September 28, 2006

While in Scottsdale I brought 10 of these back on the plane in my cooler bag. I only have 1 left ...time for another trip. Always a hit.
bybrittcritt

October 30, 2006

Very tasty, and easier than homemade. Tastes great with pita or tortilla chips!
bypmchaney

November 16, 2006

i served this with wheat thin crackers.
byPNWFoodie

December 11, 2006

I found this to be a bit tangy and stringy. I think I prefer a milder, fluffier cheese in mine.
bylark22

March 24, 2007

We make pasta with this -- just add some frozen precooked chicken strips, angel hair pasta, and some parmesan, and you've for a great meal!

Yum.
byMarni74d

April 13, 2007

There is always a box of this in my freezer during football season! (GO Pats!) As soon as I start getting low, I restock!
byburhead

June 16, 2007

Yum is about all there is to say.
byMissMtl

October 6, 2007

I really like Trader Joe's and one of the main reasons is that they import a lot of my favourite Canadian made products! Going to TJ's makes me feel a little less homesick!

Delicious cheesy flavour, better then any restaurant....
byvalanddansmith

October 25, 2007

Quick and delicious!
bytasteeone

October 29, 2007

This is good to have around when unexpected guests arrive. I though it was good, but not the best I have ever had.
bykalikaliente

November 19, 2007

i use this as a dip with chips, soup (add chicken stock and chunks of chicken) or even my last recipe i pounded some chicken breasts, put a spoonful of this inside, rolled the chicken up and baked it, behold, spinach artichoke stuffed chicken! to die for!!
bykatzmeou

November 23, 2007

A real winner! Guests always rave. I serve it with thinly sliced sour dough baguette.
bybablondie32

December 17, 2007

Yum yum...easy to make. I wish there were more but it's sooo good and not too many weird ingredients.
byemerly

January 5, 2008

This may be my favorite TJ product.
bynarfing

April 15, 2008

our TJ's used two of these in lieu of cream of mushroom (basically) in a Green Bean Casserole recipe. I was SOOO mad. It tasted JUST like any other casserole, only I had spent an extra $5 on getting the dip. But the dip is great on its own! Don't get me wrong!
bykirstenperrin

April 22, 2008

I picked this up at joes and was bummed to see that the only way to cook this was by mircowave ( IM NOT A FAN OF THE MICROWAVE )
so ... I decided to try cooking it in a double boiling pot and it worked great!!
Really good and hey it didnt get zapped by the scary wave :)
bythatmeggirl

April 25, 2008

This spinach and artichoke dip is amazing. My TJs regularly runs out of it. It flies off the shelves. I personally like to keep two in my freezer at all times. I've tried them with almost every chip imaginable but the two winners are plain old tortilla chips and regular pretzel slims.

I'm sure this would be great in a bread bowl.

I serve this whenever I have people over and the dish is always wiped clean. This product is my favorite thing from TJs

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