Fri, 28 Dec 2012 by Christy DenneyI’ve heard that everyone has a body double somewhere in the world. Kendee and I grew up less than mile away from each other in Arizona but then headed our own ways. She even recently moved to Florida and as we were catching we looked down and noticed that our wedding rings were almost identical.
In this family-friendly baked artichoke dip recipe, artichokes and cheese are mixed with Knorr® Leek Recipe Mix, creating an irresistible appetizer that’s guaranteed to be a game-day classic.
Okay fine, the only reason it dawned on me that day was because they were sold out, or moved it, or stopped carrying it (GASP!). I swear this is crack in that dip because I could eat that entire BUCKET of dip in a weekend.
One of my all time favorites — simply love artichoke and jalepeno and so does my family!
When I first moved to CA about 10 years ago I used to get artichoke jalepeno dip at Vons grocery store and it was private labeled for them. I went to Costco to buy this dip as it my families ultimate fav only to NOT find it there…horror!
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This is a unique website which will require a more modern browser to work!Please upgrade today! 4.3 from 3 reviews Spinach Artichoke Dip   Print Spinach Artichoke Dip is an incredibly tasty appetizer and super easy to make in the crock pot!
Spinach dip is one of my favorite appetizers and I love the idea of making it in the crockpot!
Christi, I have used my big one (sorry, I am not sure of the exact size) and my small one a couple times. Are the 4 cloves of garlic supposed to be chopped first or just thrown into the crockpot whole and peeled? Sign up for our newsletter to start getting delicious meal ideas your family will love, special offers, and kitchen secrets from our chefs. School is out for the summer on Friday, which means my kids are like bears out of hibernation. My son has been out of school since Friday and already I feel like the food is disappearing, and he’s only 5! I have never had the Costco one but based on what you wrote, and the pics of your dip, it’s probably the same dip. People who love bread get to tear off delicious chunks, and the spinach dip is really yummy! I use the regular recipe in my large crock pot and it works fine, but I should let you know that this dip disappears very quickly, so doubling it is a great idea!


But as soon as I tasted this dip at Kendee’s house on Christmas, I knew I had found a new favorite. She loves food as much as I do and had her food blog Pimp My Dinner before food blogs ever were.
Don't worry, if using fresh spinach it will reduce down while cooking. Place in an oven safe dish and bake in the oven at for about 20 minutes or until the top is toasty.
Mix in garlic, lemon juice, artichoke hearts, spinach, mozzarella and ? cup Parmesan cheese.
If you're using fresh spinach bake for 20 minutes, stir, and bake for an additional 10 minutes if needed. Serve with bread, chips or veggies. Not only is Spinach Artichoke Dip an incredibly addictive and savory appetizer, but it is really simple to make in the crock pot. Wrap in foil and bake on a cookie sheet until bread gets a little crispy and dip is warmed through.



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