Tuesday, January 15, 2013

The Best Hot Artichoke Dip Recipe

Today's recipe is a family favorite, one of my go-to appetizers for get togethers - hands down, The BEST Hot Artichoke Dip Recipe!


This is an appetizer my friends and family love and often request. I made this for New Year's Eve, along with the Apricot Gorgonzola Cheese Spread (to die for). 



This is my sister's recipe that's been in the family for years -  it's the best!



The Best Hot Artichoke Dip

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Ingredients
  • 1 8 oz block cream cheese (reg)
  • 1 Cup Hellmann's Mayonnaise (reg)
  • 1 Cup Grated Parmesan Cheese
  • 4 oz can Mild Diced Green Chiles
  • 12 oz Jar (or 2 - 7.5 oz jars) of Marinated Artichoke Hearts         
Directions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Drain artichoke hearts, leaving a tiny bit of marinade behind. Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl. Pour into baking dish and bake on middle rack for approximately 30 minutes, until bubbling and starting to turn golden brown. Remove and serve with tortilla chips, baguette, crackers, whatever you like!

Tip 
I never chop the artichoke hearts, I just mix them with the rest of the ingredients as is - I like the big chucks of artichokes in my dip. If you prefer, you can chop them into a smaller size.  


Thanks for stopping by!
Cheers!

26 comments:

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Mary this looks wonderful! I have tried many of your recipes and I'll be trying this one too! You've never steered me wrong...I've loved them all! Good think I didn't make that diet resolution!!

Natalie @ NorthShore Days said...

Oooh I love this recipe! And I'm so glad all is good with the little one - so good to hear. xxx Nat

Heather F. said...

I have this recipe too!! Only, didn't put the chiles in. Yumm!

Loris Glassworks said...

Thanks for sharing; I pinned this for future reference.
Cheers!
Lori in Atlanta

Annie One Can Cook! said...

Oh my goodness, I am drooling just looking at the screen..

Sherry Clarke said...

Hot artichoke cheese dip is my absolute favorite. I have never made my own yet so thank you so much for the recipe. I can't wait to give it a try...and I may have all of the ingredients already. :)

The Quiet Mom said...

We made this at my SIL. Thhhheeeeee best! Only we used parm cheese, no cream cheese.

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Lisa ~ The SweetTalk Shop said...

I'm getting the munchies just looking over your blog!! I love artichoke dip, I'll be making this just to snack on at work!!

Allie H. said...

Thank you! Everyone forgets that when you go out for drinks and appetizers, if you get artichoke dip, it has green chiles in it. I made my own a couple years back and knew something was missing...the next batch I made had chiles in it and it was perfect.

Tami Kleinvachter-LePier said...

Could you add spinach to this?

Kasey Corcoran said...

Could you add spinach to this?

Anonymous said...

I was thinking the same thing....maybe adding some spinach!! Looks delicious!!! - Cricket

Mary N said...

You could absolutely add spinach! If you use frozen spinach, be sure to squeeze all the excess water.

Mary N said...

Yes, you could add spinach - If you use frozen spinach, be sure to squeeze all the excess water.

lisa said...

Could I add cheddar if I don't have parm?

Anonymous said...

Made it and was yummy..thank u

QueenBee said...

Simple and delicious! I didn't have any shredded parmesan, so used 1/2 cup of grated parmesan and about 3/4 cup finely shredded mozzarella. I just stirred it all in with the other ingredients. Yummy!

Beth Lindquist said...

You can add lump crab meat to this and a couple dashes of green Tabasco.

Beth Lindquist said...

Yon can add lump crab meat and a couple dashes of green Tabasco. Yum

Big Bee Bri said...

I want to take this to a party but work all day up until right before. Is there a way to reheat?

Julie Cochran said...

What size baking dish did you use?

Anonymous said...

Hi, I had this at a party and it was amazing!! Is it possible to make this ahead of time and freeze it before baking and just thaw and bake later? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Made this for a Super Bowl Party.....what a hit!!!

Anonymous said...

This is a recipe i use but i also mix in sour cream. Its so yummy!