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artichoke spinach dip

The Ultimate Artichoke Spinach Dip

Introduction: In the world of appetizers, few dishes spark as much debate as the classic Spinach Artichoke Dip. Is it best served hot or cold? Is it a casual crowd-pleaser or a sophisticated classic? Well, we’re here to declare that there are no wrong answers—only a bowlful of creamy, indulgent deliciousness. Dive into the artful dance of flavors with our take on the ultimate Artichoke Spinach Dip.

The Controversy: Hot or Cold?

Let’s settle the age-old debate: our Artichoke Spinach Dip is at its prime when served hot or, at the very least, at room temperature. The warmth enhances the creaminess and melds the flavors into a luscious symphony. But fear not, rebels – if chilled is your preference, spread it on crackers for an equally delightful experience. It’s a versatile dip that knows how to please every palate. 

Serving Suggestions:

While tortilla chips are a classic companion, venture into the world of toasted baguette slices. Pop them in the oven, let them warm up, and rub them with a fresh garlic clove for an instant garlic bread experience. Expand your options with an array of crackers, pita chips, or even veggie sticks like celery and carrot – the dip is versatile enough to complement any choice.

Storage Secrets: Leftovers may be a rare sighting, but should they appear, you can keep it inside it’s jar for up to three days in the refrigerator after opening. A week un-opened.

Try our bestselling Artichoke Spinach Dip here. Liked by everyone old and young.

It goes best with our sourdough baguettes, 5 grain, plain or mini baguettes