How to make it

  • Using a food processor or blender, mix light cream cheese, sour cream and artichoke hearts by pulsing them until even consistencey. Add red pepper, parmesan cheese, and garlic, and pulse until creamy.
  • To bake dip: Preheat oven to 375. Place mixture into a 1.5 to 2qt baking dish. Add spinach and stir to combine. Bake for 25 minutes, stiring the mixture half way through. Dip is done when browned and bubbly on the edges.

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  • josiepie 10 years ago
    This was sooo good! No one knew it was lower in fat than the original. I loved the roasted peppers. They really added a nice touch of flavor as well as some pretty color. I prefer it hot, but it tastes great cold too! I served it with some bagel chips that I made by cutting up whole wheat bagels and toasting them on a cookie sheet for a few minutes (til crunchy).
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  • mollyscookin 10 years ago
    Leslie- I eat it with Stacy's Pita chips- but I am sure it would be good with some good quality torilla chips.
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  • leslieg1979 10 years ago
    I am going to try this one out for the cooking club on Monday. What kind of chips do you think I should serve with this? I hope it is good. I will let you know.
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  • mollyscookin 11 years ago
    Good, I am glad you liked it! Cold or hot?
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    " It was excellent "
    magali777 ate it and said...
    love this one, saved!
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