Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Artichoke Dip

I've been meaning to post this recipe for quite some time. It is my most requested recipe and anybody who has tried my artichoke dip wants me to make it for every occasion. I got this recipe from a friend a long time ago. She brought it to our party and now I make this at most of our holidays.

The reason I haven't posted it is that I can't seem to get a photo of it that really shows just how amazing it is. This photo was taken before it was baked and doesn't give it any justice. My mouth is watering as I write this post because it is a ooey gooey dip with many chunks of artichokes, spicy chilis and jalapenos. If you don't like it spicy this is not the dip for you. This dip does come with a warning. If you make it you will be asked to make it all the time. Enjoy.

1 can of 14 oz artichoke hearts
1 can of 4 oz chopped green chilis (drained)
1 can of 4 oz chopped jalapenos (drained)
1 bar of cream cheese softened
1 cup mayo
2 cups grated Parmesan (reserve 1/4 cup for the top)

Pre heat oven to 350

Drain artichokes and chop into bite size pieces. Drain chilis and jalapenos. 

Put all ingredients in a large bowl and and stir together until all is incorporated. Pour into a 9x9 baking dish and sprinkle the remaining cheese on the top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 min or until bubbling and golden.


  1. Ooh, yummy! I bet this is good!

  2. Mmm I love artichoke dip, definitely one of my favorite party dips. Thanks for sharing :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

  3. This looks yummy. I've never actually made this myself; one of my aunts always makes it upon request. (Isn't that nice of her?) Ziplisting it, maybe I'll make it for her!

    1. Great. Let me know how it turns out. What is ziplisting?

    2. It is a website/app that saves recipes and compiles shopping lists based on which recipes you add to your weekly list. I am obsessed with it; it makes shopping a little easier too.

  4. Stopping over from TastyKitchen (Waves) I've got a recipe I used the one time I made artichoke dip, it was not bad, but to my memory required a lot of ingredients and wasn't stellar. I'll be marking this one to try for the next family potluck.