Mellow Mushroom offers a range of delightful and scrumptious recipes for food lovers, and from their desirable menu, I have personally been a fan of Spinach Artichoke Dip. Hence, I have perfected this homemade procedure of Mellow Mushroom Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe that I will be sharing with you today.
Tip: The store-bought canned and chilled dip sauce can never beat the homemade dip’s freshness, aroma, and taste.
With perfect seasoning, this dip can be served as an appetizer or a side with snacks, and the main course; whatever you choose to serve it with, I guarantee it will serve as a crowd-pleaser. So, either it’s a holiday picnic or a weekend party, try this dip to provide a booster to your meals.
So, without waiting further, let’s have a look at its mesmerizing recipe.
Mellow Mushroom Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe
- 10 oz Spinach. Frozen, (thawed, water drained)
- 15 oz Artichoke hearts. Chopped
- 8 oz Cream Cheese.
- ⅔ cup Sour Cream.
- ⅓ cup Mayonnaise.
- 2 cloves Garlic. Minced
- 2 Scallions. Diced, small
- 1 cup Gruyere Swiss Cheese. Shredded
- ½ cup Parmesan Cheese. Grated
- 1¼ tsp Sriracha Hot Sauce.
- 1½ tsp Worcestershire Sauce.
- ½ tsp Kosher Salt.
- ⅛ tsp Pepper.
Preparation of Mellow Mushroom Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe;
- Preheat the oven to 350oF.
- Lightly coat the baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
- Take a large bowl and beat the Cream Cheese until it smoothens.
- Add Mayonnaise and Sour Cream, beat again until the mixture smoothens.
- Now, add all the remaining ingredients and stir well until it combines properly.
- Transfer the mixture to the greased baking dish.
- Bake the mixture for 25 to 30 minutes or until everything is hot, bubbles appear, and the top of it turns golden brown.Your creamy dip is ready to be served.
Spinach; The Nutritional Powerhouse
Human health is the whole kit of caboodles, and we need to maintain it for our well-being. Whereas veggies are usually low in calories and high in nutrients, spinach makes for a superfood. Spinach is a green leafy vegetable rich in minerals, vitamins, protein, and iron. No wonder, with all such nutrients spinach, is highly beneficial for hair, skin, and the liver. In contrast, Artichoke is one of the highest-ranked veggies regarding antioxidant concentration per serving. Antioxidants serve as an anti-aging element for body cells and heal exercise-induced cell damages.
Nutritional Value per Serving
Spinach Artichoke contains the following nutrients;
- Carbohydrates 5 g
- Fat 17 g
- Saturated Fat 8 g
- Cholesterol 42 mg
- Sugar 2 g
- Dietary Fibers 1 g
- Protein 7 g
- Sodium 453 mg
- Calcium 183 mg
- Potassium 149 mg
- Iron 1 mg
- Vitamin A 3234 IU
- Vitamin C 2 mg
Let the baked dip cool and then store it in an airtight jar and refrigerate. It can stay safe in the refrigerator for three days. The dip can be refreshed by reheating, and it still gives a good taste.
However, it is not recommended to freeze the dips containing dairy products, as it doesn’t freeze well and the ingredients get separated, making the dip grainy and unappetizing.
What to Serve Spinach Artichoke Dip?
The dip can be nicely paired and served with various dishes. For example, it can be best served with roasted chicken, carrots, mini potatoes, parsnips, noodles, spaghetti, mac n cheese, classic tortilla chips, a colorful veggies platter, or even crusty Artisan bread.
Some More Mouth-Watering Dips for You
Looking for more dips? Here are a few healthy, delicious, and mouth-watering recommendations for you;
- Velveeta Spinach Dip
- Longhorn Spinach Dip Recipe
- Green Mill Spinach Dip Recipe
- Hawaiian Bread Spinach Dip Recipe
- Barbecue Sauce
- Hawaiian Spinach Dip
- Yard House Spinach Dip
Mellow Mushroom Spinach Artichoke Dip Recipe is easy to make and adds more delicacy to your full course meal. I hope you will love this simple yet delicious recipe. Let me know about your experience with this eternal dip 😉