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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Divine Artichoke Dip


If you like artichokes, I promise you, you're gonna love the mess outta this recipe! I just noticed there have been a lot of cheesy offerings lately, so next week, I will make something that does not call for it.
When (not if) you make this, please let me know how much you enjoyed it. :)

Divine Artichoke Dip (also great as side dish)
1 1/2 cup Duke's sugar free mayo
2 cans (32 oz each) of marinated artichoke hearts
4 T. garlic powder
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
1 cup Parmesan
In a large bowl, chop artichokes quarters into smaller pieces.












Add all other ingredients to the bowl and mix well. Spoon into casserole dish, and smooth out evenly.












Bake at 400 degrees or until golden brown.







Serve hot. (You may need drool bibs!) The big Frito scoops are best with this dip. It also makes an excellent small serving side dish with homemade pita chips. Yum...can ya smell it?

14 comments:

Mountain Woman said...

Gawd, I'm hungry!

Love artichoke dips....!

they actually have sugar free DUkes -I guess they would, as they'd have all kinds of things sugar free. huhn.

Carrie Wilson Link said...

I could stick my whole face in there, it looks so good!

kimmirich said...

This looks so yummy.
I'm doing you mac n cheese for Christmas as family loves pasta. Thanks Angie!
hugs

Janna Qualman said...

Oh my goodness that looks so good. I'd try to add spinach, too. And there's absolutely NOTHING wrong with cheesy offerings. ;)

Merry Christmas, Angie!

Michelle H. said...

I've never tried artichokes before. Always got scared it was some alien mind-control veggie.

*sorry, weird mood today.*

jill said...

mmmmmmmm.....that should be on all the holiday buffet tables....mmmmmmmm

giddymomof6 said...

Yumm! That looks awesome! Thanks for posting! I think I'm gonna have to try it!

Angie Ledbetter said...

MW, yeah, sugar free. That's what got me to try it to begin with. Tastes just like "regular" mayo. And all my veggie-likin' friends can eat this. :)

Carrie, it makes my mouth water just to think about it. The smell that goes all over the house...

I'll expect full reportage, Kimmi!

Merry, merry to you too, Janna. And spinach does sound like a good addition. (But us here in the swamps HEART Spinach Madeleine. I met the inventor of that recipe and she's a hoot.)

Michelle, how'd you know? But those aliens are from a planet that adores writing/writers, so dive right in! :)

Yes ma'am, Jill. 'Twill be!

Giddy, you really must. Make a double batch for your crew.

Debbie said...

I just love this stuff! And, it makes a great single serving size meal:)

Anonymous said...

To take it over top, substitute Feta for the Mozzerela. Yea, spelling is lacking today.
Oren

Shammickite said...

That looks yummy, I may have to try to make it.... but we don't have the same ingredients on our supermarket shelves here in Canada as you do, but even so, I would steer away from anything that advertises itself as sugar free yet still tastes the same, as I really don't trust any of those artificial chemical sweeteners. Give me real sugar any day!

Eric Curtis said...

Way late to the party. I copied and emailed that recipe to my aunt and a coworker who are both Artichokeaholics.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Yes ma'am, Debbie. And if you double it, somebody else can get a taste. :)

Shammickite, recipe works the same with regular mayo.

They're gonna love ya, Eric.

2nd Cup of Coffee said...

Looks delish. I've been looking for another way to serve up artichokes.
And by the way, have yourself a merry little Christmas. So glad to have found you this year, even if it's near the end of the year!

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