A-Freaking-Mazing Artichoke Dip

A while ago, I posted another recipe for artichoke dip, but let me tell you – this one blows that one out of the water.

This one is thicker and richer, thanks to the cream cheese, and it also has a zing of flavor from the seasonings I added. This one is also grain-free (the other one used flour as a thickener). Plus, it has yummy spinach swirled throughout it. Score!

Spinach artichoke dip has always been one of my favorite appetizers to order in restaurants, but I basically never order it anymore because it’s always served with chips/bread/crackers. This one is just as awesome as the restaurant varieties (well, more so because you know exactly what you’ve put in it) and since it’s in my own kitchen, I can eat it with whatever I’d like. Cheese crisps are a great “cracker” for scooping it up, and it’s also great with carrot sticks, celery, strips of raw bell peppers, or any number of other goodies.

Artichoke dip and cheese crisps

Another great thing about this dip is that it can be made very quickly by microwaving the ingredients sort-of-separately, mixing, then broiling in the oven. If you have more time and want fewer steps in preparation though, you could just mix everything together  and then throw it in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 30-45 minutes or until it’s heated through.

You will need:

  • 8 oz. Cream Cheese, warmed in the microwave for 2 minutes on 50% heat to soften it – (Even if you’re making your dip in the oven, pre-microwaving the cream cheese will help you mix it with the other ingredients, so I recommend not skipping this step.)
  • A dollop of sour cream – maybe 1/4 – 1/3 cup
  • A dollop of mayonnaise – about 1/4 cup
  • About a cup of chopped spinach (either fresh, cooked, or frozen, thawed)
  • 2 cans or jars of non-marinated artichoke hearts, roughly chopped
  • Garlic salt
  • Chili powder – be generous! The cream cheese and sour cream will act to “cool” the dip, so you can sprinkle away with the chili!
  • A handful of shredded mozzarella cheese

Mix all ingredients in a baking dish, and sprinkle on a bit more mozzarella, then broil until the cheese is browned.

Artichoke dip and cheese crisps

Now you can get down to the business of eating and enjoying your delicious dip. Try it with:

  1. Zero-Carb Homemade Baked Cheese Crisps
  2. Carrot sticks
  3. Celery sticks
  4. Strips of raw bell peppers
  5. Pork rinds
  6. A spoon
  7. Homemade grain-free crackers (I’m thinking of a sesame-seed based one that I may try to make!)
  8. Slices of turnips, jicama, or large radishes

I also think it would be great in hollowed-out Roma tomato halves or jalapeno pepper halves, possibly wrapped with bacon. Dear goodness…. *sigh*

Artichoke dip and cheese crisps






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115 Comments

  1. Danielle
    Oct 07, 2014 @ 17:34:01

    Using 1/2 marinated artichokes 1/2 unmarinated is 500 times tastier. You should try it. Been making it for years and it is always a huge hit.

    Reply

  2. shari
    Sep 01, 2014 @ 16:10:03

    stuffing mushrooms with my dip today!!! Can’t wait to try!

    Reply

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  7. CArl
    Sep 19, 2013 @ 15:41:28

    I cannot get your Peanut butter ball recipe. When I click on it I am sent to the Amazing Artichoke recipe. Can you tell me how to get it? Thank you.

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  11. Amy
    Jan 19, 2013 @ 23:30:20

    Not so amazing. Made it exactly as recipe says. My family was excited to try it but that quickly fizzled and it sat in my fridge the rest of the week. Perhaps altering the recipe like others did may help.

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  12. Jiminyc
    Jan 19, 2013 @ 17:50:58

    I made this for a party, didn’t broil it, just put it in a small crockpot for serving. I used some yogurt mixed with the sour cream, this dip is delicious. Absolutely will make again. For those concerned about spices and how much artichokes, it really doesn’t matter, add spices to your own taste and same with the artichokes and spinach. I used one 14.65 oz. can of artichokes, and it seemed plenty to me. The jars are usually smaller than the cans. Thanks for the recipe!

    Reply

  13. Elena
    Jan 02, 2013 @ 09:48:42

    My Family Absolutely Loved this artichoke and spinach dip recipe

    Reply

  14. Holly
    Jan 01, 2013 @ 11:19:15

    Great recipe! I added finely diced red pepper and one jalapeños and it was good!

    Reply

  15. Karen
    Dec 24, 2012 @ 20:35:13

    I made this dip for my Christmas Eve family gathering and what a hit. I didn’t use spinach and I added about a 1/2 cup of Parmesan cheese. I baked it about 15 minutes at 350, then put it under the broiler to brown the cheese. I will keep this on the yummy appetizer list!

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  16. Kc
    Dec 20, 2012 @ 19:13:37

    What size cans of artichoke!!!??

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    • SZ
      Dec 22, 2012 @ 08:16:32

      I wondered the same thing, but just went with it. I used two reg sized cans, like a regular veg can whatever that is. Was afraid it would be too much, but it wasn’t. Someone else said they used more spinach and less artichokes, so I don’t think you can go wrong. It’s more of a “throw it” together recipe, I think.

      Reply

      • tee
        Dec 28, 2012 @ 11:32:28

        you’re absolutely right – i make this with a LOT more spinach 1 16 oz bag squeezed dry (to sneak more veggies in my family’s diet) course that’s nixed by the extra cheese i put in here (fresh parm & pepper jack!) – the combination of different cheeses is great; plus sometimes, i reserve part of the batch and keep it in the fridge to have “fresh” dip ready and waiting later – great for game days and also holidays.

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  17. Bitsy
    Dec 19, 2012 @ 20:15:57

    How much garlic salt and how much is “generous amount” of chili powder?

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    • SZ
      Dec 22, 2012 @ 08:20:39

      Just eyeball it. I was more careful with the garlic salt, because I didn’t want to ruin it by being too salty and actually just shook a little bit of garlic powder in too. You can be pretty generous with the chili powder because of the cream cheese. I am a “need a measure” person too. Just not a go with it cook, makes me nervous, but it turned out great.

      Reply

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  19. LSquared
    Nov 28, 2012 @ 14:08:08

    Instead of sour cream & mayo, I used Greek Yogurt spiced with fresh dill, chili powder, Cavendars, & lemon. Sounds complicated, but its not. Delish👸

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  20. Andrea
    Nov 11, 2012 @ 19:48:11

    I loved this recipe!! I brought it to a family gathering and it was a huge hit! Thank you so much for sharing! I will definitely be making this again.

    Reply

  21. Steffany
    Oct 18, 2012 @ 12:03:41

    how big are the jars of artichoke and how much garlic salt and chili powder?

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  22. Kristin
    Sep 30, 2012 @ 10:40:19

    How much garlic salt and chili powder are you guys using?

    Reply

  23. Deanna
    Sep 12, 2012 @ 11:51:31

    Can’t WAIT to try this! I love your grain-free style and the cheese crisps look SOOO tasty, too! Thanks!!!

    Reply

  24. Marianne
    Sep 10, 2012 @ 12:25:55

    Wow! A-Freaking-Mazing it is! And soooo simple to make. Thanks for this.

    Reply

  25. Stargazer
    Sep 09, 2012 @ 07:29:10

    A great dipping cracker to use is Sesame Ry-Krisp. Lowest carb count of all the Ry-Krisp flavors, and sturdy enough to dip without breaking.

    Reply

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  27. Sarah
    Aug 14, 2012 @ 11:37:23

    I am obsessed with all things artichoke and this recipe closely rivals my favorite!

    http://trialbyfirewin.blogspot.com/2012/08/simple-artichoke-dip.html

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  28. Carolyn Moore
    Jul 28, 2012 @ 14:40:03

    This was sooooooooooooooooo good,I made it twice, the second time I put it on pasta. Had no left over’s.

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  29. Stephanie
    Jul 12, 2012 @ 15:24:28

    I made the spinach dip tonight with all low fat or fat free ingredients and put it on a pizza crust to make spinach artichoke dip pizza. WOW! A Freaking Mazing!!!

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  33. Robin
    Apr 15, 2012 @ 07:36:22

    We made this for a party we went to yesterday. Everyone loved it but I will say it was really dry, I wonder if we somehow cooked it too long.

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  34. sara
    Apr 13, 2012 @ 13:03:13

    i’ve made this many many times as it is always a big hit. thank you so much! i did add some maryland flare in there a few times by putting in jumbo lump crab meat. very tasty.

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  36. Sarah
    Mar 25, 2012 @ 14:01:44

    Hi guys! I haven’t tried this for I have a recipe of my own, but I buy really good roasted garlic Alfredo sauce and add about a cup, along with some parmesan cheese. the Alfredo sauce makes it even more unbelievably creamy! this recipe looks delish, i’ll have to try the addition of chili powder, i love the stuff! Also pita chips are wonderful with it and good old tortilla chips as well!

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  37. Susan
    Mar 05, 2012 @ 17:59:19

    We add a 4 oz can of chopped green chilies to our artichoke dip – delicious!

    Reply

    • Bonnie
      Mar 16, 2012 @ 07:31:55

      I also add the chopped green chilies. Great flavor!

      Reply

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  39. Erin
    Feb 12, 2012 @ 18:05:15

    Just made this tonight- it is awesome! Thanks for this great recipe!!!

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  40. nicki
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 09:13:17

    Made it last night. Delish but its missing something…..
    the kitchen & I have a very NEW relationship so, any suggestions, vets?

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    • kayla
      Jun 08, 2012 @ 10:28:38

      yea add shredded whole garlic instead of the powder and wow its amazing:}..!!!!

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  41. Hannah
    Jan 27, 2012 @ 08:13:23

    Made this dip last weekend and it truly was amazing! The only thing I did different was to use red pepper instead of chili pepper. Will be saving this recipe under favorites!

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  42. Amber
    Jan 22, 2012 @ 20:16:38

    How big of cans of artichokes? and how much garlic salt?

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  43. Jill
    Jan 22, 2012 @ 16:00:57

    Oh my goodness, this was delicious!

    I calculated the nutritional info and thought I’d share to save someone else the time.
    I came up with 9 1/3 cup servings.
    Calories: 176.8
    Fat: 15.7
    Sat Fat: 7.8
    Carbs: 5.3
    Fiber: 1
    Protein: 3.6

    Funny that someone counting carbs would even make this, huh? :) Worth every calorie!

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    • Roz
      Jul 10, 2012 @ 09:01:27

      That would be 5 Points Plus on the Weight Watchers program for 1/3 cup per your calculations.

      Reply

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  46. Monica
    Jan 16, 2012 @ 20:05:24

    I made this dip for my NFL playoff party this weekend and it was FAB!!! Best artichoke dip EVER! You could eat it with a spoon….and I did!! I loved it so much, I shared it on my blog. I will be linking it back to you! Thanks!

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  48. erica
    Dec 30, 2011 @ 13:49:48

    The name is perfect for this recipe. I’ve made it twice…and getting ready to make it for a new years eve party. thanks for the great recipe.

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  49. Kevin (Closet Cooking)
    Dec 06, 2011 @ 20:22:34

    That dip looks amazing!

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  50. Lisa
    Nov 13, 2011 @ 16:46:17

    I’ve made a similar recipe but used red pepper and red pepper flakes instead of chili powder. Awesome!

    Reply

  51. Allison
    Nov 09, 2011 @ 15:39:10

    This looks amazing! How much garlic salt and chili powder do you use?

    Reply

  52. Esther
    Nov 05, 2011 @ 12:59:33

    Absolutely incredible recipe. I’ve made this twice now, the first time for a party, and it was eaten so fast that there was no time to take pictures! Thanks for posting :)

    Reply

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  54. Heather
    Oct 24, 2011 @ 19:21:56

    This was hands down the BEST artichoke dip I’ve EVER had! Make it now people!!

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  55. Bethany
    Oct 20, 2011 @ 18:53:45

    A-freaking-mazing is right! I just made this for dinner and OMG I am just blown away. This was great! Only change I made was I added a bunch of chopped cooked chicken breast. I cooked the chicken in a cast iron skillet in bacon fat (my favorite way, keeps it moist) and then once everything was mixed, I returned it back to the skillet with the leftover grease and the browned bits and cooked it a little that way. Threw on a cheddar jack shred mix and some fresh grated parmesan.

    Even my KIDS ate their veggies with this! I served it with cut up celery, carrots and turnips, and some grain-free sesame/sunflower crackers. Simply phenomenal. I think I’ve gotten more awesome recipes from your blog than anywhere else.

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  56. Darcy
    Oct 19, 2011 @ 14:37:27

    How big are the jars that the artichokes are in? I bought two jars at Costco, will one be enough?

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  60. Aaria
    Oct 02, 2011 @ 05:21:00

    Yummy ………. it looks really yummy…. i’ll surely try it… thanks for sharing dear! :)

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  61. KK in Dallas
    Sep 20, 2011 @ 07:25:38

    I’m thinking some toasted pita for dipping.

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  63. Amber Killmon
    Aug 10, 2011 @ 13:46:39

    The thought of artichokes scare me, but this looks so good I think I could overcome that fear!

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  66. epicjess
    Apr 23, 2011 @ 04:03:56

    Looks yummy!!! But, needs bacon.

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  67. Juss
    Feb 08, 2011 @ 12:00:21

    Awesome, very delicious! Thanks!

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    Dec 18, 2010 @ 18:38:36

    OMG…I just tried this for the first time tonight….it was so FREAKING amazing!!! THANK YOU!

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  73. Ambre Sautter
    Jul 31, 2010 @ 02:11:37

    This looks absolutely A.MA.ZING.!

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  74. Mary Frances
    Jul 28, 2010 @ 13:04:36

    Thank you SO much for this. I have printed out both recipes (this and the cheese crackers-which I made three batches of last night). Can't wait to see more!

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  75. JoyfulAbode
    Jul 24, 2010 @ 05:36:34

    yes that's exactly what i use. the “marinated” ones are really gross in my opinion.

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  76. Jennifer
    Jul 23, 2010 @ 18:42:18

    I can't wait to make this! All I have is canned artichokes in water?? Will that work?

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  77. Melissa Hettick
    May 10, 2010 @ 23:12:18

    Sure is my dear!!

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  78. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 23:30:37

    Oh, yay! I'm glad you liked it!

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  79. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 23:28:11

    You absolutely may post it to the FFF stuff. :) Just make sure to say it's by Emily Chapelle at http://www.JoyfulAbode.com in both (and link from the website too). Spinach is coming in this week's baskets, right? Perfect timing!

    Reply

  80. Melissa Hettick
    May 09, 2010 @ 22:40:12

    Awesome recipe! May I have permission to post it in the FFF newsletter/site?

    Reply

  81. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:30:37

    Oh, yay! I'm glad you liked it!

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  82. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:30:09

    Good! It's so on my to-make-again-and-again list!

    Reply

  83. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:30:09

    Good! It's so on my to-make-again-and-again list!

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  84. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:29:56

    Awesome Gina! I hope you enjoy it! :)

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  85. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:29:56

    Awesome Gina! I hope you enjoy it! :)

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  86. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:29:42

    Yes, the cheese crisps are. :)

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  87. JoyfulAbode
    May 09, 2010 @ 16:29:42

    Yes, the cheese crisps are. :)

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  88. Mayness
    May 03, 2010 @ 23:13:43

    Made this tonight – yum! Even though I left it in the oven a bit too long and it was kinda dry, it tasted fabulous. I prepared all sorts of stuff to dip in it… raw veggies, the cheese crisps (also yum!) and baked tortilla chips for my non-primal husband. I'll definitely make this again.

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  89. Carrie Anne
    May 03, 2010 @ 21:00:46

    This is so on my to-make list.

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  90. Gina
    May 02, 2010 @ 23:35:17

    This looks and sounds fab. I love that you have grain free recipes on your website. I've always been a big fan of spinach and artichokes, so this is a no brainer for me.
    Gina

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  92. Budger
    Apr 27, 2010 @ 20:44:41

    This looks amazing! Can't wait to try it. Are the cheese crisps gluten-free?

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  93. Budger
    Apr 27, 2010 @ 13:44:41

    This looks amazing! Can't wait to try it. Are the cheese crisps gluten-free?

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  94. JoyfulAbode
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:33:12

    Thanks for stopping by, Kelly! I really hope you like them if you try them – I can't imagine NOT liking them though. yum, yum. The chili powder was a last-minute whim and I'm glad I put it in. It definitely added a kick.

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  95. JoyfulAbode
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:31:58

    You're so welcome, and thank you for commenting to let me know you're enjoying it! :) I really hope you like the dip – it sure reminds me of “restaurant style” spinach artichoke dips. But like you said, Primal. Win!

    Reply

  96. JoyfulAbode
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:30:40

    Yup, lots of dairy. I have nothing against it. And since about the middle of my second trimester I've been craving dairy in all forms, so… yeah.

    Glad you're enjoying your transition.

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  97. JoyfulAbode
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:29:48

    definitely try with the cream cheese too… the other recipe i had didn't have the cream cheese, but this is definitely WAY yummier… in my opinion anyway.

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  98. Kelly the Kitchen Kop
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:21:33

    These DOOOOOO look heavenly!! The chili powder sounds like JUST the thing to make this pop even more. And I want to try the cheese crisps!!

    Kelly

    Reply

  99. Jeff
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:06:26

    Prior to checking this out, my all time fave artichoke dip was that found at Houston's Restaurants. This looks like a close cousin, but Primal, so it goes on my To Do list pronto! Thanks for continuing to share these great treats!

    Reply

  100. Dosenberry
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 17:10:15

    That looks quite amazing!

    Lots of dairy though… I guess since it is a dip I will have to try it soon!

    Primal food is getting more and more delightful! I enjoyed salmon and steamed veggies for dinner tonight :)

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  101. allconsuming
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 16:39:05

    WOW – I make something almost identical in ingredients except without the cream cheese – 1 cup mayo, 1 cup sour cream and then as you do. Have not thought to add spinach before but that is an awesome idea!

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  102. Ashley
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:59:38

    Looks delicious!

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  103. JoyfulAbode
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:45:58

    Are you “counting carbs”? I don't “count” anything anymore… much simpler to just eat real nutrient-dense foods and listen to your body. But I'm not trying to lose weight either. I might count carbs if I were trying for weight loss…

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  104. JoyfulAbode
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:45:09

    haha cosmic explosion. It was pretty amazing, I'll admit.

    low-fat low-calorie is definitely mainstream, but low-carb sure has its following… And since I am decidedly NOT in the low-fat, calorie-counting crowd anymore…well…

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  105. Elizabeth Martin
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:35:58

    It looks delicious, but I'll have to add up the carbs before I try it!

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  106. feastingfitness
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:35:36

    OMG that looks SO freakin' delicious! Great recipe and simple to make–always a plus!

    I can only imagine the cosmic explosion of dipping your amazing cheese crisps into this! WOW!

    PS I love how you named your crisps Zero-Carb, which makes me chuckle because I still see so many people eating up the low-fat and zero-calorie hype. They would be so confused by your Zero-Carb! But Zero-Carb is legit! :)

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    • STEPHANIE
      Aug 06, 2014 @ 11:05:48

      How many people will this serve? Would I need to double the recipe for 8-10 people? I will have other things in addition to the dip and veggies.

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      • Emily Chapelle
        Aug 11, 2014 @ 08:09:57

        I think you’d be fine for 8-10 with other foods. :) Hope you enjoy it!

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