I was going to post yet another non-recipe post… and you may have to get used to that for a little while, because lately I’ve been cooking “reruns” or semi-meals that don’t count for much as far as blogging goes. BUT I had this one saved up (well, the photos anyway) so I figured I’d throw you a bone.

This is my step-mother’s recipe, and it’s actually the first recipe in my binder. It’s DELICIOUS and very easy to throw together on a moment’s notice. You can have most of the stuff in stock in your pantry or freezer (there is always lots of cheese in my freezer), so it’s good husband-invited-someone-over-and-there’s-no-food-in-the-house food.

Artichoke dip... yum

Start preheating the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, in a bowl, mix together:

4 cans of artichoke hearts (not marinated), drained and roughly chopped.

Artichoke dip... yum

16 oz sour cream (fat free is actually find here, though low-fat is probably a little better).

Artichoke dip... yum

4 Tablespoons of flour + salt and pepper to taste

Artichoke dip... yum

Stir it really well to coat everything.

Artichoke dip... yum

Then add your cheese. The “correct” cheeses are:

12 oz Montery Jack cheese, shredded

4 oz Parmesan cheese, shredded

(Those are the best, but I usually use whatever I have lying around)

Artichoke dip... yum

Mix mix mix.

Artichoke dip... yum

Top with Jane’s Crazy Mixed-Up Pepper and bake 45 minutes or until bubbly!

Artichoke dip... yum

Enjoy with pita chips, wheat thins, crostini, or something else sturdy.

5 Comments on Creamy Baked Artichoke Heart Dip Recipe

  1. Yum! Yum! Yum! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  2. Oh YUM!!!! I love artichoke dip. I also add garlic and some spinich. Mmmm….

  3. Karen says:

    omg, that totally reminds me of a christmas potluck i went to YEARS ago where someone served that..it WAS SO good.
    You’ve inspired me t make it….project for tomorrow:)

  4. Laura says:

    One of my new years resolutions is to take more photos! Your pictures of your dinner as it’s being made are brilliant! Great blog!

  5. Michelle says:

    Your recipe is quite similar to my spinach artichoke dip I make for my husband. I usually add some cream cheese for creamyness and a little garlic and it turns out great, just that little kick of flavor.

    I make mine on the stove top since I’m lazy about using the oven for some things, plus it takes less time.

    Love it!

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