Friday, January 21, 2011

{Garlic cheesy Artichoke Dip}

I will be forever grateful to my friend Danielle for this dip recipe. Over the holidays I had to make it for our family so they could experience the amazingness! It is so so good! And of course they all loved it and wanted the recipe, so I had to post it on here :)
I almost like it better with tortilla chips but most like it with the baguette slices. Either way...Delish!














2 Tbs Butter
5 cloves garlic, minced (I added a little more garlic to mine but if you aren't a huge garlic fan add a clove less)
2 cans artichoke hearts, cut up
16 oz sour cream
2 8oz cream cheese, softened
2 cups sharp cheddar cheese
1 bread bowl with the top cut off and hollowed out

Saute the garlic in the butter for about a minute on med-high heat. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Put the dip in a baking dish, cover the top with foil and heat in the oven for 1  hour at 375. Transfer into a bread bowl. Serve with sliced french or sour dough baguettes or tortilla chips.

18 comments:

  1. This looks really delicious I'll definitely try it! :-)

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  2. This sounds SO much better than the bowl of cereal I just ate! Mmmmmm I love artichoke dip! Fabulous recipe, I can not wait to make this!!!! So easy, so cheesy, so GOOD :)

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  3. I love your blog. Your treats look so yummy! I'm trying some of your greek recipes tonight, can't wait!

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  4. Hi! Why would this bake for 2 hours?? I'm confused.

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    1. Yes I could see why that is confusing. I actually just changed it to 1 hour. Just as long as it is heated through and the cheese is melted.

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  5. This looks extremely delicious!

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  6. This looks extremely delicious!

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  7. ok, this might be a dumb question, but put it in the bread bowl and bake it for an hour? or bake it and then put it in the bread bowl?

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    1. Bake it in a dish and then transfer it to the bread bowl to serve :)

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    2. oh you are a doll :) thank you!!! making it tonight, can't wait to try it!!!

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  8. Im gonna try it here in NORWAY 2.. :)
    MMMMmmm

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  9. Does this need to be eaten warm, or can it be eaten cold?

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  10. Sounds low cal ... Lol ... I love this already! Can't wait to make it

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  11. I've made this a few times now and everyone LOVES it! Thank you for sharing!! We've been putting the baguettes in the oven (while it is still warm from the dip) for a few minutes to warm up the bread. All I can say is Delish!!!

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  12. Hello from Iowa :o)) This appetizer looks wonderful !
    marilyn......!

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  13. gonna make this tonight for girls movie night!!!
    thank you!

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  14. jack facci jdfacci@yahoo.comMay 16, 2013 at 8:41 AM

    doesn't say how many this will serve ?.

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