Food Network and Betty Crocker both provide good baked artichoke spinach dip recipes. Both recipes require minimal preparation time and cook in about 30 minutes. More »

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Recipes That Crock publishes a good recipe for spinach artichoke dip for slow cookers on its website, RecipesThatCrock.com. The recipe takes 10 minutes to prepare and one minute to cook, and it serves 10 to 12 people. Be... More »

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Making Olive Garden's spinach and artichoke dip involves combining fresh or canned artichokes, cream cheese, mascarpone cheese, flour and Parmesan cheese, along with crushed red pepper, fresh thyme, fresh parsley, spinac... More »

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Many recipes for simple variations of artichoke dip feature a selection of cheeses for a rich dip and spinach to enhance the range of flavors in the dip. Artichoke dip is ideal to serve with crackers, chips, raw vegetabl... More »

Just a Pinch publishes a copycat recipe for Applebee’s artichoke spinach dip that serves six people. The recipe calls for frozen chopped spinach, artichoke hearts, cheeses, Alfredo sauce and garlic and requires 45 total ... More »

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Recipes That Crock publishes a good recipe for spinach artichoke dip for slow cookers on its website, RecipesThatCrock.com. The recipe takes 10 minutes to prepare and one minute to cook, and it serves 10 to 12 people. Be... More »

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To make artichoke dip in a slow cooker such as a Crock-Pot, blend spinach, artichoke hearts, Alfredo sauce, mayonnaise, cheese and spices and cook them for up to 4 hours. Serve the mixture on sliced baguettes or in a sou... More »

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