Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Warm Skillet Bread Artichoke Spinach Dip

If you never make, bake or cook anything else in your entire life,

 please make this,
I beg you...it is delicious!!

I didn't take blow by blow pictures...
it was night time, the kitchen was dark and I didn't realize 
what a hit it would be.
Next time, and believe me, there will be a next time!!

 I did not make the bread as called for in the recipe, 
used one tube of Pillsbury, ready made french bread.
Cut it into bite size pieces and it worked perfectly.
I did not change the recipe, otherwise.

And do you see that red pot holder/heat protector on the handle,
buy one, you'll need it, it works great!

If you are interested in the pot holder, you can find it here
at Amazon.com.
I was not able to find one in stores!!

The recipe is here, in case you missed the link above!!

Sharing with
Stephanie at The Enchanting Rose 

25 comments:

  1. My grandson makes the best artichoke dip. I have to send this recipe to him. He's gonna love it. And, maybe he will share with me. hehe

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  2. Sounds like heaven in a pan. Just got a new cast iron skillet. I think this must be made this weekend!

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  3. Not only does this sound delicious but it's such a beautiful dish, especially in that cast iron skillet. Everything looks better cooked in cast iron! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. That is by far the best recipe that I have tried for artichoke dip. I do make my own bread, but in a pinch I could make it with the canned french bread. The first time I fixed it, it was gone so fast.
    I love serving bread out of my skillet anyway. :) That grippy thing on the handle looks like it is something I need. :) Have a lovely day Debbie.

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  5. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I have company coming this weekend, if we can get rid of this darned snow ;) I know what I am going to be starting off with.

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  6. Oh boy - now that is the bomb! Looks so good. I'm going to try it once I get the pie making experiments out of the way. :)

    xoxo

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  7. Your pictures turned out great, I could almost "lick the screen"! It looked sooo good! I will check out the link and print this recipe off to make. I love getting inspired with new dishes to try, and your iron skillet with a pot-holder is nice. I do need one of those. Will check that link out as well! Have a wonderful day :)

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  8. Mmmmm, sounds comforting on a cold day.

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  9. Looks so good, this actually made me hungry!!!

    Stopping in via Beate's blog, just read your comment there and I agreed. She does have such a way with uplifting our spirits. ;-)

    Nice blog you have here too, LOVE your header and blog name too.

    Have a great week, G

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  10. Debbie, but delicacies.
    At the sight of this food I'm very hungry.
    Greetings.

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  11. Sure wish I could try it! It's tricky cooking without yeast, dairy or eggs!

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  12. Oh that sounds interesting, I like raw spinach,not so much cooked, but combined with all the other stuff may cover that up

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  13. Well - that does look yummy! I like the idea of using the Pillsbury bread, too! I love the pot handle thingy! Thanks for the recipe and link. x Karen

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  14. It looks great, Debbie, has to be very good !!
    I like the pot. Good wednesday.
    Besos.

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  15. Your begging worked, sweet friend...I must try this SOON! :) This looks oh-so-good.

    Thanks for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. Hugs!

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  16. Oh something delicious is cooking here!

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  17. Oh yummy! I will try this one for sure. We love this as a dip so adding the bread sounds so good. Hugs for the one.

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