Traditional Spinach Dip

Posted by Mandy on October 18th, 2010. Filed under: Appetizers, Dips.

I don’t know about you, but when I’m planning a party no menu is complete without Spinch Dip. It’s absolutely delicious, easy to prepare ahead of time, and always a people pleaser. I also like to kid myself and tell myself it’s good for me, after all it’s full of veggies right? :) Okay, so maybe it’s not all that healthy but the total deliciousness (is that even a word?) makes up for its lack of health benefits. I personally like to substitute canola mayonnaise and light sour cream for the traditional varieties to make it a little more healthy. No one ever notices the difference!

There are a gazillion varieties out there, but this one is my particular favorite. Make it for your next get-together and neither you nor your attendees will be sorry.

Traditional Spinach Dip

1 pack (10 oz.) frozen baby spinach, thawed

1 (16 oz) container sour cream

1 cup mayonnaise

1 package vegetable recipe mix

3-4 green onions, chopped

Drain all of the water off your spinach well. Mix all ingredients and chill. Serve cold with cubed Hawaiian bread or crackers.

1 Response to Traditional Spinach Dip

  1. Alonzo

    I made these this morning using my cholocate chip cookie recipe. I also put a whole package of cream cheese in it Then I doubled the flour baking powder and cocoa added it in. Then I doubled the streusel topping. Baked them for 12 minutes and they turned out wonderful. Everyone loved them. So thank you soooo much for this recipe.

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