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    filed under: Bread on January 26, 2015

    This Spinach Artichoke Dip recipe is the one recipe everyone looks forward to. Whether it be for the holidays, game day, or a Saturday!

    Spinach Artichoke Dip with Baked Rolls!

    Skillet Spinach Artichoke Dip

    By far my favorite way to prepare this classic dip is in a cast iron skillet. Not only does the cheese melt perfectly but it is the perfect way to add fresh bread. And who doesn’t love to dip freshly baked bread into the perfect Spinach Artichoke Dip?

    I have made this recipe quite a few times.  I mean, #da. Once you introduce a cheesy gooey fabulous recipe like this into your life, how can you not indulge in it as often as possible?

    Cheesy Skillet Spinach Artichoke Dip

    It is a carb lovers dream.  Warm buttery cheesy bread over a rich and decadent spinach dip?

    Sign. Me. Up.

    Spinach Artichoke Dip

    I was (am) so enamored with it that I took picture after picture after picture. That slightly browned parmesan cheese nestled in a hot skillet of ooey gooey deliciousness was enough to make my mouth water.

    Most of us are pretty familiar with spinach & artichoke dips, but this one… this is the BEST.

    Cheesy Skillet Spinach and Artichoke Dip with Baked Rolls!

    What makes it the best?

    Skillet.

    Rich ingredients.

    Covered in warm fresh baked bread.

    Spinach and Artichoke Dip with Baked Rolls!

    Hot.

    Fresh.

    Baked.

    Bread.

    Covered in butter and cheese.

    I die.

    Not really, but I am in a little food coma.

     

    Spinach Artichoke Dip in a Skillet

    I just can’t even.  No words.  Which is sucky since I am required by Food Blog Law to write all the words.

    Please don’t turn me in.

    Spinach Artichoke Dip in Cast Iron Skillet

    I will feed you full of cheesy ooey gooey melty luxurious fabulousness.

    Cheesy Skillet Spinach Artichoke Dip with Baked Rolls!

    Or just send you the recipe.

    I can’t be trusted.

    Tips, Tricks, Variations:

    Can this spinach and artichoke dip recipe be made in a crockpot? Yes! Simply combine all ingredients except the bread in a large bowl and then transfer to your crockpot. Heat for 2-3 hours on low, stirring occasionally. The bread will still need to be made in the oven, but you can thaw the bread and then simply bake for 15 minutes at 350°F before you serve. We love popping this spinach and artichoke dip in the slow cooker before church and coming home to a delicious snack!

    Want to recreate Applebee’s Spinach and Artichoke Dip? Add 2 cups of mozzarella to the ingredients! Add in when you add the other cheeses.

    Fun variations: Try adding 1/3 cup of finely chopped onion. For an extra special kick, prepare a package (usually about 1 pound) of bacon until very crispy and crumble into small pieces. Stir half into the mixture and sprinkle the rest on top after the spinach artichoke dip is done baking. If you love heat, finely dice a jalapeno and add to the mixture before baking.

    Can you reheat Spinach Artichoke Dip? To reheat the dip, I recommend adding leftovers to a skillet and heating for about 15 minutes in the oven at 350°F. Cooking time will depend on how much you have left over, so just keep an eye on it.

    Can you double this recipe? You bet! Just make sure you have a big enough skillet. When I double it I often do NOT double the number of artichokes, but that is just a personal preference.

    Spinach Artichoke Bread
    Prep Time
    15 mins
    Cook Time
    35 mins
    Rising Time
    1 hr 30 mins
    Total Time
    50 mins
     

    This Spinach Artichoke Dip recipe is the one recipe everyone looks forward to. Whether it be for the holidays, game day, or a Saturday!

    Course: Appetizer
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: Spinach Artichoke Bread
    Servings: 6 servings
    Author: Amanda
    Ingredients
    • 12 frozen dinner rolls thawed, instructions below
    • 1 eight-ounce package cream cheese softened
    • 1 eight-ounce carton sour cream
    • 1/4 c milk can also use heavy cream
    • 6 oz shredded parmesan cheese divided
    • 4 oz shredded asiago cheese
    • 14 oz can artichoke hearts drained and finely chopped
    • 3 c finely chopped fresh baby spinach
    • 2 cloves garlic minced
    • 1 tbsp. butter melted
    Instructions
    1. Place frozen rolls 2 inches apart on baking sheet lined with wax paper.
    2. Let rise for 1 to 1 1/2 hours or until nearly double in size.
    3. Preheat oven to 350°F.

    4. In a stand mixer (or using a hand-held mixer) beat cream cheese on medium-high speed until smooth.
    5. Add sour cream and milk; beat until combined. Remove bowl from mixer.
    6. Fold in 4 ounces of parmesan cheese and 4 ounces of asiago cheese by hand.
    7. Stir in finely chopped artichokes, finely chopped spinach, and garlic.
    8. Transfer artichoke mixture to a 12-inch skillet that has been buttered or sprayed with non-stick spray, spreading evenly.
    9. Bake for about 20 minutes or until dip is just slightly browned around edges. Remove skillet from oven.
    10. Arrange rolls with sides touching on top of hot dip (rolls will fit snugly and cover entire surface). (Be careful to not deflate rolls as you transfer to skillet)
    11. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes more or until rolls are golden and dip is hot.
    12. Remove from oven and sprinkle remaining 2 ounces of parmesan cheese over bread and lightly brush roll tops with melted butter.

    Recipe adapted from Better Homes and Gardens.

    I think you are going to LOVE this homemade spinach and artichoke dip recipe with cheesy bread rolls! I know we do. <3

    Perfect Spinach and Artichoke Dip made in a Skillet!

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    Comments

    Oh my!! This dip is a total winner..and soooo dangerous. Love this!

    Well this recipe is making me happy in my soul. Cheese and bread? Sign me right on up!

    Oh wow, I don’t need any convincing here. You got me at cheesy! Love the rolls on top too.

    I love this spin on spinach and artichoke dip with baked bread on top it looks incredible. I just saw that you are one of the speakers at BYB this year Amanda. I so look forward to hearing and meeting you! 🙂

      Ahhhhh!!! So excited!!!! You better hug me girl! 🙂

    OMG! How yummy!

    I’ve been following you on IG for ages, but I don’t know why I had never checked your awesome blog out! You’re amazing! <3

    http://icel3lue.blogspot.com/

    Oh. my. gosh!!!!!! Amanda, this is amazing!!

    This could be addictive… 😉

    Hella YUM. The dipper and the dip all in one skillet. SO GOOD.

    I LOVE spinach and artichoke dip! This just made my heart smile.

    I love anything made in a skillet and I know this dip would be no exception. I mean, cheese, spinach dip and warm fresh bread?! Hope I can try this this weekend for the superbowl!

    It doesn’t get any better than this! Pinned!!

    Love everything about this! Cheesy dip and fresh bread are the perfect match!

    Now THAT is a spinach artichoke dip if I have ever seen one! 🙂

    Just, YES. There are no words!

    Uuuhhhh… I am so lost for words as well. I may or may not have nibbled on the corner of my phone just so I can control my need to have this in my life right away. Would it be weird to make this at 11pm with no intentions of saving anything for the coming morning? It can’t be weird. It feels so right.

    Amanda, I’m loving the savory recipe from you today!!!! and oh my gawd, that spinach dip?!!!! and you covered it with fresh baked bread?!!!! LOVE!!!!

    That is sheer genius my friend! You know how much bread means to me. And know it’s got on of my favorite dips with it.
    I’m rejoicing!

    Happy Wednesday!

    I love this idea! Cheesy, gooey, and covered in bread?! YES!!

    MY GOODNESS! This is just a dream com true 😉

    Hi, I’m making this for a party tomorrow. I made the dip ahead and plan to bake tomorrow. I’m confused about steps 11 and 12. After baking 15-20 mins, then bake another 10 mins? Then add parmesan cheese to rolls then bake 5 mins? Is this correct. Step 12 to bake another 10 mins vs adding that time to step 11’s baking time is what is confusing me. Thanks this looks very good.

    Also what kind of frozen rolls??? There are a bunch

    This looks delicious! Can this be made in the oven?

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