The best parties include a bread bowl full of Knorr spinach dip!
Deliciously rich and creamy spinach dip is seasoned with Knorr vegetable soup mix and the perfect amount of crunchy water chestnuts!
Served in a loaf of sourdough this dip is a showstopping and delicious party favorite.
Knorr Spinach Dip
- This spinach dip recipe is so quick and easy, it can be made in just 10 minutes!
- The dip is served in a hollowed-out sourdough loaf of bread. No need to use a bowl for this dip!
- Make spinach dip Knorr style ahead of time. It can be made 2 days before serving which gives the flavors a good chance to blend!
- Naturally gluten-free and low-carb, this recipe for spinach dip is perfect for most dietary requirements. Just make sure not to serve it in a bread bowl when entertaining your gluten-free friends!
- The extra pieces of bread can be used for dipping, or add someTostitos to the side.
Ingredients and Variations
Spinach: Frozen is best for this recipe. Fresh spinach needs to be washed, trimmed, and chopped before using, while frozen is more economical and time-saving.
Water Chestnuts: Water chestnuts provide a delicious crunch in this recipe. They should be drained well and finely chopped before using. Find water chestnuts in small cans in the Asian section of the local supermarket.
Base: Sour cream and mayo give spinach dip its velvety texture. For a thicker dip, add some softened cream cheese. And of course, the creamy base is nothing without a delicious Knorr soup mix!
Bread: Use a round loaf of sourdough or pumpernickel. This recipe can also be served in a bowl with a side of chopped up bread!
Variations: Mix in some marinated chopped artichokes, sauteed leeks, finely chopped celery, bell peppers, or even walnuts.
How to Make Knorr Spinach Dip
Spinach Dip Made with Knorr is a welcome addition to any party or get-together!
- Combine all ingredients (per the recipe below) in a large bowl and mix.
- Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour before serving. Serve cold.
Storing Spinach Dip Made With Knorr
- Keep leftover spinach dip in a covered container for up to 3 days in the refrigerator.
- Add a few extra ingredients in this artichoke dip recipe to leftovers and it’s a whole new classic recipe that can be served hot!
- It is possible to freeze Knorr spinach dip, but the texture won’t be the same due to the sour cream. If you decide to freeze it, thaw it on medium-low on the stovetop, stir in a little heavy cream, and adjust the seasonings which should make it rich and creamy again!
Knorr Spinach Dip
- In a medium bowl, combine spinach, sour cream, mayonnaise, water chesnuts, soup mix, and green onion. Refrigerate for about one hour before serving.
- Meanwhile, scoop out the center of the sourdough loaf. Slice the top of the loaf off. Cut around the edge of the loaf, and remove the center of the bread. Cut the top of the loaf and scooped out part of the bread into chunks.
- Add dip to the well in the bread. Serve the dip with bread chunks and crackers.
- Be sure to squeeze out excess moisture from the spinach before adding it to the dip.
- Enhance the flavor by adding ingredients like roasted red peppers, garlic, or artichoke hearts.
- Refrigerate the dip for at least an hour to allow the flavors to meld and thicken.
- Get creative with dippers, such as cucumber slices, carrot sticks, pita wedges, or toasted baguette slices.
Nutrition information does not include optional ingredients or garnish and is an estimate. It may change based on actual ingredients and cooking methods used.
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