I love shopping at my local Safeway store, it is close, convenient, has my bank in it and fortunately recently remodeled! It has a bakery, florist, fresh fish counter and did I mention a bank, everything I need at one location.
I was looking for a special appetizer to take to my family's holiday get together, and made one of their suggested recipes, Baked Parmesan Dip. I have to admit my family devoured it within 20 minutes, they loved it and all wanted the recipe!
I plan to make it again at Christmas and every Holiday I can, the dip was delicious; flavorful, creamy, a bit of bite from the Parmesan and utterly devourable (is that a word?). Ohh, and it is really easy to make as well, it will be a crowd pleaser at your next party, give it a try, wont ya!
Here is how you make it!
1 package 10 oz frozen chopped spinach or 13.7 oz water packed artichoke hearts drained and chopped (I used spinach in mine)
1 cup reduced fat or regular Safeway select mayonnaise
1 package 3 ounce Lucerne Cream Cheese
1 onion, peeled and minced
1 garlic clove minced
1 cup plus 2 tbl Parmesan Cheese
1/8 tsp Pepper
1/2 tsp Paprika
2 Safeway Select Artisan Baguettes, thinly sliced
Squeeze spinach to remove liquid, with a mixer, beat spinach, mayonnaise, cream cheese, onion, garlic, 1 cup of the Parmesan cheese, and pepper until well combined
Mound mixture in a 3 to 4 cup baking dish, sprinkle evenly with 2 tbsp Parmesan cheese and the Paprika
Bake in a 350 oven until hot in the center and lightly browned on top, 25 to 30 minutes
Serve hot to spread on baguette slices
Oh my, this looks so good! bookmarked it!
Oh it does look yummy! I'll give it try! It can't be bad with that list of ingredients.
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The dip sounds wonderful. I often use the knorr spinach dip on back of their vegetable packet, serve in bread bowl, delish too.
This dip sounds so yummy, Cheryl! I'm going to make this for an upcoming Christmas party.
We used to have a Safeway here in town and I loved it. But it closed and the other 2 stores are just not as good.
This dip sounds so good. Will save this recipe. I agree, those newly remodeled Safeways are NICE.
A very appetizing dip this is, Cheryl!! Just lovely!!!
You didn't use the artichoke? It all sounds good!
oh my gosh i really want to eat this for lunch! it looks amazing!
saved this one... a wonderful party treat
This one is now on my entertaining list; thank you!
I have a store here like that, but in addition to my bank it also has a wine store. Ahh, love the one stop shopping....
The dip sounds and look delicous! Great for the upcoming holidays too. I saw where you recently posted you were seeing New Moon. Did you like it? I already saw it twice and loved it!!!!!
This dip looks very appetizing…so perfect for a baguette slice :)
And they sell stamps! At least my Safeway does here in Seattle. Though I used to live 2 blocks from the post office so...
I like the dips you make, I've always been a bit of a failure when it came to dips.
Oh, I love parmesan cheese. What a fabulous dip!
A great dish to take to a party!
this looks killer!!!
It looks delicious Cheryl - I love dips like this.
This looks AWESOME! I need to have a girly get-together just so I make this cheesy concoction!
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