So good! Very tasty and flavorful. I used water instead of skim milk (because we were out) and made a double batch using a covered stoneware baker rather than a crock pot. Turned out beautifully and made a lot! I am already planning to make it again this weekend.
This dip is excellent! I made it for a holiday party and it was a huge success. Everyone remarked more than once on how good it was. It's a keeper for sure!
Omit the mayo to cut the fat and calories. Still creamy & good!
Amazing! Best I have ever had!
Awesome! It is better than any I've had including restaurants! Even better reheated the next day!
I've been making this recipe for years and it never disappoints!
This was amazing! I doubled the recipe, left out the tomatoes and cooked it the night before. I got rav reviews at the party I brought it to.
This had an off-taste and I didn't care for it. I wouldn't make it again.
The best I've ever had. Something you would expect at a nice restaurant.
I loved this recipe, I love anything you can just throw in a crock-pot! But the tomato part sounded hard, so i skipped it, and put in a whole chopped red bell pepper instead. Everyone loved it!
This dip was outstanding. Great for a casual get together or a more elegant event. I made it as shown and it got gobbled up in a hurry. Almost addictive. The feta really adds a great flavor. No one could believe it was lower in calories. I served it with reduced fat Wheat Thins instead of making the pita chips. Delicious.
You say 11 ingredients through garlic, but there is no garlic listed!
This dip is rich and tasty and I often make the recipe to take to parties. I have made the dip in the slow cooker and have also warmed it in a baking dish heated at 350âfor about 30 minutes.
I liked the creaminess of this spinach-artichoke dip vs the one from 2007. Easier to spread. The recipe mentions garlic, yet it is not on the ingredient list? I added 3 cloves crushed garlic (based on other recipe). I also think you can omit the sun-dried tomatoes. They get lost among all the other flavors. A good make-ahead recipe, then simply reheat in the microwave.
An excellent indulgence for a party or get together. The flavor is more complex than the typical dip, and it reheats very well. I don't have a 3qt slow cooker, so I prepared this in a heavy enameled cast iron dutch oven over a very low burner. No alterations to the recipe were necessary.