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Spinach Artichoke Dip with Chobani

[This post brought to you by Chobani Yogurt. All thoughts, comments and ideas are my own]

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I’m not a sports fan (do you really think I have time for that? haha) but I do enjoy the food. My husband is a huge Giants fan so we do catch a few games on his days off. We usually head to my Aunts where we watch it on her giant (ha! it’s a pun) TV and I sit at the kitchen table munching on snacks and reading cookbooks. The snacks are always plentiful, we always make venison chili for the main dish but we fill ourselves up with half a dozen dips and chip/cracker combos.

There seems to be a lot of blind hand to mouth eating, especially when things get tense. I only know what I’ve been told but apparently the Giants are either really good or really bad and sometimes it switches in the middle of the game. To me it’s a great opportunity to get some veggies in my husband so we always have some spinach dip with a veggie tray.

A quick and healthy variation of spinach artichoke dip that comes together almost instantly to get you back to the game in no time #MadewithChobani #sponsored

I remember the first time I helped my mom with her little packet of spinach dip powder. I was more than a little bit shocked, and slightly entertained, at the amount of stuff that went in to it. It was just spinach dip right? Did I really need to dirty every measuring cup in the house? Apparently  the answer was a resounding YES!

Well, have no fear, this recipe has simplified it, most of the ingredients are pre-measured! And it might even pass for healthy, especially compared to the deep fried offering located a few bowls away. One tip, make sure you get the chopped spinach and not the leaf spinach, my husband picked up the leaf stuff and no matter how much I tried to chop it up it was a lost cause.

A quick and healthy variation of spinach artichoke dip that comes together almost instantly to get you back to the game in no time #MadewithChobani #sponsored

How small you chop the water chestnuts and artichokes is up to you. I like a chunkier dip and I’m pretty  lazy when it comes to something you’re gonna be chewing up anyway, so I kept the pieces of artichoke pretty big. The real purpose of the water chestnuts is the texture, so those I tried to cut at about a 1/4 inch dice. Chop the garlic small unless you like the occasional fiery surprise!

Spinach Artichoke Dip

Spinach Artichoke Dip

A quick and healthy variation of spinach artichoke dip that comes together almost instantly to get you back to the game in no time

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 C Chobani Greek Yogurt, Whole milk or 0% works
  • 1 block of chopped frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed
  • 1 can water chestnuts, drained and chopped
  • 1 jar artichoke hearts, not marinated, drained and chopped
  • 1/2 C Pecorino Romano cheese
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
  • Salt to taste

Instructions

  1. Stir all ingredients together
  2. Serve with chips, veggies and crackers

For more recipes and inspiration be sure to check out Made with Chobani and Chobani’s Recipe Site

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Amanda Land

Monday 26th of October 2015

My family loves 'dip night'. I've never made a spinach dip, so this is going on my list!

Liz Mays

Monday 26th of October 2015

Ooh I'm going to have to try this with some of my Chobani. It sounds really good with some celery.

Kendra

Monday 26th of October 2015

Great idea to use the yogurt to make this! It looks delicious can't wait to try it!

Jennifer B

Monday 26th of October 2015

This sounds delicious and looks healthy too! I will give it a try soon!

Tiffany Cruz

Monday 26th of October 2015

This is my favorite kind of dip, but I've never tried making it from scratch. I've got to try it!