Spinach Artichoke Dip – Instantpot and Oven Instructions

Spinach Artichoke Dip is super easy, luxuriously creamy rich appetizer perfect for parties and entertaining. This make ahead dip is highly addictive, kids approved and crowd pleaser.

Frozen spinach, marinated artichokes and Italian cheese blend are cooked together along with delicious seasoning. It brings ultra delicious melted cheese perfection in every bite.

This must have party dip is vegetarian,  low carb, keto and gluten free. It’s an ultimate companion to the holiday entertaining and hosting.

 Spinach Artichoke dip scooped on a crusty golden toast.

VERSATILE WAYS TO USE SPINACH ARTICHOKE DIP

Use this dip as an appetizer for all different parties. A must  have item on Super-bowl Sunday spread. Rock the BBQ parties and picnics, tailgating or Oscar’s viewing parties.

Serve it for your next book club grub meet. Take it along for potlucks and be ready to receive raving compliments. 

It tastes Ahmazingly delicious! And it’s easy to prepare. You need very few ingredients and there is not much prep work either.

You serve it as a hot or cold dip and you can make it ahead of time. To make it look fancy, you can serve it in Hawaiian bread bowl too.

This spinach dip tastes way better than store brought dips. There are no fillers, no preservatives just plain simple ingredients.

A hand holding a golden brown bread toast scooping the Spinach Artichoke dip. The stringy gooey melted cheese is seen.

HOW TO MAKE INSTANTPOT ARTICHOKE SPINACH DIP

You can use pressure cooker like INSTANTPOT to make this easy Spinach Dip, It is practically a dump and go recipe. Alternatively, you can bake it in oven as well. Both instructions are included in recipe card.

This dip is a mix of cream cheese, sour cream, frozen spinach, artichoke hearts, Italian cheese blend, minced garlic and seasoning. Mix in all of the ingredients, pressure cook it or bake it in a skillet ! Done and dusted … scoop and eat 🙂

I like to add a tablespoon of chopped Giardiniera. This gives it a nice flavor addition with bits and pieces of pickled jalapeno and carrots. This unusual  and unique touch has people guessing about what’s in it too. If you don’t like spices, skip it.

All the ingredients needed to make Cheese Spinach Artichoke Dip displayed on the countertop.

ALTERNATIVES AND OPTIONS TO MAKE IT LOW CALORIE AND PLANT BASED

This hearty dip gets it’s virtuous angle since there is spinach and artichokes. If you’re looking to make it low calories, use low fat cream cheese, low fat sour cream and cheese blend.

If you’re making this recipe dairy-free, use cashew cream and nutritional yeast instead. You can use vegan cheese like Kite Hill plant-based cream cheese, which is made from almonds.

What do you serve with spinach artichoke cheese dip?

Warm dip is best to serve with toasted bread, such as baguette slices, bread sticks, pita chips or crostini. Pita bread, naan or tortilla chips are also good options.

For a healthy dose of fiber and color, serve it with fresh cut veggie like celery sticks, broccoli, carrots and radishes.

You can serve it over cooked macaroni for fancy mac and cheese. Yumm

Another fancy thing to serve it with is salt crystal dusted soft pretzel bites. I had them at one of the holiday parties and man o man it was finger licking good stuff.

This dip is truly addictive! It’s a super easy and ultra delicious, rich and creamy appetizer. No prep 20 minutes recipe.

A black cast iron skilet with Cheese Spinach Dip served as an appetizer tray along with crusty bread slices, crackers and pistachoes. This party spread is perfect for hosting and entertaining.

HOW TO MAKE CHEESE SPINACH DIP IN INSTANTPOT

Pour the broth in the main insert of InstantPot. Add minced garlic, cream cheese,  frozen spinach, sour cream and all purpose seasoning in the pot. 

Drain Artichokes and pour into the pot.

Close the lid. Select MANUAL or PRESSURE COOK on High Pressure for 4 minutes. Vent should be at SEALING position.

After InstantPot does cooking and beeps, wait for few minutes and do a Quick Release by moving the valve to VENTING.

Stir in Cheese blend. Give it a good stir and your dip is ready.

Transfer to a serving bowl and serve. You can garnish it with fresh parsley, red chili flakes or cracked black pepper.

The dip will thicken quickly as it cools. So if it feels like there is too much liquid,  don’t worry. If it absolutely is runny, then put it on SAUTE mode and stir for few minutes.

 

Process shot showing all the ingredients put into Instantpot to make Spinach Artichoke dip.

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A black cast iron skilet with Cheesy Spinach Dip served as an appetizer tray along with crusty bread slices, crackers and pistachoes. This party spread is perfect for hosting and entertaining.

Spinach Artichoke Cheese Dip

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Make restaurant style Cheese, Spinach and Artichoke dip at home. This ultra delicious, rich and creamy dip is easy to make. It is perfect for party hosting and entertaining. Keto and gluten free recipe.

Instructions

INSTANTPOT INTSRUCTIONS :

Pour the broth in the main insert of InstantPot.  Add minced garlic, cream cheese,  frozen spinach, sour cream and all purpose seasoning in the pot. Drain Artichokes and pour into the pot. Close the lid.

Select MANUAL or PRESSURE COOK on High Pressure for 4 minutes. Vent should be at SEALING position.

After InstantPot does cooking and beeps, wait for few minutes and do a Quick Release by moving the valve to VENTING. Stir in Cheese blend.

Give it a good stir and your cheesy dip is ready.Transfer to a serving bowl and serve. You can garnish it with fresh parsley,  red chili flakes or cracked black pepper.

The dip will thicken quickly as it cools. So if it feels like there is too much liquid,  don't worry. If it absolutely is runny, then put it on SAUTE mode  and stir for few minutes.

OVEN AND BAKING INSTRUCTIONS:

Defrost the frozen spinach and remove excess water by squeezing it in a paper towel. Preheat oven to 350 F. Mix all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Grease or lightly spray oven baking dish or cast iron skilet. Pour the mixture in baking dish.

Bake for 15-20 minutes until heated through and top is lightly browned. Serve immediately.

Notes

You can make this dip ahead of time and store in the fridge until you’re all ready to serve. To reheat, put it in the pre heated oven and heat at 350° or until warm all the way through

Leftovers ?  Simply store in the fridge in an airtight container. When ready to reheat warm up in the oven like above or pop in the microwave for a quick reheat! 

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 20 Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 151Total Fat: 12gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 37mgSodium: 167mgCarbohydrates: 5gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 8g

Nutritional values are provided as a courtesy and the values are approximate. The values will change depending on the exact ingredients, measurements and brands used. As always, for specific health issues and dietary requirements please consult medical professional.

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7 thoughts on “Spinach Artichoke Dip – Instantpot and Oven Instructions”

  1. I just love the flavor combo of spinach and artichoke together and what a beautiful dip presentation you have too!

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  2. I just realized I’m all out of Trader Joe’s 21 seasoning. Is there a substitute I can use instead? Also, I don’t have vegetable broth, but I do have low sodium chicken broth. Will that be ok to use?

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  3. I notice that you specify draining the spinach for the oven, but not the Instant Pot. Is there any difference in texture (will it be too watery) if it’s not drained for the instant pot?

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    • It helps avoid getting burn message in Instant Pot. Since there is not much liquid there, it helps to keep it that way. For oven, it doesn’t need that excess water. Texture is still creamy either way

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