Cold and creamy with a kick, this Artichoke Jalapeno Dip packs a ton of flavor! Skip the store bought party dips and make your own in just minutes.
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Why this Dip is Best
Anyone else do their regular grocery shopping at Costco? For those of us with teens who eat like bears about to go into hibernation (i.e. nonstop), getting our staples in bulk is vital.
Enter Costco. . . and my introduction to Artichoke Jalapeño Dip!
Jalapeno Artichoke Dip is one of my favorite Costco splurges. I’m usually good at keeping to necessities (you know, like the family size packages of Oreos) but every now and then I need an indulgence.
One day, it dawned on me. I can make Artichoke Dip with jalapenos at home!
This is perfect on a cheese and crackers tray for a party or a dinner party appetizer! Since it’s served cold or room temperature, this Artichoke Jalapeno dip is a good choice for summer, too.
I love this just about every way imaginable: on crackers, sliced toasted baguette, scooped up with tortilla chips, homemade bagel chips, or with veggie slices.
You could even use it as a spread for a sandwich or wrap!
It required no cooking or stove, just a few simple ingredients and a food processor.
How Spicy is it?
Artichokes. Jarred artichoke hearts provide the primary flavor of this dip. They’re a bit tangy and salty and begging to be whipped up with some soft cream cheese, parmesan and mayonnaise.
Jalapenos. Chopped peppers infuse the artichoke dip with a kick that makes you keep coming back for more.
I wouldn’t describe the dip as extremely spicy, despite the jalapeno kick. Even my friends who don’t enjoy as much heat in their food as me, enjoyed the balance of tastes in this appetizer!
I seeded the jalapenos first to imbibe the dip with flavor without overwhelming heat. That said, if you can’t get enough spice in your creamy dips, you could leave some of the seeds in for more kick.
How to Make Artichoke Jalapeno Dip
Chop the artichokes. Drain the jarred artichoke hearts, then add them to your food processor. Pulse a few times until chopped.
Add jalapenos. Add jalapenos into the food processor with the artichoke hearts and pulse until everything is finely chopped.
Make it creamy. Add some cream cheese, mayo, grated Parmesan and seasonings and pulse until everything is well combined and creamy.
Transfer the artichoke dip to a bowl and serve with all your favorite dippers!
This cheese based dip needs to be stored in the fridge when you’re not eating it. It’ll keep well in an airtight container for about one week.
After you try this dip once, I can all but guarantee you’re doing to want a tub of this in your fridge at all times! If you have a big family who likes this for a daily snack, feel free to double the recipe.
As a party food or appetizer, here are a few ideas:
- Entertaining crackers
- Pita chips
- Tortilla chips
- Toast points
- Sliced baguette
- Carrot and celery sticks
- Sliced bell peppers
- Mini bagels
Serve today’s dip alongside another one of our favorites, crockpot buffalo chicken dip!
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- Homemade Peppermint Patties: tastes like the real thing!
- Caramel cracker bars that taste like a homemade TWIX candy bar! So easy and delicious.
Artichoke Jalapeno Dip
- 1 can artichoke hearts, drained 14 ounce
- 2 jalapenos seeded
- ½ cup parmesan cheese grated
- 6 ounce cream cheese softened
- ¼ cup mayonnaise
- ½ teaspoon kosher salt
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- ½ teaspoon garlic salt
- In a food processor, pulse artichoke hearts until chopped.
- Add jalapenos and pulse until desired consistency.
- Add remaining ingredients and pulse until fully blended. Spoon into a bowl and serve with pita chips, bagel bites, crackers or veggies!
- Store in refrigerator for up to one week. ENJOY.
- This cheese based dip needs to be stored in the fridge when you’re not eating it. It’ll keep well in an airtight container for about one week.
- After you try this dip once, I can all but guarantee you’re doing to want a tub of this in your fridge at all times! If you have a big family who likes this for a daily snack, feel free to double the recipe.
A cold artichoke dip with the kick of jalapeno, this snack comes together with just a few minutes of effort. Be careful–Artichoke Jalapeno Dip can become addictive!