Friday, September 11, 2009

Good Seasons Hot Artichoke and Garlic Dip

I know this is made with a package. But, it's sooo yummy! I'm not a fan of artichokes, but I had this at my friend's Christine's house at a going to college dinner for her daughter. It was yummy!
I made this last night at my parents' as an appetizer. My parents loved it. We did not eat too much since I had a big dinner made. I took the leftovers to work. While I was heating it up in the toaster oven, the whole office smelled like garlic. The girls sure enjoyed it and everyone wanted to know how to make it!
Mix together:

One can (14 oz) artichokes, drained, chopped
1 cup Kraft light mayo
1 cup mozzerella cheese, part skim
1 pkg Good Seasons Hot Artichoke and Garlic mix

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients until well blended.
Spoon into 9 inch pie plate.
Bake 20 minutes or until lightly browned.

Serve with your favorite crackers or torn bread pieces.

Makes 2 cups.

The seasoning mix packet and the Pampered Chef dish I used.

Before baking


Jennifer said...

Sometimes, it is just necessary to make something from a packet/package. I know for a fact my mashed potato casserole does not taste the same without instant mashed potatoes or my marinade for chicken doesn't taste right without italian dressing mix. And a lot of things I make contain a can of cream of chicken soup...I just can't help it!:)

This dip looks wonderful.:)

Libby@CookingWithLibby said...

Nothing wrong with packaged dips :) This one looks delish also! You have just been cookin up a storm huh? :)

Basically, Baby Boots said...

I'm always looking for a good artichoke dip. I could eat this with some toasted artisan bread for dinner and I'm in heaven. It looks great. I'm going to have to try it.


Anonymous said...

I was in flordia and got this there. I am now home in n.j. and am trying to find this here but to no avail We loved it. Any suggestions?

2bunnies said...

I love it, but can't find it in any stores? Where can I buy the packages?