Cold spinach dip recipe that’s super easy to make! Just 5 ingredients and tastes amazing in a bread bowl or served with crackers!!
I love a great dip to take to someone’s house or when people come over. If you “know me” you also know my middle name is EASY and if it has more than about 5 ingredients you can forget it. SO, this is right up my alley at just 5 ingredients and uses ingredients I already have for this cold spinach dip which is great! Here is the easy to throw together dip recipe.
Cold Spinach Dip
Seriously, most of these ingredients you have in your fridge, except for maybe the spinach. You might have that too.
I use frozen creamed spinach for my easy quiche recipe quite often. But I defrost and use regular frozen spinach for this spinach dip recipe. It truly is a throw all the ingredients into a bowl, mix and you’re done kinda’ dip recipe.
Easy Spinach Dip Recipe
Hollow out a bread bowl like this one to make it a bit “fancier”. You can find loaves of bread like this just about in every grocery bakery area and they are only a few dollars. Sometimes you can find different styles like sourdough or rye loaves, just depends on your taste and their selection.
You just whisk all your ingredients together and there isn’t any cooking required, easy peasy right?
- 2 c sour cream
- 1 c mayonnaise
- This is how to cook frozen spinach so it defrosts, will need to be drained
- Minced garlic
- 1 tbsp dill
- salt to taste
- A loaf of sourdough – bread bowl
If you want to make this veggie as a side, you can with our easy Instant Pot spinach recipe too.
If you love greens we have a few others I am sure you will love. It is not only a great snack with chips and baguette pieces but a great side dish with dinner too if made right. Have a Crockpot? Make our slow cooker collard greens too some night.
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Cold Spinach Dip
- Mix together mayonnaise and sour cream. Chop your garlic up (or use minced garlic) and your dill. Stir into the mix. Drain your spinach and mix in slowly so it still has some chunks. You can serve this in a hollowed out rye bread loaf and use the piece you cut out on the side for dipping.