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Published on January 20th, 2016 | by Kristen Swain


Spinach Artichoke Dip Bread

I love me some appetizers! I would much rather go to a gathering and eat a piece or two of all sorts of goodness then to have a full meal. There is just always some great appetizer that I need to try, or to make!
I thought about this bread one day watching a commercial for a filled bread. So I came up with the idea of Spinach Artichoke Dip Bread.  One of my favorite flavors is Spinach Artichoke dip, I love the creaminess of the cheese and the tangy artichokes with the green taste of the spinach.

Over on the Rhodes Blog, I am sharing the full recipe and tutorial on how to create this delectable bread so that you too can make your own. What a great idea for football games, that beloved flavor of dip in a ready to serve bread. Slice off pieces of this bread and serve, no worrying about running out of chips!

Check it out here- Rhodes Bread Blog.









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2 Responses to Spinach Artichoke Dip Bread

  1. Valery says:

    So, I saw this and decided to make this for my cheat day because I figured that it was not that bad, because it still has a vegetable in it. I COULDN’T KEEP MY HUSBAND OFF OF IT. He completely devoured it! I was only able to get two slices in, sadly- so much for my cheat. I loved those two slices and am planning to make a whole loaf for myself when he goes out of town. ;)

    • cmiy says:

      Hi Valery, sorry, but that made me giggle! I have had that happen too often with my kiddos! Maybe next time make a loaf for each of you! It’s pretty filling! Thanks for the great story and feeback!

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