Crockpot Spinach Dip No Artichoke

Crockpot Spinach Dip
Using the crockpot to make spinach dip recipes is a real timesaver because food cooks slowly in there and you can get on with making other things. This spinach dip recipe is wonderfully creamy with the flavors of garlic, onion, thyme and more to enhance it.
You can either serve it inside a loaf of bread or with crackers, carrot sticks, or breadsticks to dip. Serving this spinach dip in a loaf of bread cuts down on washing up and looks great too! There are lots of cold spinach dips but this one is extra nice served warm because the flavors are more intense that way.

How to Make Spinach Dip

There are a few different ways of serving this spinach dip. You can simply serve it in a hollowed out loaf of bread and let people break off pieces of the loaf and dip them. This only works for really thick dips - bread is not waterproof! If you are having a sit-down dinner, you can serve some of this dip in individual bread rolls. This makes a nice looking appetizer recipe. If you thought that dip recipes could not be used for individual appetizers, this easy crockpot spinach dip recipe might change your mind.

Crockpot Spinach Dip Ingredients 

  1. 2 tablespoons chopped pimento
  2. ¼ teaspoon crumbled dried leaf thyme
  3. ¼ cup whipping cream
  4. 8 oz cream cheese, chopped
  5. ¼ teaspoon garlic salt
  6. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  7. 2 teaspoons grated onion
  8. 2 tablespoons grated parmesan
  9. 1 cup thawed spinach
  10. 1 loaf pumpernickel rye bread
  11. Fresh parsley, for garnish

Spinach Dip Preparation

  1. Combine the cream with the cream cheese in a crockpot and cover.
  2. Cook on low until the cheese melts. This will take between 60 and 90 minutes.
  3. Add the rest of the ingredients except the bread and parsley, cover and cook on low for 45 minutes more.
  4. Hollow out the middle of the bread and transfer the dip into it.
  5. Garnish with a sprig of parsley.
(Serves 6)

Spinach Dip Recipe Crock Pot

Spinach Dip Recipe Crock Pot
Served inside a partially hollowed out loaf of pumpernickel rye bread, this spinach dip recipe is definitely going to impress your guests. The fact that you can make it in a crockpot means your oven and stove will be free for other things, which is good news if you are making lots of different appetizer recipes. Also, slow cooking is a great way to make spinach dip because the flavors combine nicely and this is one of the tastiest spinach dip recipes of all. There are cold spinach dips and warm ones. This one can be served either way but it is especially good served warm.