I am all about the quick and easy. As a mom of four with six people total living in our house, I do not get as much time in the kitchen as I would like. So, I like to find recipes that deliver maximum taste, quickly.
Ever since I’ve known my husband, his mother, Diane, has been making an incredible spinach dip. I think one of the first times, if not the very first time, I ever went down to meet his parents (they were in Monument, Colorado and we were in Fort Collins, Colorado) she made her famous spinach dip.
I have been hooked ever since and the dip is a staple at every family gathering and party we throw at home. It is great for birthdays, holidays, and football Sundays!
When I asked Diane if I could share her recipe on the blog, she laughed at me. She said this dip recipe has been around for ages and it isn’t anything special, but I was welcome to share it.
So, I give you the easiest and oldest (apparently) spinach dip recipe ever.
- 1 lb frozen chopped spinach
- 1 package Knorr vegetable recipe dip seasoning
- 8 oz sour cream
- 8 oz mayonnaise
- 1 loaf sheepherder’s bread
Thaw frozen spinach. (You can let spinach sit out for a few hours on the counter, or put it in the microwave for recommended duration).
Mix sour cream, mayonnaise, and vegetable recipe dip seasoning in a bowl.
Add in thawed spinach.
Stir to combine.
Cut bread into uniform squares.
If time allows, let sit in the refrigerator for all spices and seasonings to really absorb for at least 30 minutes to an hour. Serve and enjoy!
Please let me know what you think of this recipe in the comments below!