Stop Buying Spinach Dip In Stores And Make Your Own With This Glorious Recipe
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My entire family loves this from scratch spinach dip recipe and yours will, too.
This recipe for homemade spinach dip has recently become a staple appetizer in my household. For one, it’s healthy for you and for two, it’s really easy to make. There is a trick to this spinach dip that you probably wouldn’t even recognize if you didn’t know any better. Want to know what it is? There isn’t any mayo in this recipe. No, siree! It is Greek yogurt that gives this spinach dip its creamy texture.
I don’t personally have any issues with mayo but the Greek yogurt gives this spinach dip a nice flavor.
Wouldn’t it be grand to get the details on how to make this lovely recipe? Welp, hop on over to the next page for a list of ingredients and instructions. Yum!
Recipe and image courtesy of Melady Cooks.
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Quick Tip: This recipe calls for plain Greek yogurt but feel free to replace it with mayo if you’d like.