Check out our recipe for Ninja Foodi Spinach Artichoke Dip! It’s super quick and easy and oh so cheesy!
I love artichokes! Spinach…not so much! Even though I don’t like spinach, I seem to gravitate towards spinach artichoke dip when we are out and about at restaurants. I like my dip extra creamy and extra cheesy! This is a great recipe for a potluck, a snack while watching the big game or as a meal. Yes, I said as a meal lol. I ate an entire bowl with Hawaiian bread for lunch. It’s that good!
Tips for making Ninja Foodi Spinach Artichoke Dip
If you love artichokes as much as I do, add a second can of them to this recipe…you won’t be disappointed!
Eat while it’s warm. With all of the Cheesy goodness in this recipe, it is much better when it’s served warm.
Serve with Hawaiian bread! The sweetness of the Hawaiian bread pairs well with the creamy salty goodness of the Ninja Foodi Spinach & Artichoke dip.
Use shredded Parmesan instead of grated. The grated Parmesan creates a grainy texture where the shredded creates gooey cheesy goodness!
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Ingredient substitutions and tips for making Ninja Foodi Spinach Artichoke Dip:
Mozzarella cheese- Shredded
Parmesan cheese– Shredded works the best but you can use grated instead.
Pepper jack cheese- If you would prefer, you can substitute it with more mozzarella cheese.
Cream Cheese- Low fat or regular works for this recipe.
Mayonnaise- It sounds strange, but it adds a nice flavor and additional creaminess to the recipe.
Chicken broth- You can use water or vegetable broth if you don’t have chicken broth.
Sour cream- Low fat or regular works for this recipe.
Frozen spinach- Make sure you fully thaw and drain the liquid from the spinach before using it in this recipe. You can use fresh spinach instead if you would like.
Minced garlic- If you like the flavor of garlic, feel free to add a little extra or omit if you prefer.
Can artichokes drained– Canned artichokes work the best for this recipe. You can use frozen artichoke hearts but they tend to get mushier than the canned version.
Directions for making Ninja Foodi Spinach Artichoke Dip:
1. Add garlic to Ninja Foodi
2. Add chicken broth
3. Add mayonnaise
4. Add sour cream
5. Add spinach
6. Add cream cheese
7. Add Artichokes
8. Stir until combined
9. Close pressure cooker lid- move the valve to “seal” position and
cook on high pressure for 4 minutes.
10.When the timer ends, quick-release pressure by moving the valve to the release position and remove the lid once all pressure has released.
11. Stir and add cheese.
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