Spinach Dip


This Spinach Dip will make you want to keep dipping your crackers and veggies more and more!

Need a quick and easy side dish for a party or a new veggie dip? This recipe for Spinach Dip will make you want to eat the whole bowl! It’s super quick and easy and doesn’t break the bank account to make.


  • 16oz. Sour Cream
  • 10oz. Frozen Box Of Spinach
  • 1 Cup of Mayonnaise
  • 1 Package of Knorr Vegetable Recipe Mix

Optional Ingredients:

  • A dash of Cayenne Pepper
  • 3 Green Onions (chopped)
  • 1 can of Water Chess Nuts (8oz.) drained and chopped


First, you will need to unthaw the spinach. I usually leave mine overnight in the fridge, but you could just leave it out on the counter a couple of hours before you need to make your dip. Another option to unthaw the frozen spinach is to place the spinach on a microwavable plate with several paper towels and cook as directed on the package. Now, drain all the water off of the spinach. I use paper towels for this process. I form the spinach into a ball so I can squeeze the excess water and pat with paper towels. Once all the water is off of the spinach, you are ready to make your dip!

Next, mix the spinach, sour cream, mayo, and the package of Knor’s Dry Vegetable Recipe Mix. Last, add your dash of Cayenne Pepper for a little kick if you want! You can also add chopped onions and water chess nuts if you would like to add a little crunch to the dip. That’s it! You’re done! Now, place in the refrigerator to chill for about an hour before serving with crackers or veggies!


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Kimberly Boyd

Kimberly Boyd

In life, I have found the things that matter the most to me would be my faith in God, family and friends. However, each of these things and people always need to be accompanied with a big dose of laughter, lots of fun, good music, and tons of yummy delicious food! What better way to enjoy each moment in life?

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