For many years hubby and I have attended Super Bowl parties and hosted a few of our own. My interest in these events was pure fashion, food, and Super Bowl commercials. Wardrobe malfunctions aside, you can imagine that food was my focus.
Choosing an appetizer to bring to the party or serve at my own gathering was on my mind for weeks before the event. When we hosted the party, I served a lot of nibbles like deviled eggs, nachos, pigs in a blanket, and cheese balls.
When we traveled to a Super Bowl party and I didn’t have a kitchen handy, a bag of pre-cooked meatballs and a bottle of Johnny’s Jamaican Jerk Sauce was my contribution. A slow cooker borrowed from the host and a popular appetizer was born.
This year, we’re neither going to a party nor hosting one. And since the Super Bowl commercials have been downgraded by public sources, and with no fans in the stands, the only fashion I will experience from this year’s game is team uniforms, I decided to at least try a new appetizer recipe.
I know artichoke and spinach dips have been around for a while, just not in my kitchen. I didn’t have to worry if the recipe was a flop because it is just hubby and me today. If this recipe doesn’t turn out, it’s not a big deal.
So let the experimenting began!
This recipe is so easy because you just mix all the ingredients together and bake.
Once baked, the cheeses make a golden crust with a gooey inside. Oh, soo good!
Individual servings of the dip in small bowls with a side of crackers, bread pieces, or vegetables are easy to eat.