I’m sure many of you have made this Knorr’s spinach dip before, and truth be told there is nothing special or original about this recipe. It is literally the recipe straight off the back of the Knorr’s Vegetable Soup mix packet. So, my objective here is not to claim this recipe as my own or fool anyone into thinking it’s an original recipe.
Honestly, I just love this stuff so much, and well, I can pretty much sum up my feelings for this stuff with a movie quote from the movie ELF (a classic favorite at our house). “I’m in love! I’m in love! And I don’t care who knows it!”. In fact, I want the whole world to know about this amazing stuff and how much I love it. I don’t know where my life would be without it…. ha ha… ok… that may have taken it a step too far. A little too sappy and dramatic. However, I really do love this Knorr’s Spinach Dip soooo much!
I often get asked to bring this Knorr’s Spinach Dip to family parties since everyone loves it and can’t keep their hands off it. One time I took it to a holiday party and an unnamed family member literally hovered over this dip until every last bite was gone. He couldn’t even muster the self-control to walk away. LOL.
Knorr’s Spinach Dip Goes Great with Thins or Bread
Seriously though…this stuff always goes so fast. You might not want to walk away, if you want to get your fair portion and then some. 😉 In my family we like to eat this Spinach Dip with wheat thins, but when we eat it with my husband’s family, they use French bread broken into chunks. I like it both ways! You really can’t go wrong either way. If you haven’t ever had a chance to try this Knorr’s Spinach Dip, you really should! Why are you hesitating? Just GO!!!
For another great Spinach Dip, try our Sausage and Spinach Artichoke Dip!
- 1 pkg. (10 oz.) frozen chopped spinach, cooked, cooled and squeezed dry.
- 1 16 oz. container sour cream
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- 1 pkg. Knorr Vegetable recipe mix
- 1 can water chestnuts, drained and chopped
- 3 green onions, chopped (optional)
- Combine all ingredient before serving.
Rather than cooking the spinach, I just but it in a colander and run hot water over it for a few minutes until it has all defrosted
Don't forget to squeeze the excess water out of the spinach before adding