Skinny Spinach and Artichoke Dip

So here it is, the last dish of our thanksgiving dinner.

It was really simple, since all of the ingredients were pretty much mixed in and then baked, my kind of dish :-)

I made a huge batch that lasted about a day and a half. I paired it with soy nachos from our favorite store, but you can use any of your choice. Sometimes I use whole grain nachos.

I really should be making this more often and keep in the fridge or freezer for future consumption because my family seems to go through it rather fast.

If you want to make the same amount you see on the picture double the ingredient list, which is what I did. We were a big group so making double was actually a good idea.

I hope you like this version. If you ever try it let me know what you think!

Enjoy!

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Skinny Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 6-8 servings

Ingredients:

1 lb bag frozen spinach, thawed out and liquid drained, You can use less if you like
1 cup light Greek yogurt, sour cream will also work
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese, you can also use Romano cheese
1 cup light mozzarella cheese, shredded,  I put more
8 oz reduced fat cream cheese
4 garlic cloves, minced
1 14 oz can artichoke hearts, drained and chopped

 

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350F.

In a bowl mix spinach, Greek yogurt, Parmesan, half the mozzarella, cream cheese and garlic.

Mix in artichokes. Place mixture on a oven proof dish and top with remaining mozzarella. Bake until bubbly for about 20-30 minutes.

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 6 servings


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63 comments

  1. I have to try these, soon because these looks soooooo good!

  2. This looks delicious – I went plant strong the end of March and I cleaned out my cookbook shelf to make room for new vegan/plant strong books.

  3. I just made an avocado pasta for dinner last week. Yours turned out stunning looking!!!

  4. This pasta with the avocado sauce looks AMAZING!

  5. Congratulations on your e-books, Miryam! They look incredible. Thanks for sharing the great giveaway and this gorgeous avocado pasta!

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  9. I follow you on FB I love your recipes :-)

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  11. i have never tried avocado pasta but would love to try it.

  12. I love avocado on pasta!! What a great looking dish and thanks for the giveaway!

  13. Love your site! Im a new fan .Hope to win a copy of your cookbook!

  14. This pasta looks so good! I follow you on Pinterest!

  15. The pasta screams freshness and creaminess!

  16. I recently prepared something similar with pumpkin…
    Now, in summer, avocado seems more appropiate :P We’ll try at home!!

    It would be great to have one of the books, following on FB from paula.laenredadera

  17. This looks so ridiculously good!

    I follow you on Facebook.

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  21. Avocado pasta sauce? Sounds amazing!

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  26. I heart avocado!! This pasta dish looks so creamy and good! I think I shall try this for dinner soon!

  27. Looks lovely! I love avocado in just about anything…

  28. Oooh, this sounds delicious! I’ve been meaning to try a creamy avocado pasta recipe, but I had no idea where to start. This sounds wonderful :)

  29. my husband loves avacado, and i have no idea why. this recipe will be a great suprise for him when we come home from our deployment overseas. I hope this ebook will be available on Kindle!!

  30. Hi there! I’m obsessed with your recipes, SO DELISH. I follow you on facebook!

  31. Oh woops. My name is Ciara. I also follow you on pinterest, because if I followed you on instagram, I would always want your recipes and would be very fat.

  32. Followed you on Facebook! Love your recipes

  33. Also on Pinterest!

  34. And on Twitter….

  35. And instagram….now I’m hungry!

  36. Ooops. And I’m Sandra (and don’t read instructions properly).

  37. FINALLY a creamy avocado pasta without cream cheese – T H A N K Y O U !!!!!!!!! Leanne says job well done, so please pick me for your ebooks :-D

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  39. I really love the idea of avocado with pasta. Well, to be fair – I love the idea of avocado with anything.

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  41. I now follow on Instagram. Love the Spain photos!

  42. Avocado and Pasta. Two of my favourite things ever! Thanks Miryam.

  43. I’m all for fat! :) People are way too obsessed over fat. A little every now and then and also the right kind of great. At least for me and my tummy. :)

    Nice pictures here, too!

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  45. I follow you on Pinterest.

  46. I like most of your recipes. the avocado pasta sounds delicious but has too much fat for me. I am going to try it with low fat milk instead of the cream. Would love to win your cookbooks.

  47. I love avocado and this looks delicious. So do the recipes in the cookbooks. Yum.

  48. Can’t wait to try!!! I have spaghetti squash in the freezer that I am going to have to dethaw!! I follow you on FB, pinterest, twitter!!

  49. Lorena Muñoz
    Te sigo en IG y Facebook!!! ^_^ (me encantaría participar en el concurso)
    Me encantan todas tus recetas!!
    Lo que sí, una duda que me surge. En muchas de tus recetas de repostería usas aceite de coco, pero he visto por varias webs que no es tan sano como ponen porque creo que decían que tiene muchas grasas saturadas y no sé si los usas en vez del de oliva porque el sabor de este ultimo es mas fuerte o no sé.

    Muchas gracias por adelantado!!!

    PD: No sé si tendría que estar escribiendo en ingles para que todos me entendieran jejejeje XD

    • El sorteo ya paso :-) El aceite de coco tiene un componente q hace q se metabolize en el cuerpo differente q las grasas saturadas normales por lo tanto es differente. No es igual q las grasas saturadas normales. Tiene q ver con su composicion quimica con unos “bonds” q se llaman MTC en ingles. No se como se dice en espanol :-)

  50. So, Do you not boil the quinoa first?

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