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LOTUS737 Posts: 6,310
2/9/18 10:02 A

I would use your favorite recipe to start with- swap out greek yogurt for sour cream and most of the mayo, use a much smaller quantity of (olive oil based) mayo, use reduced fat cream cheese, double the veggies. Enter into sparkpeople and see how it looks (and tastes), then adjust as needed.

NAN041 Posts: 20,144
2/6/18 11:09 A

Your favorite artichoke dip? Would like to make
it in the microwave...thanks, Nan

10/26/17 4:09 P

I make mine with a base of pureed cannellini beans with garlic and almond milk..I then put it in the crock pot with the diced artichoke and spinach. SO GOOD. I also add diced chicken and serve over farro to make it a full dinner :)

HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (67,698)
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10/12/17 6:12 A

We'd need to know what elements would make it healthier for you -- is it low carb, GF, or low fat?

Then search on SparkRecipes for the one that comes closest to your needs.

I always have a bit of a challenge finding recipes by name on SparkRecipes. I think I easily get confused with the ads that show up immediately above the search results and I think I have to hit search twice.

But I hope this link takes you to the all the spinach artichoke recipes on SparkRecipes


JMELBERG SparkPoints: (38,785)
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10/11/17 11:16 A

Google the lower fat or healthier version of spinach artichoke dip. I like to add chopped water chestnuts to mine for a nice crunch. I serve it with raw vegies for a nice healthy snack.

NAN041 Posts: 20,144
10/10/17 7:52 P

Your favorite artichoke dip? Would like to make
it in the microwave...thanks, Nan

Edited by: NAN041 at: 2/6/2018 (11:08)
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