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I warned you on Wednesday that the appetizer recipes are going to be coming – and I didn’t lie!!

This may look like your run of the mill spinach artichoke dip.  I’m pretty sure everyone has one in their recipe arsenal.  But this is a little bit different.

One of my biggest annoyances when you are trying to prepare a bunch of appetizers is that they all have to go in the oven at the same time.  And as much as I wish I had a double oven, I only have one.  So it’s pretty much impossible to make sure everything is done at the same time and ready for your guests.

Enter – the slow cooker!!  (Yes, I am definitely learning to love my slow cooker these days!!)  This could seriously be the easiest appetizer at your next get-together.  Throw all of your ingredients in the slow cooker and walk away.  When it’s time to party, this dip is ready for you!  And making it even easier is a Reynolds slow cooker liner.  I have to admit that I had never used a slow cooker liner before this, but now I’m wondering why I don’t always have a box of them in my pantry.  Not only was this dip so easy to throw together, but clean up was seriously a breeze!  I am a Reynolds slow cooker liner fan now, for sure!

What is your best trick for preparing a bunch of appetizers?


Slow Cooker Spinach Artichoke Dip
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Make it ahead!! All appetizers don’t have to be put together at the last minute – this spinach artichoke dip is made easy in the slow cooker!
Serves: 6-8 servings
  • 9 oz frozen spinach, thawed and drained
  • 1 (14 oz) can quartered artichoke hearts, drained
  • 8 oz cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • ½ cup grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 clove minced garlic
  • ¼ cup milk
  • Black pepper
  1. Open a 2.5 quart slow cooker and place a Reynold’s Slow Cooker Liner inside, fitting snugly against the bottom and sides of the slow cooker.
  2. Place all ingredients in the lined slow cooker and stir gently to combine. Place lid on slow cooker.
  3. Cook on high for 2 hours, or until cheeses are melted. Stir to make sure everything is completely combined.
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  5. Tips:
  6. Dip can easily be doubled and cooked in a 4 to 6 quart slow cooker.
  7. If the dip is too thick, add more milk, a tablespoon at a time until you have your desired consistency.

More spinach and artichoke love:

Spinach and Artichoke Mac & Cheese from Taste and Tell
Spinach and Artichoke Grilled Cheese from pdx food love
Creamy Spinach Artichoke Pizza from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe

**This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own.**

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45 Responses to Slow Cooker Spinach Artichoke Dip

  1. baker street says:

    I have that issue too! Too many things have to be baked all at the same time! I’m loving the appetizer wednesdays. the dip sounds terrific, D! 🙂

  2. Rachel Cooks says:

    Do you think it’s okay if I eat this every day until the baby is born?

  3. Oh my goodness — totally wish I had some of this for lunch! Look delicious and I love that you can make it in the slow cooker.

  4. Karly says:

    Can you believe that I have never, not once, eaten spinach artichoke dip? What is wrong with me?

    I plan to make this for the next football game.

  5. There is absolutely nothing in this world like spinach artichoke dip. And in a slow cooker? Brilliant!

  6. This looks perfect for a party…or for dinner! Yours looks perfectly cheesy 🙂

  7. I love artichoke dip, yum!

  8. Oh my Deborah. I need to have a football party right away so I can make this. It looks divine.

  9. Katrina says:

    Love this dip recipe!

  10. I love! spinach & artichoke dip! I mean, it’s one of my fave things ever. Well, I love dip of all kinds but of all dips out there, that one is a personal fave and always will be. Love the slow cooker method!

  11. A great way to use the slow cooker!

  12. Joanne says:

    This is definitely my favorite slow cooker recipe of yours. Love how you’ve made spinach artichoke dip SO MUCH EASIER.

  13. Jennifer @ Mother Thyme says:

    This looks so good! Definitely one of my favorites. Great idea to make this in the slow cooker!

  14. I love spinach artichoke dip and even better if I hardly have to do anything to get it! Your pictures are absolutely beautiful!

  15. I have to try this in my new slow cooker.

  16. carrian says:

    I totally will have to look into those liners, and I loooooove spinach dip. WOOHOO1

  17. Bree says:

    Brilliant! I am so bookmarking this because I agree that it gets tricky to get everyting out at once. Thanks!

  18. Chels R. says:

    I love that you have found a recipe for the slow cooker! I am so going to use this!

  19. Cassie says:

    Slow cooker liners are the best invention. I am never without them in the cabinet. I love this dip too, so perfect!

  20. Donna says:

    SO happy to find a slow cooker version of one of my faves!

  21. julie says:

    I looooooooove the crockpot liners. Makes life so much easier when you don’t have to scrub a crockpot clean.

  22. You can never go wrong with spinach artichoke dip! PS I love those slow cooker liners. Totally make cleaning up a breeze!

  23. Erica says:

    I love the idea of the slow cooker….Great for the holiday parties coming soon! Love your pictures.

  24. I am a newbie to the slow cooker scene and am constantly surprised at just what can be made in a slow cooker. This is not a convenient method, but the dip looks yummy too!

  25. emily says:

    What if I don’t have a liner?

  26. kristy says:

    I never would have thought to use a slow cooker for spinach artichoke dip. What a great idea! It looks delicious too. 🙂

  27. teresa says:

    you know, i don’t usually think about my crockpot when it comes to appetizers, but it really is a great idea. the dip looks AMAZING, i love spinach artichoke dip!

  28. Such an easy recipe! Love it and will definitely pass this along 🙂

  29. spinach artichoke dip is my FAVORITE Deborah! I love it so much that I have even eaten it plain – not cooked! Or warm! It was still good smeared on top of pitas that way! But making it in a slow cooker is so easy – saves time and leaves the oven open for something else. I love that idea! Esp in my small little kitchen!

  30. OK. I’m hosting a party on Saturday and THIS is now on the menu. Awesome!

  31. I totally need to try that liner! And this dip looks amazing. It’s always such a plus when it can be made in the slow cooker too!

  32. How easy is that? I never woulda thought of it. We made Osso Bucco in the slow cooker over the weekend and could have used the liner for sure. I have a cookbook I”m going to have to ponder through to get some more inspiration, but this is smarty smart!

  33. Emily says:

    I just bought a slow cooker yesterday for this recipe! I bought a 4.5 qt one though so I was wondering (I’m new at this) if I double the recipe does that mean I have to double the cook time?

    • Deborah says:

      @Emily, you shouldn’t have to double the cook time. Everything just needs to melt together, so the original cook time should work. Hope you love it!

  34. Monica M. says:

    This was really good but really thick. I don’t like my dip runny but not thick either. I think I had to add an additional cup of milk by the time I was done with it. I also think 2 hours might be a little much. I might reduce to and hour and a half next time. I made a double batch too without a liner. Its an awesome recipe but I would change the liquid part and cooking time. Thanks!

  35. Alex says:

    Hey Deborah! I pinned this awhile ago for the Superbowl! I have a 4.5 crock pot. If I didn’t want to double the recipe (just me and my hubs) would I just cook it less? Maybe an hour on high? Thank you 🙂

    • Deborah says:

      @Alex, you will probably cook it for a shorter amount of time – the slow cooker is mostly just melting everything together. Just keep an eye on it and it should be fine!

  36. Jennifer says:

    Hi, thanks for this post! Can’t wait to try it. Do you think I could use regular baby spinach from a bag, rather than a frozen package of spinach?

  37. Jill says:

    This says 6-8 servings, but what size servings are we talking about? I am trying to plan for a large crowd and need to know what size servings?

  38. Jen Williams says:

    Add crushed red pepper and it adds a little something!

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