Artichoke dip is one of my standard appetizers for our family parties. I try to keep a few cans of artichoke hearts on hand in the pantry in case I need to make it at the last minute. If you shop sales, you can make this appetizer for under $2.
I like to pair the artichoke dip with crackers, slices of french bread, or crudite. Since the dip is a bit thick, I use a small knife for serving.
source: my mom!
1 14 oz. can of artichoke hearts drained and chopped into bite-sized pieces
1/2 cup of mayonnaise
1/2 cup of sour cream
1/4 cup of parmesan or romano cheese
Mix everything together in the bowl you’ll be using to serve the dip. If you’re freezing the dip, wrap it and freeze at this point.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, and you’re finished.
Thrifty Thursday Rewind
Each week, I co-host Thrifty Thursday Rewind with A Momma and the Boys Living on a Budget! Posts linked here or at A Momma and the Boys will show up on both blogs. I will visit the posts each week and share them on Facebook or Twitter.
Each Thursday, I am hosting Frugal Chat Day on my Facebook page. This week’s chat is about saving money on clothes and shoes for the whole family. Come share your tips!
- Link up an old money saving idea post (we want to give love to some of your older posts).
- No giveaways or deals posts.
- Recipes are allowed, but share how it is thrifty!
- A link back is nice, but not required.
- Visit the other links and share a comment.
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