Jan
31
2011

Baked Spinach Dip Mini Bread Bowls

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Appetizers and Sides

Baked Spinach Dip Mini Bread Bowls anyone?  These are cute aren’t they.  I thought it would be fun to share some fun Superbowl/party food this week to get ready for game day.  It’s no secret that I am only interested in the commercials and half time performances of Superbowl but I do LOVE to make party food, so let’s celebrate with fun food :)

Stay tuned for some great NYC pictures coming this week, I had so much fun in the big apple last week.  Looking forward to sharing the mouthwatering photos of our bakery hopping!

Here are your ingredients, nice and simple.

I LOVE that Pillsbury put out a “Simply” line of products.  No artificial flavors or preservatives.  Thank you!

Unroll your french bread loaf and cut into 10 equal slices, about 1 inch thick.

Flatten each slice with the palms of your hands about a 3 inch round.

Press in the bottom and up the sides of your muffin tin.

Time to cook the spinach, watch it wilt in seconds :)

Now add your garlic and stir it all up for a good minute or so.

Place your cream cheese, sour cream, spinach and parmesan cheese into a mixing bowl.  Mix mix mix.

Here’s the yummy part.  Add a pinch or two of McCormick Gourmet’s Ancho Chile Pepper.  Love this!

Don’t forget the garlic salt.

Give another good mix and….

Scoop dip into your bread bowls.

Sprinkle with cheese, bake for 15 minutes and….see photo below :)

Wait until you dig into these :)  Enjoy!

Baked Spinach Dip Mini Bread Bowls

13.3 oz roll of refrigerated french bread loaf, I used Simply Pillsbury
2 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 Cups baby spinach, coarsely chopped
1 clove fresh garlic, minced
3 oz softened cream cheese
1/2 Cup light sour cream
2 Tablespoons fresh shredded parmesan cheese
1/8 teaspoon McCormick Gourmet Ancho Chile Pepper
1/8 teaspoon McCormick Gourmet Garlic Salt
1/8 teaspoon McCormick Gourmet Sicilian Sea Salt
1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/3 Cup shredded mozzarella cheese

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Spray 10 regular muffin cups with non stick cooking spray.  Unroll package of french bread loaf and slice into 10 equal size slices, about 1 inch thick.  Press each slice into about a 3 inch round, I did this by pressing in between my hands.  Press into the bottom and up sides of the muffin cup.  Set aside.

2.  Heat oil in medium skillet over medium heat.  Cook and stir spinach until wilted, about 3 minutes then add garlic, cook and stir for another minute then turn heat off.

3.  Place cream cheese, sour cream, cooked spinach and garlic, Parmesan Cheese, Ancho Chili Powder, garlic salt, salt and pepper into a medium bowl.  Mix until well combined.  With a medium cookie scoop, scoop dip into each of the centers of bread bowls.  Top evenly with shredded cheese and bake for 15-17 minutes until just turning brown on edges.  Remove and let cool for 3-5 minutes before removing from oven.

10 mini spinach dip bread bowls




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  1. 101
    Tara says:

    These look amazing! Did you use a mini muffin tin( I am assuming you did) or a regular. It’s hard to tell. Thanks for sharing!

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    Jenni says:

    These were amazing!! And pretty easy!! Thank you so much for the recipe!!

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    Cydney says:

    I made this recipe as an appetizer for thanksgiving dinner and everyone loved it! The only suggestion I have is to cut the dough into smaller pieces. I would have preferred a larger dip to bread bowl ratio. All in all, this is quick, easy and delicious!

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  7. 107
    Debbie Moffat says:

    Loving this recipe for the spinach breadbowls..any chance they could be frozen before baking?
    Thanks for you response1
    Debbie

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  9. 109
    Anita says:

    Hi! Looks delicious!

    Quick question: I’m thinking about making these for a lunch pot luck. Can they be served at room temp or would you recommend heating them up?

    Thanks!

  10. 110

    As always this recipe wasn’t only a winner but a keeper! I always know I can count on you for simple ingredients and blow your mind taste :)!

  11. 111

    I made these a few weeks ago and loved them. Great recipe! Thanks!

    You can read my blog (with credit to you) on them here: http://smashinthekitchen.wordpress.com/2011/12/16/baked-spinach-dip-in-mini-bread-bowls/

  12. 112
    Lauren says:

    I made these tonight…they were SO good!! Mine weren’t quite as handsome but the bubbling over dip and cheese made it even more delicious! YUM!

  13. 113
    Madeleine says:

    i made an adapted version of these – OH MY GOD AMAZING!! thank you for sharing your amazing recipes with everyone!
    http://whatabigtodo.blogspot.com/2011/12/recipe-individual-baked-spinach-dip.html

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    Judi says:

    Made these for a Christmas party and everyone loved and asked for the recipe!

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  19. 119
    Marsha says:

    Hey there,

    These look great! One question, did you use mini muffin tins or the standard size.

    I’m making these tomorrow for NYE!

    Thanks!

    Marsha

  20. 120
    Marsha says:

    Thanks for getting back to me so quickly!

    Happy New Year!

    Marsha

  21. 121
    Linda says:

    Do you think these could be made a head of time and freezed — and then warmed up before serving? They look yummy! Also, since I live in Europe I can’t get this frozen bread dough — wondering if I could try with croissant dough (the kind that Pillsbury makes in a can from the fridge section). Hmmm….

  22. 122
    Soni says:

    Great recipe!Easy to follow directions and great pics!!Thanks for sharing :)

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    Peggy says:

    I made this yesterday for some friends of mine. It was so good! All my friends loved it and I shared the recipe with about 5 people. My daughter thinks this is the best thing she ever ate. Thanks so much for this recipe!

  26. 126

    Can’t wait to try these for my cell group family!!!
    Thanks Paula!

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    Rachel says:

    I made these today and they were amazing. A couple of notes: I am not sure if the two cups of spinach is before or after cooking (I assume before), but I used about four fresh cups. It was too creamy for my taste with only two cups. I also added a bit more Parmesan, omitted the salt and garlic salt (too much salt/sodium!) and subbed cayenne for ancho powder, as I couldn’t find it in the store. Yum! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!

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    Susan says:

    Just made these for a party last night and they were a HUGE hit! Thanks for sharing. I couldn’t find the “Simply” kind of french bread, so had to settle for the regular. But still great! This will be a repeater for sure!

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    Cyndee says:

    Could I make these the night before and keep them in the fridge until I cook them as an appetizer the next day? Also, thoughts on using a mini muffin pan?

  32. 132
    Ellen says:

    Can these be baked, frozen, and then reheated in the oven at all?

  33. 133
    Jen says:

    Thinking of making these for an Easter appetizer for this weekend, but I have a question – would it be possible (or has anyone already done this?) to make them ahead of time & then warm them up?? And if so, should I just heat them in the microwave for a few seconds? Any thoughts/suggestions would be helpful!! Thanks :)

  34. 134
    Theresa says:

    Just made these, they are delicious!

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    Mel says:

    I had these at Easter…they are awesome! The only problem is trying not to eat all of them. ;-)

  37. 137
    Beth says:

    Can I make these the day before for a party?

  38. 138
    Liz says:

    Making them tomorrow. They look awesome! I am a little confused by the end of the instructions where it says to let cool 3-5 minutes before removing them from oven?

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    Amy says:

    I love your detailed pictures! It certainly helps those of us that are “challenged” in the kitchen. Thanks and I can’t wait to make these.

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    Jo and Sue says:

    Love love love this recipe! Have made it a few times already. My sister and I blogged about on our site if you want to have a peek. Thanks for sharing :)
    http://joandsue.blogspot.ca/2012/05/spinach-dip-in-mini-bread-bowls.html

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    Eleyn says:

    These look so easy to make I might just have to run to the store to get the ingredients. Yum! :D

  47. 147
    Catherine says:

    I can’t eat gluten, but this mini bread bowl is great for so many fillers!!! I doing this for my brother and SIL baby shower!! Oh yes, I love it! Thank you.

  48. 148
    Amanda says:

    Made these tonight for a going away wine party/picnic….YUM! The filling is delicious all on its own!

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    Tricia says:

    These look great. Can you make any part of it up ahead of time then cook it before a party?

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    Erin says:

    Has anybody tried to make these in a mini muffin tin? If so, can you share any changes required for recipe, times etc. Thanks!

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