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Artichoke Dip

October 12, 2009

Monday night football.  I’m not going to lie, I care more about the food than the football.  I’ve never been a huge sports fan, but I do enjoy watching a good game every now and then (especially when good food is involved).  I decided to make artichoke dip for this week’s theme.  The recipe I have is from The Healthy College Cookbook.  I highly recommend this cookbook to our readers.  It’s filled with quick, cheap, and most importantly EASY recipes perfect for college students.  It’s a great first cookbook for all the new cooks out there.

disclaimer:  being a broke college student, I currently don’t have a functioning camera.  I tried to make this work using my computer’s camera, so I apologize for reducing this blog to less than desirable quality photos.

On to the recipe!

Artichoke Dip


1 (15 oz) can artichoke hearts in water, drained

1/4 cup low-fat mayonnaise

1/4 cup nonfat plain yogurt

1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese

1/4 teaspoon black pepper

crackers or sliced baguette (I used wheat thins, but I have previously used a baguette that I toasted in the oven.  Chips would be delicious too!)

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First, gather your ingredients and preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

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Coarsely chop the artichoke hearts.  Combine with the mayonnaise, yogurt, parmesan, and pepper.  Mix thoroughly.  Spread evenly in a small casserole dish or loaf pan (I used a loaf pan), and bake for 20 minutes/until lightly browned.

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Serve with crackers, bread, chips, veggies, or whatever your heart desires.

I had some leftovers and saved it in the fridge, but it tastes better freshly baked.  I hope you enjoy this healthier version of artichoke dip while watching the big game.

Peace, love, and football,


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