The Best Spinach Dip Ever

spinach dip

spinach dip


Do you need to bring something to share to a party?  Do you want to serve your guests some h’ordeuvres before the main meal?  My spinach dip gets rave reviews and it’s requested at every party we attend. 

There’s no cooking involved; just a little thawing.  You get to decide how much flavoring you want.  I like a little extra Worcestershire sauce and onion.  You might like extra season salt.  

I like to serve my spinach dip in a loaf of mountain bread, but you can serve yours however you’d like.  It looks great in a bowl as well.   I prefer Fritos as my dip chip, because they hold up well under the weight of the spinach dip.  But, again, you get to choose your dipping medium.  

I hope you enjoy my spinach dip as much as my family and friends do.  


spinach dip


The Best Spinach Dip Ever
Serves 10
An easy homemade spinach dip
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Prep Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
  1. 16 oz softened cream cheese
  2. 16 oz sour cream
  3. 2-10 oz thawed & well-drained packages of frozen chopped spinach
  4. 3 TBS dried onions (more or less to taste)
  5. 1 TBS Worcestershire sauce (more or less to taste)
  6. 1 TBS season salt (more or less to taste)
  7. 2 packages of Fritos Scoops
  8. 1 round loaf of mountain bread, pumpernickel, etc.
  1. Thaw and drain the 2-10 oz packages of frozen chopped spinach.
  2. Squeeze out as much of the water as possible.
  3. Add to the 16 oz of softened cream cheese and 16 oz of sour cream.
  4. Mix thoroughly with an electric mixer.
  5. Mix in the dried onions, Worcestershire sauce, and season salt, to taste.
  6. Cover and refrigerate. This is best when made about 24 hours in advance.
  7. Can be served in a bowl or in a hollowed out loaf of bread.
  8. I prefer to serve with Fritos Scoops for a strong chip to hold the dip.
  9. Recipe can be doubled or tripled for larger parties.
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About Sandy Sandmeyer

Lover of Jesus, Scott, my family, sea glass, eyeshadow, pretty toes, the stars & autumn. Theology school student. Doctor of Sacred Studies.

22 thoughts on “The Best Spinach Dip Ever

  1. Oh wow, this looks fantastic. I have to save this to make for my next party. I am always looking for crowd-wowwing recipes. Thank you for linking up with us at Sunday’s Best Link-Up. We hope to see you again next week.

  2. Stopping by from Sunday’s Best linkup. Spinach Dip is one of my weaknesses. This is a little different from my recipe, so I must try it. Pinning to my Appetizer Board for future use. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Sandy, I love spinach dip! The last time I made it, it came out a little stringy. I did stir by hand and not with an electric mixer, so maybe that made the difference. If you have a tip, let me know. Thank you for linking at Snickerdoodle! Can’t wait to see you next week!

    1. Elizabeth, it may have been that it was too wet when you made it. Mine is very thick and needs something strong to pick it up. I didn’t use a mixer the last time I made it because all of my ingredients were soft enough to hand mix. Good luck on your next batch!

  4. Worcestershire! I never thought of it, but that would make this delicious! And I am a northern California girl so I only make this in sourdough bread, but the pumpernickel sounds good too.

    Thanks for sharing on Tasty Tuesdays! Hope you will join us again next week.

  5. This looks great! I love spinach dip. Interesting addition of Worcestershire sauce. This is gong on my “To Try” list.

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