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  • [...] chips or pretzels and sprinkle it with flavorful seasonings or dip it into hummus or this tangy artichoke dip recipe to make healthy [...]

    April 02, 2013
  • [...] Healthy Artichoke Dip [...]

    January 29, 2013
  • [...] are using canned or prepackaged artichoke that you wash them before using them in your recipe.  My Man’s Belly has a great recipe for an easy artichoke dip, which resembles a humus rather than a creamy spinach [...]

    March 01, 2012
  • Nice post, I am currently writing an article on this topic. If you do not have an objection I might borrow a snippet. In case I do I will note your blog and add a link.

    May 18, 2011
  • Becky Hunt

    Thanks for stopping by. I love to cook, too, and this is something I will make. I have enjoyed the stories that I have read. I could spend a lot of time here.

    January 29, 2011
  • [...] Healthy and Easy Artichoke Dip Recipe [...]

    January 26, 2011
  • Thanks for sharing – this looks like something I have GOT to try.

    January 18, 2011
  • Great idea! Can’t wait to try this one.

    January 09, 2011
  • OMG! Olive the sound of this so much, am getting ‘choked up just thinking about it! Olive your photo too.

    January 08, 2011
  • This dip looks sooooooooo good and healthy. I would never have thought to combine artichokes and beans. Great job! I’ll have to try this recipe out.

    January 07, 2011
  • Artichoke dip is one that I can never resist, so I love seeing this healthier version. I’d love this as a spread for a sandwich too. Obviously, I need to make this soon!

    January 06, 2011
    • Lisa, this makes a perfect sandwich spread! You could even use it as a bruschetta topping.

      January 07, 2011
  • Christmas cookie detox is well underway at our house; sure do miss those treats, but my jeans are happy they are gone.
    Love that this dip gets some warmth from the beans…it’s not cheese, but offers a flavorful substitute when you are trying to stay light.

    January 06, 2011
  • Kerry

    This looks awesome! I love artichokes and get annoyed that all the dips are so unhealthy, so I’m excited to try this one! I’m not a big olive fan, so I might try adding some spinach, or just the recipe sans olives! Thanks so much!

    January 06, 2011
    • Hi Kerry – I’m not a big olive fan either, but I recently found out that if I puree the crap out of them they’re not so “olivey” and I can still get that briny flavor. You may want to try substituting a teaspoon of capers for the olives. That way you’ll still get that briny kick that blends so well with the lemon and garlic. Throwing in the spinach would definitely up the healthy in this too.

      January 07, 2011
  • Perfect – these kinds of dips are just perfect not only this time of year, but always, always because yes, great mouthfeel & texture, rich without the added calories of sour cream or cream cheese. And beautiful too – perfect!

    January 05, 2011
    • Thanks! Yes, this one can be made all year long. It feels good eating something that tastes so bright this time of year though.

      January 05, 2011
  • I am taking a break, too, but from fermented and distilled beverages. So far, so good. But that’s not the reason to justify eating bonbons and Godiva chocolates I received from my middle daughter, as I was doing these last three days.
    Tomorrow is Serbian orthodox Christmas Eve, and even though we do not follow the religiousness, we follow the tradition and rituals. Tomorrow is a no dairy, no egg, no meat day – only seafood is allowed.
    I do not want to make a fussy meal, and your dip just filled the empty appetizer slot!
    Nobody needs extra calories (and I will not tell Husband nor oldest daughter that this is low-fat dish) and I can indulge and feel superior knowing I fooled everyone!
    Looking forward to seeing you on 22nd!

    January 05, 2011
    • Looking forward to finally meeting you. I’m happy to hear you’re going to make the dip…I think you and your family are really going to like this.

      January 05, 2011
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    January 05, 2011
  • looks and sounds delicious, I love artichokes, the combo with the beans sounds great, and YUM! Kalamata olives, with I could reach out and taste it now!

    January 05, 2011
    • C’mon over….I’ll share what’s left.

      January 05, 2011

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