This Houston’s spinach-artichoke dip copycat recipe is out of this world delicious and as good or better than the restaurant version.
I love this Houston’s spinach-artichoke dip copycat recipe. Zane and I have always loved Houston’s and ate there often during our early marriage. We would almost always get this dip and the famous Danish baby back ribs.
My friend Sally shared this recipe in a Briarwood Christian School cookbook years ago, and it has been a go-to appetizer for many parties and small groups.
As seen in the photo, Houston’s serves the dip with tortilla chips and small bowls of salsa and sour cream. I serve this with tortillas or Fritos scoops.
Make ahead: This recipe calls for refrigerating the dip for at least two hours before cooking. It is perfect if made a day ahead and cooked just before serving.
Microwave or bake: The recipe calls for microwaving. I’ve done microwaving and baking and both are great. Baking yields a firmer texture with cheese that sometimes browns a bit. Microwaving results is a smooth, completely creamy dip (more like Houston’s).
If you have an upcoming party or tailgate, give this dip a try. I’d love to hear how it turns out! As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!