Artichoke Dip Recipes to Perk Up Your Party Spread

Italian Sausage and Artichoke Dip with toasted bread sticks
Photo: Blaine Moats

It's not a party unless there's at least one dip recipe to share and these artichoke dips top our must-make recipe list. With ideas for both hot artichoke dip and cold artichoke dip recipes, there is inspiration for every occasion. Try an artichoke dip with sausage or chorizo in the mix or stick to the classic pairing of spinach with your artichoke dip recipe, they're all delicious.

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Cheesy Skillet Artichoke Dip

Cheesy Skillet Artichoke Dip
Andy Lyons

This mouthwatering artichoke dip recipe comes with the delicious bonus of dinner rolls for dipping baked right on top of the skillet dip. Don't worry, there's no need for stirring together bread dough and kneading, the recipe calls for purchased frozen dinner rolls to shortcut the prep work.

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Asiago-Artichoke Dip

Asiago-Artichoke Dip
Karla Conrad

Watch your guests' eyes widen when they see this hot artichoke dip recipe on the appetizer table. The creamy combo of sour cream, mayo, and cheese paired with prosciutto (or bacon, if you prefer) and a can of artichoke hearts will entice them all.

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Spinach-Artichoke Dip with Blue Cheese and Bacon

Spinach-Artichoke Dip with Blue Cheese and Bacon
Blaine Moats

An artichoke dip with cream cheese, like this one, always turns out extra luscious and creamy. Here, mayo, blue cheese, and bacon also increase the decadence. Of course there's ample spinach, red bell pepper, and artichokes to help balance the richness.

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Spicy Roasted Red Pepper Artichoke Dip

Spicy Roasted Red Pepper Artichoke Dip
Blaine Moats

The spice referenced in this recipe name comes from a tablespoon of harissa paste. Its fiery, smoky flavor is tamed by sour cream and mayo in this hot artichoke dip. A half-cup of roasted red peppers adds another distinct flavor dimension to the dip.

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Lemon-Dill Artichoke Dip

Lemon-Dill Artichoke Dip
Carson Downing

If you prefer creamy dips that offer bright flavor contrast, this skillet dip is a must-try. A quarter cup of fresh dill and tablespoon of lemon zest really perk up the dip's flavor profile so it stands out from other artichoke dip recipes.

Buy It: LeCreuset 9¾-Inch Skillet ($145, Williams Sonoma)

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Brown Butter Cauliflower Artichoke Dip

Brown Butter Cauliflower Artichoke Dip with sliced vegetables
Blaine Moats

Cook cauliflower in brown butter for just a few minutes and you'll add rich, caramelized veggie flavor to your artichoke dip mixture. Set aside some of the cooked cauliflower to serve as a garnish that hints at the flavor profile guests will taste when they scoop out a bite.

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