Wondering what to serve with spinach artichoke dip? I have the best dippers right here!
Spinach artichoke dip is a classic everyone is sure to devour. Creamy, cheesy, and rich, it’s the ultimate party pleaser.
But like all dips, you need something to serve with it.
Veggies are great for health-conscious eaters. Yet, it’s so good with warm naan.
There are too many great options, making it hard to choose. So why not have a smorgasbord of yummy sides?
From crudites to chicken wings, these scrumptious ideas will make your dip the star of the party.
There are boxed store-bought pita chips. Then there are these freshly made goodies.
Everything tastes better when it’s homemade. Even pita chips.
If you’ve never made chips before, fear not. These couldn’t get any easier.
You cut pita bread into triangles, coat it with olive oil, toss it with spices, and bake.
Garlic powder, basil, salt, and pepper add a hint of flavor, but not too much.
I also like other spices like paprika, cumin, onion powder, and even curry powder.
It’s all about your personal preference as well as your crowd.
If you want to make everything from scratch, go with homemade naan.
Nothing is more heavenly than warm, soft, pillowy naan hot off the stove.
Pair it with spinach artichoke dip and your guests won’t talk about anything else.
It does take some time to prepare, so I like to double up on the batch.
That way I can freeze extra and eat it later with curries, stews, and other party dips too.
Homemade bread bowls are two-fold. They work as serving vessels and as dippers.
You bake the bread, hollow out the center, and stuff it full of dip.
Then use the part you tore out and the bowl for dipping.
It creates a stunning feast for the eyes and taste buds alike. Also, it doesn’t hurt that it cuts down on dishes.
For a gluten-free option, try baked sweet potatoes.
They’re healthier than regular chips. And the sweet salty flavor cuts through the richness of the dip.
Be careful not to over-saturate them with oil. Otherwise, they won’t crisp well.
Also, use a mandolin. It helps to slice each chip the same size.
That way, you won’t wind up with some underdone and some overdone.
Who doesn’t love fries?
Crispy, tender, and perfectly spiced, these copycat Wingstop fries do them right.
The secret is a sprinkle of good old Lawry’s seasoned salt.
The spices in this blend add the best flavor to everyone’s favorite spuds.
Speaking of spuds, it’s all about russet potatoes. They’re the top variety when it comes to making fries.
Serve these with spinach artichoke dip and nobody will be talking. They’ll be too busy snacking!
Spinach artichoke may be the most popular party dip.
But buffalo chicken wings reign supreme when it comes to appetizers.
From game days to holidays, they make an appearance at every occasion.
So why not give the people what they want and pair the two together?
Just think about it. Juicy, spicy, finger-licking good buffalo wings dipped in cream hot spinach artichoke dip.
I know my mouth is watering!
The dip is a great replacement for blue cheese sauce or ranch dressing.
Plus, you get the two best American appetizers together. It’s a win-win.
I always serve spinach artichoke dip with some sort of veggie component.
It presents a nice contrast to the richness of the dip. It also makes you feel a touch less guilty about gorging yourself on it.
But carrot sticks and celery just aren’t as savory as chicken wings or fries.
But wait until you try this crudite platter. It’s an eye-popping centerpiece!
The vibrant colorful array of veggies is sure to catch everyone’s eye.
Pair it with the dip and it will captivate their tastebuds, too.
If there’s one thing I know, it’s carbs. And these soft pretzel bites are a surefire hit.
Dunk these bread tidbits into a hot gooey spinach dip for the ultimate pairing.
You get salty, savory, creamy, and cheesy in every scrumptious bite.
Served hot out of the oven, they’re so much better than store-bought pretzel sticks.
They also yield five dozen, so there are plenty to go around.
Think chicken nuggets are just for kids? Pair these with spinach artichoke dip and watch them disappear.
This food combo is like kryptonite for adults. I swear!
The tender and succulent chicken nuggets have a toothsome panko breadcrumb coating.
The extra texture presents a nice contrast to the decadent dip.
And they only take 35 minutes.
When in doubt, go with the reliable potato chip.
Potato chips are unfailing. Their salty crunch with the creamy dip is perfect.
You get a range of textures and flavors in every bite.
For a classic chip, fry the potato slices in oil. Use something with a high smoke point like vegetable oil or peanut oil.
You can also bake or air fry them for a healthier take.
Tortilla chips are a foolproof accompaniment.
Sure, you could buy them at a store and call it a day. But it’s hard to find restaurant-quality tortilla chips sold in a bag.
Instead, make your own at home.
Baked, fried, or air fried, they’re great any way you make them.
Just be sure to use corn tortillas. Flour tortillas won’t turn out the same.
12. Zucchini Fries
Zucchini fries are perfect for a summer party. They’re super juicy on the inside and crunchy on the outside.
The key to achieving the ideal texture is patting the zucchini dry. You need to remove all the excess moisture to avoid sad soggy fries.
These are so scrumptious, you don’t even need a dip.
Although, nobody can resist the urge to dunk these in spinach artichoke dip.
Recently, I’ve been all about serving Alabama fire crackers with my spinach artichoke dip.
The two taste marvelous together.
Plus, my friends keep asking for it. But I don’t mind one bit.
They’re hardy enough to hold up to a big scoop. While the seasoning is incredibly complementary.
Buttery, garlicky, and spicy, they pack a kick of flavor.
So forget about those flavorless saltines and kick things up a notch.
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