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What to Serve with Spinach Dip (10 Sides)

I often get asked what to serve with spinach dip.

And while tortilla chips are the most common, it pair really well with fries, soft pretzels, and more.

Chip Dipped on a Cheesy Spinach Dip on a White Bowl
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What’s Good with Spinach Dip?

Spinach dip is the ultimate creamy-salty-hot-cheesy party dip. It’s beloved by everyone and is a must-make during the holidays.

But many people still wonder what to serve with spinach dip.

Luckily, there are no wrong answers. So rest assured, it’ll pair well with everything from popcorn shrimp to little smokies.

That said, here are a few tried and true dippers I always turn to.

1. Tortilla Chips 

You’d be hard-pressed to find anything crunchy tortilla chips don’t go with!

So if you need something quick, easy, and guaranteed to please, chips are the way to go.

Feel free to buy them in a big bag. Or maybe take a bit of time to make them yourself. You won’t believe how easy it is!

They’re a little healthier than storebought (because they aren’t deep fried), and you can easily make a big batch for a party.

Spicy Homeamde Alabama Firecrackers

2. Crackers

Crackers are another must-have dipper for all kinds of hot and cold dips.

But while you can just grab a box of Ritz at the store, these Alabama Fire Crackers are my go-to.

They’re crunchy, spicy, and to die for. And that added heat will take your spinach dip to new heights!

3. Pita Chips

Pita is soft yet firm and will work really well as a dipper for your spinach dip.

But since the dip is gooey and soft, I think it’s best served with something crunchy.

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So, slice the pita into wedges and pop those bad boys in the oven!

Season them with whatever you like, and make sure to serve plenty – you’ll need it. 

4. Crudités Platter

This simple crudités platter is a real crowd-pleaser. 

It pairs colorful veggies on a serving plate – like a vegetarian charcuterie board – and will hold up well all night long.

When selecting veggies, find colors that complement each other, like red peppers, green cucumbers, and vibrant red and white radishes. 

5. French bread

Spinach dip and French bread are a match made in heaven. That delightfully chewy crust with tender insides demands dunking. 

And nothing holds a candle to homemade French bread. It’s easier to whip together than you think, and it’s so insanely tasty. 

Bonus points: it makes your home smell like a French bakery!

Soft Pretzel Bites

6. Pretzel Bites

Making pretzels at home is also easier than you think. And that salty-chewy finish is so yummy with spinach dip.

Of course, real pretzels need a bit of time to perfect.

Yes, you need yeast. Yes, they need a baking soda bath. And yes, they need to proof.

But after one bite, you’ll see it’s more than worth it!

Lobster Rangoon Served on a Plate With Dipping Sauce on Side

7. Lobster Rangoon

Want something a little more substantial to go with your dip?

Lobster Rangoon is a terrific appetizer on its own, but it’s excellent as a dipper.

It’s crunchy, meaty, and loaded with flavor. And that filling of cream cheese, onion, garlic, and lobster meat pairs flawlessly with cheesy spinach dip.

Not a lobster lover? Try regular cream cheese wontons instead.

8. Focaccia Bread

Foccacia bread has a chewy, open texture similar to really good pizza dough.

It’s dense and chewy, with plenty of air bubbles to capture all that delicious dip. And it’s crazy easy to make.

Plus, you can top it with all kinds of yummy extras, like sea salt, rosemary, tomatoes, and onions.

Waffle fries on a plate with ketchup

9. Waffle Fries

Everyone loves french fries, and they’re excellent dippers.

But spinach dip calls for something with more substance! Enter these waffle fries!

They’re crispy on the outside with fluffy potato middles. And they’ll hold a mouthful of dip without breaking.

Feel free to grab a bag from the frozen aisle. Or make them at home with a mandoline.

10. Bagel Chips

These homemade bagel chips are a great way to fill your party tray. They offer an intense crunch and are easy to whip together in a flash. 

Grab some premade bagels and slice them nice and thin. Then bake until crispy.

I like Everything bagels (with extra Everything Bagel seasoning). But this will work with any bagel, including easy 2-ingredient bagels with Greek yogurt!

What to Serve with Spinach Dip (10 Sides)

I often get asked what to serve with spinach dip. And while tortilla chips are the most common, it pairs really well with fries, soft pretzels, and more.


  • Tortilla Chips

  • Crackers

  • Pita Chips

  • Crudités Platter

  • French bread

  • Pretzel Bites

  • Lobster Rangoon

  • Focaccia Bread

  • Waffle Fries

  • Bagel Chips


  • Select your favorite dipper.
  • Make a big batch of spinach dip.
  • Enjoy!
What to Serve with Spinach Dip

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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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