1/2-3/4 cup shredded Gruyere or Swiss cheese, 1 (9-inch) store-bought or homemade pie crust. You’ve got your creamy, your chunky, your savory, your umami combination of spinach, artichoke, and Parmesan. To me not bad and quick. LOL. Many cities have more than one Costco, and I think the Chattanooga area warrants another one, preferably — and I know this sounds self-serving — in the Hixson area. Nobody could believe it when I told them it was this dip, just doctored up a bit and topped with some more grated parmesan. Good lunch! I really found both to be remarkable products that tasted so much like a traditional fast-food burger, it was hard to believe I was eating something that had a bit more healthful properties to it than a burger made with 100% beef. Let rest for 15 minutes before serving. Whisk eggs in a large bowl until smooth. Thanks. I’m sad to say that I think the recipe for this brand of Spinach Artichoke Parmesan dip has been changed. According to the label, the key ingredients listed are: Parmesan Cheese, Mayonnaise, Water, Artichoke Hearts, Garlic, Dehydrated Spinach, Salt, and a few chemicals I can’t pronounce and don’t wanna’ know about. All rights reserved. Dark chocolate croissant. Keep in mind, though, that both "burgers" have about the same number of fat and calories as their traditional counterparts and far more grams of carbs. Come on now, let’s keep things ZIPPY’s FRESH! Makes 4 servings. Spinach Artichoke Parmesan Spaghetti. Sometimes more per pound than Ahi! I should do a blog post on “Changing Ingredients”. This is a dip I can get behind. Family cookbooks are an important way to preserve our mealtime traditions for future generations with individual printed recipes or your own professionally printed cookbook. tub. Even the store’s Kirkland brand tend to make good food items. Big Shaka to: Ooey-gooey, Parmesan-Cheesy delicious. Peel-away Quiche recipe included on packaging. Make date night any night with this Quick & Easy appetizer. still call it “Spinach & Artichoke PARMESAN” Dip, when Parm’ is now the 7th ingredient listed? A friend suggested getting them with cheese which, he felt, would give it better taste and texture. Notice the new recipe also has sour cream in it, where that wasn’t mentioned in the ingredients in the tub I reviewed. Set aside. Love your descriptions and photographs. And for all of you who don't have a Costco membership, no problem. I might add because it’s Parmesan, this dip is on the salty side, so obviously use a cracker or other vessel that isn’t that salty. This dip is very good. It is the BEST vanilla ice cream out there (trust me, I am a one-of-a-kind picky eater). As a hana hou (encore) entry to the last write-up on a Costco item, this time we have Stonemill® Kitchens Spinach & Artichoke Parmesan Dip. I recently bought it from Costco and, along with new packaging, the taste was completely different. Not sure if they still have it, but I also never cared for that Spinach Dip and Seafood Dip Costco carried under the same brand (forget the name; was it Kirkland?). I love cheese very much since a child. Honestly, they tasted much the same, though I'll give Hardee's Thickburger a slight edge due to a tad better charbroiled flavor. It only takes seconds in the microwave to melt it down to an ooey-gooey spreadable consistency…. – sooo ono! I wish I had some of that dip right now!!! It’s been a keeper recipe ever since. Used to be a favorite on toasted bagels, but not any more. I rarely dine at fast-food restaurants in an all-out effort to better my diet, but after hearing so many positive, and a few negative, reviews, I took a spin through both fast-food drive-throughs in Soddy-Daisy and placed my orders. tub for about $5.50. And one more thing: If you have a few minutes to spare, make your own pastry crust. Is Costco the only store that sells it? Sneaky buggers. Fill a piping bag or use 2 spoons to stuff the cannelloni with the spinach and cheese mixture.