How to Make Cheesy Spinach Artichoke Dip using Printable Kraft Coupons

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This spinach dip recipe will be the best one you’ve ever tasted. It’ll also be the cheapest one you’ll ever make if you buy the ingredients this week using the Kraft manufacturer coupons available for this recipe ingredients. 

Spinach dip is a one pot dish that is ready within minutes.


I allow my cheeses to come to room temperature before starting this dish. Once they are softened, I combined 1/2 cup of mozzarella and all other cheeses in a bowl with the sauce.

Once the cheeses are combined, I add the remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly.

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I add the mixture to a lightly greased casserole dish or Ramekins, sprinkle with remaining mozzarella and bake at 400 degrees for 20-30 minutes.

I love how gooey this dip is. 

We love to enjoy it with nacho chips, but it’s also delicious with crunchy baguettes.

I make Artichoke Spinach dip once a week, so having the money saving Kraft coupons was a bonus. 

The Kraft coupons available are not limited to just the ingredients for this recipe, in fact, there are twenty Kraft coupons including ones for school lunch items for the kids. 

Now’s the time to print the coupons you want because they will run out prints before you know it.

All of the items I used to make this recipe can be easily spotted at Walmart, and the coupons can be used there as well. 

2 Comments

  1. Jenna the ramekins were by design. If I'd have used a casserole dish, I probably would have eaten the whole thing in one sitting. The ramekins helped reinforce my stopping point. šŸ™‚

  2. This looks delicious with that extra Kraft shredded cheese on top! I love that you made them in individual ramekins too! #Client

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