became vegan I decided to figure out how to make some of my favorite dishes. One of them being artichoke dip. I honestly did not have high hopes on how a dairy free dip like this would turn out, but I must say, I was pleasantly surprised. This version uses the vegan swaps for real dairy and everything about it works!
I love warm creamy dishes, they’re sort of my go to comfort food for the holidays. This dip is always a hit wherever I bring it. Just the past holiday I had it set out with some gluten free crackers and veggies to dip in and NO ONE knew the difference between my artichoke dip from the other. My dish also got eaten completely, as opposed to the half eaten dairy free version. So needless to say, I’m pretty proud and confident about this!
Artichoke dip this way boast some nutritional value from the greens and artichoke and it has no cholesterol. I used a vegan cream cheese thinking it would help with taste and consistency, but you can also always just use another can of white bean and a little extra nutritional yeast and Lemon. I know traditionally spinach is used in an artichoke dip and I tooo it upon myself to add some kale just for fun! Why not, right? I hope you enjoy this as much as I do and let me know what you think and how it came it when you make it. Tag me in your photos on social media too, I always love hearing from you. @thesuperfoodgoddess
The Superfood Goddess
-2 Cloves Garlic (minced)
-1/2 of a large onion
-Spray coconut or Avocado Oil for sautéing the onions, garlic, and greens)
-1 Cup kale de-stemmed and chopped)
-1 Cup Spinach chopped
-1 (14 ounce can) of Artichokes in water. (Quarter and chopped to smaller bite size pieces)
-1 8oz tub of vegan cream cheese
-1 can of White Beans
-1 Tablespoon Italian or Basil seasoning
-1/2 Tablespoon Pink Himalayan Salt
-1/4 Cup Nutritional Yeast
-Daiya Mozzarella cheese
-1/4 Cup Vegan Parmesan Cheese
-PreHeat oven to 350.
-In a small pan, On medium heat, sauté the onions until translucent, about 5 minutes and then add the garlic and stir for another 3 minutes.
-In a separate pan from the onions and garlic, Add Kale and cook for 5-7 minutes for the greens to get tender and then add the chopped Spinach. The Spinach will only need about 2-3 minutes to cool down.
-In a food processor, add cream cheese, white beans, salt, Italian seasoning, garlic, and onions. Pulse and blend up to a minute to get everything broken down and mostly creamy.
-Transfer the. Ready mix to a mixing bowl and then add the chopped artichoke sand sautéed greens. Mix everything together well and place in a 9×9 or 8×9 dish and bake for 15 minutes with foil on top.
-Take dish out, be careful it will all be very hot. Top it with the Parmesan and broil for 3 more minutes.
-Serve with veggies such as cucumbers and carrots and / or gluten free crackers or chips.