Growing up, I always had a strong love for veggies, which is totally weird and bizarre for a kid right?
Every day that I would come home from school, my mom would always have her ‘famous’ spinach dip made and ready for me to eat as soon as I walked in the front door.
The older I got, the lazier I got, and so I would always, always just go to the local grocery store and purchase TGIF Fridays “spinach and artichoke” dip, but nothing will ever compare to my moms homemade spinach dip.
So, about a few weeks back when I traveled back home, I was over the moon excited when my mom told me that she would make her famous spinach dip for me.
So below, i’ve decided to list it for you guys, the recipe and so fourth on how to make this delicate, favorite dip of mine.
+ 1 package of frozen spinach
+ 1 container ( 16 oz. ) of sour cream
+ 1 cup of Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise
+ 1 package Knorr Vegetable recipe mix
+ 3 green onions, chopped
+ 1 pumpernickel bread
1. Combine all ingredients and chill for about 2 hours.
2. Cut out the center of the pumpernickel bread, and cut up the center bread into slices around the bowl.
3. Pour the dip in the center of the pumpernickel bread.
4. Then, serve.