Spinach Dip with Homemade Rosemary & Garlic Chips

spinach dip and rosemary & garlic chips

I’m sure you’re all familiar with those go-to dishes, you know the ones – those quick and easy foods that are super yummy and is constantly asked for again and again and again! Well, here is our family favourite which we always whip out when guests come around, as well as simply craving the family favourite whenever we see the ingredients tempting us from the pantry!

And as for the those crispy nourish chips! We had some wraps lying around in the kitchen, and I thought it was prime time to try out the perfect flavour combination that is Rosemary & Garlic and attempt some home-made goodness – and let me tell you my friends! Pure pure chippy goodness! They were almost all gone after just coming out of the oven!

The wonderful creaminess from the mayonnaise, with the subtle kick from the chili that perfectly matches with the essential garlic and the delicate flavour from the water chestnuts. As well as the Rosemary & Garlic Chips with the Spinach Dip is just a match made in heaven let me tell you!
So here is our go-to appetizer, which is so simple to make and super super addictive!

The recipe makes quite a bit of dip, but it will be gone in no time guarantee!


Rosemary & Garlic Chips:

6 wraps (you can use any tip really – pita, white wraps – up to you!)
1/2 cup olive oil
2 teaspoons mince garlic (or 2 garlic cloves)
4 sprigs rosemary

1. Preheat the oven to 200C. Cut up the wraps into even wedges (to ensure even cooking time)cut up wrap2. Place on a lined baking tray and brush with garlic olive oil then sprinkle on rosemaryRosemary and wrapsgarlic and rosemary chipsgarlic and rosemary chips3. Bake in the oven for around 5 minutes or until golden brownrosemary & garlic chips
Spinach Dip:

1 box frozen spinach
300ml good quality mayonnaise (it really makes the difference!)
300ml/equal quanity of sour cream (you can use light sour cream if you would like!)
230g water chestnuts (crushed water chestnuts if you can find them)
3 heaped teaspoons mince garlic (or 3 garlic cloves)
1-2 teaspoons chili paste (depending on how much heat you like) or you could even use Tobasco Sauce
Salt and Pepper

1. Thaw and squeeze the moisture from the frozen spinach
2. If you couldn’t find crushed water chestnuts – do not worry! Simply dice and crush the water chest nuts, you may find using a blender/bar mix will work just as well!IMG_0727
3. Combine the mayonnaise, sour cream, spinach, water chestnuts, chili, garlic and stir to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste and all done! spinach dip
So quick! And super addictive!
The great thing about this dip is you can easily customize the dip to how much of each ingredient you like!spinach dip and rosemary & garlic chipsEnjoy this wonderful party starter and crowd pleaser!

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Thanks for stopping by and have a simply sublime rest of the week!



31 thoughts on “Spinach Dip with Homemade Rosemary & Garlic Chips

  1. I love spinach dip, it’s such a homey yet absolutely mouthwatering combination, when I do my next get together, must try this, have to say never tried it with water chestnuts……seems like a perfect match!

  2. I have always just bought spinach dip at the store, this sounds way better and looks better. The pita chips look good too! I will definitely be trying this dip though!! I just pinned it 🙂

    • thank-you Suzie!! 😀
      it never lasts long here 😛 and i was surprised how well the chips turned out – very light and easy to keep going back for more 😛
      let me know how it goes! 🙂

    • thank-you very much 🙂
      please do – and let me know how it goes!
      the rosemary chips go hand in hand with the dip!

    • what a perfect event for the dip!! 🙂
      and thank-you very much!
      let me know how it goes! and have a great party – hope it goes all well 🙂

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