Artichoke Dip

It’s been forever since I’ve posted a recipe, so I thought I’d come back with a really easy one. This is a great artichoke dip to take to a pot luck, or you can serve it along with cheese and crackers as part of an appetizer spread. I sometimes even eat a half-serving with Triscuits as a small lunch.

Take one can of artichoke heart pieces (not marinated). Drain and rinse. Chop them in a food processor or mini-chopper. (You can chop them all into tiny bits, or you can leave a few larger pieces for variety.)

Combine with one cup shredded Parmesan cheese and enough mayonnaise just to moisten and hold it all together. (The person who taught me this said 2/3 cup, but I use less to cut the fat.) Sprinkle with garlic powder and salt to taste. Stir it all together, then microwave until it’s warm and the cheese is melty. (2-3 minutes, usually.)

Really simple and tasty. Get a hearty cracker or toasted bread slices to hold up to it.

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